Importing Loops option

Hi there Loopy Support,

I was writing because I've seen videos, tutorials and read the forum. But there are just vague answers when it comes to the inporting loops feature. I could easily be using another loop piece of software but I spent the money on Loopy because from what I saw it looked amazing, especially for the BlueTooth controller options. That said, when I watched other videos, it looks like there were 2 or 3 other area's connected to the file browser or from the "Import Loops section" It baffles me that there is no option to actually just import using Ipad's built in file browser. I mean, that is as simple as opening a path and access to the file browser.

That would make the people who have bought this app, so much happier because it will ease access to importing loops. If this option is available already, can someone please explain the best way to do this. I am aware of air drop, and email stuff - But really the file browser option is like what I would imagine should of been in Loopy V1.0???

Another idea is, if there is a folder for the Built-in Loops area, then can't we just drop our loops into that folder. It would be better to have an option from the Settings that said Import>File Options >Folder Designations >Folder A, B and C. I mean many other programs have this option, and again this would make it much more efficient.

Thank you very much for creating an amazing app already.
-Mike

Comments

  • You can do this from the iPad file browser via the share feature.

    1) Go to the directory with your file
    2) Long press to get the menu
    3) Share
    4) Swipe left on the applications list to get to 'More ...'
    5) Scroll down the list to get to Loopy HD
    6) Select Loopy HD and it automatically opens the file in Loopy HD

    You can also do this for using Google Drive via the Google Drive ipad app as well.

    1) Go to the relevant [google drive] directory
    2) Find your file and press the '...' on the right to get the menu
    3) Choose 'Open In'
    4) Swipe left on the applications list to get to 'More ...'
    5) Scroll down the list to get to Loopy HD
    6) Select Loopy HD and it automatically opens the file in Loopy HD

    You can save & share Loopy HD sessions this way too.

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