I've been using LoopyHD for a while, and it's simply the best looper in IOS, and probably always will be.
I've been looping since 1988 using hardware loopers - many, many different ones, starting with some old Digitechs, then moving up to the Oberheim Echoplex Pro, and now, I use Roland RC series loopers almost exclusively - for my guitar and keyboard work.
But for my app work - it's all about Loopy, and I am loving it - it does take some getting used to.
I have a really basic question though, to save space, I want to remove all of the loopy tracks I've created in the last 18 months (about 1 GB remarkably) - and I am concerned about this - and this is why:
I understand how to go into iTunes, and "Save To" all of my tracks (I regularly back up all of my audio from all of my apps this way - except for those that use a different method to the iTunes method) - I get that part.
It's the "restore" part I am worried about.
If I decide that I want to "put back" a session from 2012, that I've saved to a folder on my PC, is it as simple as dropping that folder back into LoopyHD on iTunes, and syncing? Is that all you have to do?
I don't want to remove them if I can't restore them, as I might want to do further work on some of the sessions.
So can someone more knowledgeable, please confirm that this simplistic "restore" will really work, before I damn myself by removing a gigabyte of loopyHD sessions and mixes? I just want to put them back and re-use them