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Importing from PC?
Hello again everybody,
As we await the update (no pressure, Michael ), I am continuing to work on how I will make the move from the Headrush Looperboard (LB) to Loopy Pro and I have another question:
I have a number of loops saved on the LB which I would love to bring with me when I move to Loopyland. In LB-speak, a loop is made up of 1-4 tracks. In Loopyspeak, that would be “a session **is made up of 4 **clips”, right?
I’m wondering if/how I can import those tracks from LB loops into Loopy Pro sessions.
Here’s the thing: the iPad on which I plan to run Loopy Pro is the only Apple device I own. My phone is a Samsung Android device and my computer is a PC. So, using iTunes/Air Drop, or other facets of the Apple ecosystem doesn't seem to be an option.
Does anyone have a method they’re using for importing loops to Loopy Pro from outside the Apple ecosystem? I’ve got Audioshare for PC bookmarked. I’m curious if/how that has worked for others. If I’ve got Audioshare on my PC (where the LB loops are backed up), can I connect my iPad to the PC via USB (I’ve got the adapters/cabling to do so) and move the files via Audioshare? SFM’s video on importing talks about using a Music library as a destination for imports. Is that within Loopy Pro? Is that another app I need to download onto the iPad? (Sorry to be so Apple-ignorant.)
I’m prepared to accept that getting my loops into Loopy Pro sessions may be a bit of a slog, but I’d love to know it will be possible.