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Loopy Pro as AU in Logic Pro for iPad

I’m trying to use Loopy Pro as a plug-in in Logic Pro for iPad, so that I could loop my guitar while I use Logic Drummer and instrument loops.

Could someone help me get started? I have tried inserting Loopy as an effect on an audio input track, and I have tried inserting Loopy as an instrument on its own track. Which is right?

In either configuration, I can’t figure out how to get audio into Loopy Pro. Apologies in advance, I am very new to both Loopy Pro and Logic Pro — coming from Ableton on Mac.

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  • Welcome to the Audio's forum!

    I'll check this and coming back later - have to go on a meeting now...

  • @morselodge said:
    I’m trying to use Loopy Pro as a plug-in in Logic Pro for iPad, so that I could loop my guitar while I use Logic Drummer and instrument loops.

    Could someone help me get started? I have tried inserting Loopy as an effect on an audio input track, and I have tried inserting Loopy as an instrument on its own track. Which is right?

    In either configuration, I can’t figure out how to get audio into Loopy Pro. Apologies in advance, I am very new to both Loopy Pro and Logic Pro — coming from Ableton on Mac.

    To record audio input , any AU needs to be inserted as an effect. Instruments are output only.

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