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The fastest way to incorporate Loop Loft loops into Auria is to use iFunbox to copy the WAV or AIFF loops onto your iPad in the Auria sandbox. Alternately, you can copy them into AudioShare inbox so you can use the pasteboard to copy them into other DAWs as well.
You can also put your loops onto Dropbox, then copy them to the device in Auria or AudioShare, but this is much slower.
Auria won't automatically convert the loops to the correct tempo when you import them, but it's simple to stretch them to match.
(Of course, the downside is the space the loops use compared to midi triggered samples. Having 128 gigs available makes it a lot easier to sacrifice 10 gigs to drum loops!)
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Very nice, thanks for the reply. What I'm getting from you and another reply I got is that its not the easiest thing to use with Auria. Couple that with the fact I'm not that good with computers. I guess I'll keep looking. Nice tunes btw.
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Another use of SoftDrummer with Auria. Just the soft, subtle sound I was looking for. Nothing overpowering, just a nice rock brush kit.
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There's a new version of DrumPerfect Pro with lots of improvements! Vers. 2.1 free to download
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Drum Perfect Pro has the crown as the most powerful drum of all iOS: there's really no question. The built-in humanizing features are pearless. Here's a heavy metal song I made with it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJdCVk7ffic
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