Download LoopBoard apk 2.3 free for Android smartphone
Apk file size: 117.0 KB
An easy-to-use dynamic soundboard for Android. Create sound samples with your device's microphone (or upload your own!) and play or loop them back. Sounds can be simultaneously played as well.
Hold the record button to record over the existing sound. Tap the sample to play the sound. Tap 'LOOP' to play the sound looped!
To load custom audio files, put the files in the "LoopBoard/custom" folder.
Special thanks to Ryan Hon Hsu for graphic design and UI work:
Source code: https://github.com/AlexKang/loop-board
App works with majority of devices with Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0) or higher.
This app is confirmed to work with:
- Samsung Galaxy S III
- Samsung Galaxy S IV
- Samsung Galaxy S V
- Samsung Galaxy Note II
- Nexus 7
- Moto X
- Minor bug fix for crashing when deleting on some phones
- Fixed Lollipop bug where audio would sometimes not stop
- Custom recording names
- Minor UI adjustments
- Rerecording bug fixes
- Material design update!
- Complete UI overhaul
- Bug fixes
Alex Kang part of our Music & Audio and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update April 24, 2015. Google play rating is 77.5. Current verison is 2.3. Actual size 117.0 KB.
Cool idea! Pretty well put together, it's really hard to make things sound good though.
Beautiful app 5 stars if you add an option for just clicking to start recording (with a countdown) rather than holding the button down? And then have another option for setting a time limit so it stops recording automatically. Those features would allow me to use it as a guitar loop pedal kind of thing? Great app anyways though.
Awesome!! Snappy mic samples Exactly what I was looking for.
Good for ambience I am using it to create ambient loops and noise loops for my new album. It's pretty cool. I just wish you could delete individual tracks without scrapping the whole project. That's what kept the fifth star off for me.
Really Good It's a pretty good app. I use it for music and instrumental and it would help A LOT if you didn't have to hold the record button. Also, if you could delete separate tracks without deleting the whole board. Overall, a good start!