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Quantiloop 2 is like a looper pedal on your iPad

Stephan Marx’s Quantiloop 2 is designed to look and behave like a 4-track hardware looper pedal. An update to the original Quantiloop, it’s available now for iPad. 

There are four play modes, including the new Serial-Master mode, and you also get three assignable  input effects and  three assignable track effects. The likes of tape-stop, fade, reverse and transpose are on offer within the app, and you can also use Inter-App Audio effects. The MIDI slave option means that you can sync to external gear. 

A full feature list is below. Quantiloop 2 is available now from the Apple App Store priced at £9.99/$9.99/€9.99.   

 Stephan Marx Quantiloop 2 features

  • 4 Tracks
  • Free, Synced, Serial and Serial-Master Playing Styles
  • Multiple Quantize Modes
  • Multiple Stop Modes
  • Unique Arm Mode
  • Adjustable Fade Out and Fade In
  • Unlimited Overdubs
  • Overdub Decay
  • Undo/Redo
  • Auto Record
  • Rhythm guide with auto-start, auto-stop and count-in
  • Audible & Visual metronome
  • Input FX (including transpose, reverb and IAA)
  • Send start, stop and host sync to rhythm apps
  • Real-time tempo control
  • Extensive MIDI control
  • Assign Tap, Hold and Double Tap actions
  • Audiobus & Inter-App Audio
  • Individual outputs
  • Ableton Link
  • MIDI clock master
  • MIDI slave
  • MIDI program changes
  • Cloud Import/Export
  • Unlimited banks of 32 presets
  • Track FX (tape-stop, fade, reverse, transpose etc. and IAA)
Ben Rogerson

I’m the Group Content Manager for MusicRadar, specialising in all things tech. I’ve been playing the piano, gigging in bands and failing to finish tracks at home for more than 30 years, 20 of which I’ve also spent writing about music technology. 

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