Importing Audio Samples has traditionally been and major pain. At Stage Looper we have created an easy and fast way to import your audio samples. See here how to import your audio Samples with Direct Wi-Fi Transfer, NO INTERNET CONNECTION REQUIRED
- Name your Samples with a Prefix / Suffix (e.g. intro_My Song Sample.wav ; My Song Sample_chorus.mp3) This will help to auto-create the patterns.
- Whatever your audio samples format is will be converted to .m4a automatically in Stage Looper.
Hello, and today I am going to show you how to create a song by importing your audio samples.
So first we need to create a song and give it a name.
And them we need to go into song edit,
And here we will see we have import audio,
And if we go into here we will see there is a slide bar menu, which gives us Direct Wi-Fi Transfer option.
Now this is a way of connecting your phone to your desktop, using your IP address, So here I am using mine which is Isabel’s iPhone, yours will be different.
And this connects us straight to the Fast Transfer in the browser.
So here I am just going to click on my samples which are on my desktop and drag them over and drop them.
And these Fast Transfer straight into my Stage Looper application on my phone.
Npw because we have given these samples a prefix, you can use a suffix instead, that gives us an indication of for example Intro, which tells us what the pattern should be, we can also use this, Stage Looper to create our patterns.
So we will see here, that has taken our samples and created patterns for them.
Now we don’t need some of these patterns like Setup, so I am just going to delete that, and I want to move some of these around so I am moving Intro to the top here, and Verse as well.
There we go. And Done.
And I also want to duplicate the Verse because I want to play this twice while I am playing live.
So I click Duplicate this Pattern and it’s put it right at the bottom of the song, And again I am going to move this to where I want it when I play live.
There we go, and Done again.
And this song is now ready for me to play live on stage.
And that’s everything for today.