Well, I’ve had a brief play with FourTrack and DopplerPad, and I can safely say that it works like a treat. So far I’ve only used it in DopplerPad really, but once you’ve selected what you want to copy and paste into FourTrack the process is very simple indeed.
Let’s say I have a drum loop that I want to move from DopplerPad into FourTrack. I get it running on DopplerPad then uses the audio copy feature. That’ll ask me if I want to launch FourTrack, which I do. In FourTrack I can select how many times I want the loop to run, and where I want it to go in the selected track, i.e. at the start or at the end point for the last loop if there is one there.
Very simple and straightforward indeed. In fact, I had to break off from having fun with it to write this! So, now I’m going back to it again.
Of course, this is all going to get even more interesting with DopplerPad’s additional synth features and FX tools. I haven’t tried out the FX in FourTrack, I think I’ll be doing that later on!
FourTrack at the app store:
DopplerPad at the app store:
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