AudioCopy has grown to be the largest collection of royalty free sound packs available in a mobile app. Browse hundreds of quality sound packs from top producers like AraabMuzik, and grammy award winning artists like Paul “Echo” Irizarry and Carl Cox.
AudioCopy makes it easy to copy and paste sounds to or from hundreds of compatible apps. Plus access your sounds in the Files app to use them anywhere.
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You'll find hundreds of Sound Packs you can use with your creations in the Content Store! Buy them once. Use them anywhere.
Sound Packs contain tons of music Loops and Samples that you can use in anywhere — iOS and beyond. Packs span many genres with content created by an amazing producer lineup.
You can use Sound Packs from the Content Store in top music iOS apps like iMPC Pro, Tabletop, Launchpad, GarageBand, FL Studio, Cubasis, Auria, DM1 and hundreds more. Or export your sounds to your desktop and use them anywhere.
The first round is on us! Unlock a free Sound Pack when you register AudioCopy.
More than a clipboard:
AudioCopy is a catalog for your sounds. Browse and audition all the sounds you've copied. Import your own sound libraries, store sounds centrally for easy use in your favorite apps.
Capture your sounds:
AudioCopy now comes with a built-in sound recorder. Record, pause, record some more.
A convenient sound editor:
Trimming? Yeah we've got that. You can also normalize, fade, and reverse to name a few. Zoom in for even more detail in this gesture-based editor.
A great way to capture audio and share it:
Share your songs and audio creations directly to SoundCloud, Youtube, and open it anywhere with built-in iOS sharing or the Files app.
Dark mode support.
Support for larger iPads and iPhones.
Files app support.
Hidden files are no longer displayed in the sample list.
Other bug fixes and improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
Needs Files Support
Currently I’m using AudioCopy to import samples from iCloud Drive to iMPC Pro 2. The only way I’ve found to do this is to select the file in the Files app then share it to AudioCopy. This works well, however, I haven’t been able to import entire folders at once. Even if I select all of the samples in a folder and share them to AudioCopy, only one sample is sent to AudioCopy and its usually not even the first file in the list. I have a ton of folders with drum machine samples so this workflow will take a very long time. Also, once I have imported the samples into AudioCopy they get thrown into the “Documentsapp” folder with no apparent way to organize them into subfolders. These things maybe be possible using iTunes FileShare, I haven’t tried that yet, but I think Files app support with drag and drop would make for a more efficient workflow with out the need for a desktop computer. Other than that great app! The content store and audio packs are awesome!
Could be much better
First of all, there is a current issue with the app crashing when I click on the Browse tab... that is what brought me here today to leave this review as it NEEDS to be fixed. It crashes on both my iPad and iPhone running the latest iOS 12.4.1 release, so I both cannot search for sample packs nor even download previous purchases I have already made. And I doubt the upcoming iOS 13 update will FIX anything, haha.
Even if that is fixed the app gets two stars from me, and only because the sample packs have relatively good quality sounds. The usefulness of the actual app is drastically hindered by not having Files integration, as compared to AudioShare which is my go-to app for housing my sample collections as well as for simple audio utilities. There’s no reason to keep two or more copies of each sample on my device with limited storage. The app works as a sample store where you can purchase sample packs—OK—maybe I’m expecting too much to think that I would be able to manage my audio files there as well.
Developer Response ,
Hi! The Browsing crash has been fixed. Glad to hear you are enjoying the sample packs-- we work hard to select the best packs for the store!
We are aware that file transferring could be made more useful, so we are looking forward to improving this feature in future updates.
would be great to have a favorites list or a way to mark loops as faves
This app would be much more functional if there were ways to mark or list loops as faves, or organize individual loops into groups, so that they would be easier to export to our music apps. I find myself looking through and auditioning loops and then not doing anything with them because by the time I listen to a few more I've forgotten the one I started with to find compatible choices. I don't want to sit with pen and paper to make notes but realistically that is the only way to remember what you want when you have a lot of material stored in this app.
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- Retronyms Inc
- 45 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- © 2018 Retronyms
- In-App Purchases
- Deep And Raw Techno
- Classic Cutz
- Melodic Collection
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.