Description of App
LouderLogic – Get More From Your Music
Looking for the best listening experience for your iTunes Library? Look no further than LouderLogic – the Advanced Audio Player, featuring the same technology the pros use!
LouderLogic brings the fullness you crave out of every song, using patent pending Audio Level eXtension (ALX) technology by McDSP. With the push of one button, LouderLogic minimizes volume fluctuations between songs while maximizing all the musical details the artist intended you to enjoy. Simply put, you’ll get more from your music!
LouderLogic is made by McDSP, one of the most highly regarded professional audio software companies in the world. McDSP has been improving and enhancing audio for major motion pictures, chart-topping music productions and sold-out live performances worldwide for over a decade!
“If you don’t have LouderLogic I don’t know why you’re even listening to music.” – Chaka Blackmon, Producer/Songwriter for Christina Aguilera, CeCe Winans, MTV and Disney.
LouderLogic features include:
- Works with existing iTunes Library
- Automatically minimizes volume fluctuations from song to song
- Enhances listening experience, even in noisy environments
- Browseable by playlist, album, artist, etc.
- Two ALX modes for music and audiobooks/podcasts, with automatic mode switching
- Realtime ALX metering shows amount of ALX technology used
- Multitasking support for playing audio
- Works with the remote control from the lock screen, multitasking doc, and external accessories
Please note that while LouderLogic does play back DRM protected music, it cannot apply ALX enhancement to DRM protected audio. DRM protected audiobooks are not currently playable.
This is the free version of LouderLogic which contains advertisements and a lifetime listening limit. If you want unlimited, ad-free playback, please consider purchasing a paid version of LouderLogic.
Requires iOS 4.2+
Recommended for iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, and 4th Generation iPod Touch
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