Free Online Audio File Looper
Quick & easy looper for your audio files

Audio File LooperMaztr's free online Audio File Looper is a quick and easy tool you can use right in your browser, without downloading any software, to loop your audio files. No account or login is required to use it.

The Audio File Looper is designed for users who want an audio looping tool they can use quickly, on the fly. It can seamlessly repeat a piece of music, audio sample or an entire track as many times as you wish, creating a new, longer audio file in the process. Music loops are commonly used for musical effects or to create electronic or background music.

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Enter Settings

Upload Audio File:

  • Looping Method:

  • Number Of Loops?
    (Enter how many times to loop the file. You can specify any number, however processing will stop if the output file reaches a maximum size of 50MB.)

  • Output Format:
    (Output format must be the same as the file you upload. File type conversion is not possible during looping.)

.wav or .mp3
Max size: 50MB
(Upgrade to 300MB)

Download Looped File

After you upload an audio file, you will be able to download your looped file here.

How do I use the Audio File Looper?

  1. In the "Upload Audio File" section above, drag and drop or click to select the file from your local device.
  2. If you want to change your selected audio file, hover or click the file then click "Remove".
  3. Choose your output file settings. You can select the looping method by number of loops or total run time, and the file output format.
  4. The output format must be the same as the file you upload. File type conversion is not possible during looping. In other words MP3→MP3 or WAV→WAV. Click here if you want to convert your file type before or after looping.
  5. Click the "Upload" button to submit your file for processing.
  6. Finally, click the "Download" button to download your looped output file.

What are music loops?

Music loops are usually short samples of music, commonly 10-40 seconds long, that can be repeated multiple times in a "loop" to create a continuous audio track. If the beginning matches the end of the source file, the result is a seamless piece of music.

Guitar loops and drum loops are the most common form, but any audio file can be looped. Of course, you can also loop an entire track to create an extra-long version of that track.

Why do I need to loop audio files?

Loops have many uses. Musicians use them to fire up the creative process, discover new sounds and develop their own style. Music producers manipulate loops extensively to mix up their sound. Video producers use them to create soundtracks and backing tracks. Music students use them as accompaniment for practice.

By repeating sections of a song, loops create patterns that can lead to new ideas. You can remix or play with existing sounds to create new music. Complex musical compositions become possible.

How does the Audio File Looper work?

It seamlessly repeats the music sample or track you upload a set number of times. You can repeat it once or as many times as you choose, up to the file size limit. For example, if you upload a 1-minute sample file and loop it 10 times, you'll get back a 10-minute output file.

You can also loop a file to create an output file with a specified running time. The new running time can be longer or shorter than the file you upload.

Does it change or add anything to the uploaded file?

No, the source file is not changed. The tool simply strings together multiple copies of the file, one after the other, as many times as you choose. For quality reasons, we recommend Pro users upload files in WAV format.

Can the Audio File Looper shorten the uploaded file as well as lengthening it?

Yes, if you specify a total run time less than the running time of the file you upload, it will be shortened accordingly.

How do I make the loops seamless?

Make sure there are no clicks or noticeable sounds that cut off at the loop points. You can minimize this problem by cross-fading the loop points. For shorter loops, you should also avoid distinct sounds in your track that become annoying or repetitive when looped.

Does the Audio File Looper have any usage limits?

Free users have a 50MB output file limit, while the limit for Pro users increases to 300MB. Click here if you want to upgrade.