Besides recording, you can also import existing audio (wav, mp3, etc.) and MIDI (.mid) files into your project.
Press the Project icon at the top left and select 'Import audio/MIDI file' in the menu that appears.
A file browser will appear. Data on your device is stored as files just as you are used to on Windows, OSX or Linux. You can use <Directory up> to move folders up and access files of other projects and press the Home button to go back to the current project's Samples folder.
After selecting a file to import, the file is first copied to the project's folder if not already there and the audio or MIDI file will be imported. You can import an audio file at a specific location by first setting the green time marker and selecting a track where you wish to import the audio file on. Then enable the option 'Insert at time marker' at the top of the file browser before choosing a file to import.
When you tap-and-hold a file in the file browser, you will get an Options menu:
Getting files onto an iPad from a desktop machine is a bit more difficult than on Android. Audio Evolution Mobile luckily comes with a couple of solutions for that. It features both a web and WebDAV server to copy files to/from the app from a desktop machine (or other device). For either option, please make sure that WiFi is turned on and your iPad is on the same network as your Mac.
Select 'Media server' from the Project menu and press Ok. You should be presented with one or two HTTP links. Now on your Mac, open Finder and in the menu select 'Connect to server'. Enter the HTTP address that the app is displaying and log in as Guest. You should now see the Projects folder of the app and you can now access it like any other file on your Mac.
Select 'Media server' from the Project menu, select 'Web browser' and press Ok. You should be presented with a HTTP link. Now on the other device you wish to access your projects from, open a web browser and enter the HTTP address. You should now see a web page with the Projects folder of the app and you can now copy files to or from the device.
Android automatically adds references to new audio files (that Android can handle itself) to its media database.
To import audio samples using this media database, press the top-left folder icon and select Import sample from music database. You will be asked to complete this action using one of the apps presented. This will depend on your specific Android device, but usually you should pick 'Choose music track'.
Note: some devices do not have this functionality and an error may appear. In this case you should use one of the other methods available for importing samples.
In collaboration with Function Loops, Audio Evolution Mobile provides a number of free and commercial loop packs. When selecting 'Import sample loops' from the Project menu, a dialog will appear displaying the loop packs and their contents that are present on your device. Press the 'Shop' button to display the loop packs that you can download and purchase. Back in the loop browser, selecting a loop pack from the left column will display the loops it contains in the right column. You can tap on a loop to preview it. When selecting Load, you can change the loop's tempo and pitch and import it into your project.