Capo's audio engine includes another useful trick, which is that it allows you to save your songs (or just pieces of them) into audio files.

Exporting Audio

When you export audio, all of Capo's effects—changes to the song's playback speed, isolation settings, and pitch modifications—are baked into the audio file that is saved.

To export the entire song

To export audio within a region

NOTE: You will be prompted to set the name, location and file format when you export audio files. Capo can export files using the MPEG-4 AAC audio codec, as well as uncompressed AIFF or WAV files. When exporting AAC files, Capo can add some helpful tags to help you keep your exported audio organized.

Selecting a Destination

After selecting your desired export format, you will be prompted for a location to save the resulting file. You can choose to store the file locally on your device, choose a location in your iCloud Drive, or even store the file on any third-party sharing service that appears in the Files app.

Once saved, you can access the file from other apps that support file browsing, or use the Files app to share the audio file using any services or apps on your device that support the audio file format that you chose.

Last updated: August 19, 2021