Copy Your Soundboard to Multiple Devices

You can your soundboards from Soundboard Studio onto other devices using a computer over USB.

These instructions assume that:

  • You have access to a computer (PC or Mac) that is reasonably modern and updated
  • You have a device which you would like to copy your Soundboard Studio boards & tracks from
  • You have other iOS devices with Soundboard Studio installed, which you would like to copy your Soundboard Studio boards & tracks to

Connect Your Device to Your Computer

To get started, use the appropriate USB cable to connect your device which contains your tracks and boards to your computer.

If you’re using a computer with iTunes:

(If you’re using a Mac with macOS Catalina, see the instructions below this list.)

  1. Open iTunes on your Mac or PC.
  2. Connect your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch (which contains your Soundboard Studio tracks and boards) to your computer using an appropriate USB cable.
  3. If you have Soundboard Studio open on your device, close the app.
  4. Click your device in iTunes.
  5. In the left sidebar, click File Sharing.
  6. Click Soundboard 2 from the list fo available apps
  7. You will see all of the tracks that are currently stored inside of Soundboard Studio. Warning: do not modify or delete any of the files you see in this list.
  8. Select all of the files listed inside of Soundboard Studio. It’s important to copy every file listed.
  9. Drag all of the files to a location on your computer, such as a folder on your desktop. You will need to find these files later.
  10. When you are finished copying all of files, disconnect your device.
  11. Connect your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch (which you would like to copy your Soundboard Studio tracks and boards onto) to your computer using an appropriate USB cable.
  12. Repeat steps 3 to 6 above
  13. Delete all of the files listed inside of Soundboard Studio.
  14. Drag and drop all of the files you copied earlier into Soundboard Studio and wait for all files to finish copying onto your device
  15. When you are finished copying the files, you may disconnect your device.
  16. Open Soundboard Studio on your device
  17. Your copied tracks and boards are now ready to use in Soundboard Studio.

For more help using this method, see the Apple Support document: Use iTunes to share files between your computer and your iOS or iPadOS device →

If you’re using a Mac with macOS Catalina:

  1. Open a Finder window.
  2. Connect your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch (which contains your Soundboard Studio tracks and boards) to your computer using an appropriate USB cable.
  3. If you have Soundboard Studio open on your device, close the app.
  4. Select your device in the Finder. What to do if your computer doesn’t recognise your device →.
  5. Click the Files tab to see a list of apps that can share files.
  6. Click the triangle next Soundboard 2. You will see all of the tracks that are currently stored inside of Soundboard Studio. Warning: do not modify or delete any of the files you see in this list.
  7. Select all of the files listed inside of Soundboard Studio. It’s important to copy every file listed.
  8. Drag all of the files to a location on your computer, such as a folder on your desktop. You will need to find these files later.
  9. When you are finished copying all of files, disconnect your device.
  10. Connect your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch (which you would like to copy your Soundboard Studio tracks and boards onto) to your computer using an appropriate USB cable.
  11. Repeat steps 3 to 6 above
  12. Delete all of the files listed inside of Soundboard Studio.
  13. Drag and drop all of the files you copied earlier into Soundboard Studio and wait for all files to finish copying onto your device
  14. When you are finished copying the files, you may disconnect your device.
  15. Open Soundboard Studio on your device
  16. Your copied tracks and boards are now ready to use in Soundboard Studio.

For more help using this method, see the Apple Support document: Use the Finder to share files between your Mac and your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch →