Apple Inc. developed audio file formats known as Apple Loops or AIFF Loops. These loops consist of pre-recorded sections of music that can be repeatedly and seamlessly played to produce ongoing music. They are frequently used in the production of audio for creating background scores or soundtracks in multimedia projects. What sets Apple Loops apart is the extra information they contain, such as key, tempo, and type of instrument. This facilitates their automatic synchronization with the tempo and key of a current project when incorporated into audio software like Apple's GarageBand or Logic Pro. AIFF is the abbreviation for Audio Interchange File Format, a popular and extensively supported format recognized for delivering superior audio output.
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