Presentation: Loopcloud V3 - Now Add Your Own Samples

US Free sample management tool gets more features      04/01/19
    MP4 16:18 mins    

Loopcloud is a useful system if you use or need samples, with the ability to pipe tempo and pitch matched samples directly from  the massive online LoopCloud.net collection directly into your DAW via the included plug-in,  its a useful tool. Now with Loopcloud, you can index, tag and manage samples from  your own attached storage and include that in your searches for suitable sounds and loops, bringing them into the Loopcloud system.

Loopcloud is free - all you need is an account - signing up will get you some free sample credits and weekly free packs anyhow, if you want to purchase additional packs or single sounds based on the extremely detailed search criteria, then you can add credits to your account too - these don't expire until you've spent them.

In this video Ollie shows us how to use the latest version of Loopcloud to add and manage your own content - Loopcloud can analyse the name and audio content to assist in auto tagging your own content, making it also searchable.

Loopcloud v2 is available now via Loopcloud.net.

If you want a more detailed look at Loopcloud, take a look at this video



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