The first version of Loopcloud was released just a couple of years ago, and since then the creators over at Loopmasters have really developed something interesting for us music producers.
This is a clean little sample organizing tool that runs inside your DAW. It lets you load up your own samples, tag them, and easily find them later. For a small monthly fee it also lets you download a set amount of samples from the Loopmaster library of about 3 million samples. These samples can be auditioned for free, so that you can see how they would fit inside your production before committing to them.
The samples are all under a royalty free license, so you’re able to use them even commercially.
There is now an addition of a sample editing tool that lets you cut, rearrange, stretch and put some effects on the samples inside the Loopcloud application. There’s even a multitrack feature that lets you audition and edit multiple samples together while getting your creativity going. These multitracks can then be exported as only one audio file and be dragged directly into your DAW.
Well if you’re looking for a good way to find quality samples and maybe getting out of your comfort zone with some new ideas, this application would certainly be a great addition to your toolbox.
It’s also pretty handy to keep your own local sample library organized and can improve your workflow by having all the samples tagged correctly.
Loopcloud offers 4 different plans;
Let’s start with the pros;
Okay, that was it. I hope you got some insight into how Loopcloud works. Feel free to take a look at it on the official website by clicking here.