Search for sounds in your Library

Loopcloud has a great search and tagging system that allows you to quickly find the sound you’re looking for. 
There are several options - text search, tags, key and BPM. 

Search Box

The search box allows you to look for words, numbers or symbols that appear in the file name of the sound you are looking for. For example, searching for ‘break’ will give you all the samples, MIDI files, presets, - all the content which has the word break in its file name. 

However the power of Loopcloud is in the tags on each and every file. Using Tags to search will help you find the sound you are looking for fast.

Tag Filter 

Tags are organised into categories - click on any category to see the tags. You can click on the currently selected category to close the tag filter view.

Loopcloud only displays the tags that are relevant to the files in your library, so every tag you see will give a result. 

Here is an example tag filter: 
• To find a specific file format, then click on FORMAT category, then the WAV tag 
• You’ll now see your search results as a list of .wav files 
• Then click the LOOP button to the right of the search box
• To further filter your results, go to the INSTRUMENTS category and click on the SYNTH tag 
• This now shows all synths, so you can choose a GENRE and click the DEEP HOUSE tag 
• Now you will see all your Deep house synth loops in .wav format in your library 


Set a range for BPM, so if you’re looking for a loop that would work with house choose e.g. Min 115 Max 135. 

Match Tempo

When you have the Loopcloud plugin in your DAW, press the MATCH TEMPO button and Loopcloud will filter all BPMs to + or - 10BPM of your DAW tempo.

Half and Double Tempo 

If you want the preview to play at half or double time, click the X2 or /2 button 

Key Filter

All melodic content will be tagged with a Key. This can be just a root note e.g. F#, or a chord or harmonic line, e.g. F# Minor. 
Click on any key on the keyboaard, and then either the MAJOR or MINOR button

Auto Key

Here you can set a key, and all sounds will be automatically transposed to the correct key.

Press the AUTO KEY button and select a key in the dropdown list

If you want the sound up or down an octave, press the OCT button

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