Back at Winter NAMM 2019, Loopmasters unveiled version 4 of Loopcloud, adding a new Loop editor to the popular cloud-based sample and loop distribution platform. The company has now released Loopcloud 5, an updated edition boasting two new plug-in instruments – Loopcloud Drum and Play – as well as a refreshed interface, sound tagging and abundant cloud storage space.
The new plug-ins afford you access to an extensive collection of sounds and virtual instruments curated by “top artists and exclusive labels”, according to Loopmasters. Play comprises virtual bass, keys and strings, while Drum arms you with virtual drum kits, percussion sounds and one-shots.
On top of the new plug-ins, Loopcloud 5 also boasts a re-worked interface that’s more compact and tailored to split-screen usage. With this new layout, you’ll be able to source for sounds without interrupting your workflow. And to make the search for sounds easier, you can add tags and metadata to both your existing sound collection as well as Loopmaster’s large catalogue. As before, if you can’t decide on the appropriate sounds and effects for your project, you can edit their tempo, key and other parameters, and audition them in time with your project before making a purchase.
Alongside the release of Loopcloud 5, Loopmasters has also announced that a browser-based version of the platform will be unveiled in the future. This version will let you log into the platform from any browser.
Loopcloud 5 is available for free, though you can pay a subscription fee to unlock its full features. Users on the paid Artist, Studio and Professional tiers will have access to cloud storage within the platform in addition to other premium features.
Here’s an overview of Loopcloud 5:
Loopcloud’s subscription tiers are as follows:
- Artist: $7.99/month, 5GB of storage
- Studio: $11.99/month, 50GB of storage
- Pro: $21.99/month, 250GB of storage
For more info, head over to loopcloud.com.