Loopcloud 7 Walkthrough (Review)

What Is Loopcloud 7?

Loopcloud is a revolutionary music production platform that has been shaking things up in the industry. It provides users with a comprehensive package of tools and resources to help them create, collaborate, discover and share music. Loopcloud offers an expansive library of loops, samples and sounds for producers of all genres to explore and create with. It also includes powerful tools like multi-track audio editing and collaboration tools for working with teams remotely.

The debate between who has the stronger cloudbase sample product between Loopcloud and Splice has been raging ever since the emergence of cloud-based music production. Both platforms offer innovative ways for producers, DJs and composers to manage their samples and collaborate with other artists, but what makes them different? In this article we will explore how Loopcloud 7 states its claim to push things a little further than before.

Loopcloud 7 is shaping up to be a force to be reckoned with, and it’s filled to the brim with features that will take your music production game to new heights! Improvements to the drag and drop style of DAW creativity as well as its pitch changing effect in app make it unique power platform in the sample library kingdom.

New Features To Loopcloud 7


Advanced AI Integration


Tagging User Content


New Export Options


New Workflow


Easier Nav & UI


Faster Engine


Why IS Loopcloud top so expensive?

Functionality and design. Seriously its that simple, but we dive into why the functionality is so far ahead of the competition. Upon launching Loopcloud, you’re greeted with the instrument search bar and browser. OK so its not that amazing. Wrong this is just the start, see where Loopcloud knock things out of the park is its simplicity. You can explore, search or browse your libray within a click of launching. As any producer will know having help with cataloging your sample library is worth its weight in gold and guess what? Loopcloud does that for you. Crawling your hardrives and collating by name, instrument, genre and label if available. 

Ok so Loopclouds just done what most producers, don’t do at all (Yes, you Steve). In just a a few minutes. Playback is simple the bottom of the app shows standard Play, Pause, Loop and Edit functions with volume, BPM and best of all Pitch control. You can add up to 8 tracks to audition in the application itself (before purchase) making Loopcloud a standalone DAW in itself.

You can also find harmonic similarities right from the application. Reducing unwanted time searching the 4 million samples for something to match. Add to that DAW integration to keep everything intime or a simple drag and drop in to your workspace. It’s simple, powerful and creative. Question is, is it really expensive if its that valuable?

Our Thoughts?

The rise of digital music production has made it easier than ever to create beats in the comfort of your own home. More and more producers are turning to Loopcloud, not just for samples but to  help find, manage and organize samples and loops.

While there are a few cloud based options when it comes to sample libraries. Each of which falls quite heavily into a genre specific category. Loopcloud is no different. There is definitely more electronic influenced samples than any other genre, with House, Dubstep, Trance, Disco and Tech House given a large sample base.

This of course is due to its owners being Loopmasters, which has been the go to for many a electronic sample pack chaser since 2003 / 2004. It wasn’t long before Beatport the monster of a electronic music distributor saw its value and purchased it in 2019. Some two years after the launch of Loopcloud, now why does this matter? Well if you are looking for electronic samples, creative stems or one shots look no further. Loopcloud is definitely a powerhouse in the electronic niche, now not all labels release sample packs with Loopmasters but you can be sure a majority do.

So how does this effect our thoughts? Loopcloud is great at what it sets out to do and version 7 as we’ve mentioned is an improvement over the previous but if you’re looking for samples outside of the electronic genre things start to get a little thinner. Don’t get us wrong there is Blues, Country, Jazz, Reggae, Pop and Rock samples to be heard but they all seem to be cross genre in one way or another.

From an application stand point it’s head and shoulders above the competition and this is what sets Loopcloud apart. The level of detail and felixibility you have in utilizing the app as almost a standalone DAW is incredible. But just like any DAW the question is will the producer use it to it full potential?  

Is it Worth Upgrading From Loopcloud 6?

If you’re a music producer then you have probably heard of Loopcloud, Loopcloud 7 being the latest iteration going in to 2023 is still the power house it was that can make your production workflow more efficient. It’s the latest version of the application that has many producers wondering if it’s worth upgrading. The question really is whether Loopcloud 7 has enough improvements to justify its cost and whether it actually adds anything of value to your productions. 

Before we dive into samples and what makes Loopcloud 7 different. The question has a darker side when users of Loopcloud 6 reached out letting us know their pain points.

Loopcloud 6 USer - Pain points

It seems that users who had previously used Loopcloud 6 have been kicked to the curb since the roll out of Loopcloud 7. Our understanding is that a number of users from the previous version are stuck behind a pay wall to access the new software. How this will be resolved only time will tell.

Subscription Models In Music Production?

This raises more questions on the value of subscription based models in the music industry. We are still a firm believer it makes things more accessible to users of every demographic. Let us know what you think on our Twitter page.

Loopcloud or Loopmasters?

When it comes to finding the perfect sound, producers often find themselves stuck between a rock and a hard place. Loopcloud and Loopmasters have emerged as two of the leading royalty-free music production tools, offering a wide range of services and options to choose from. While both are extremely popular among musicians, it is often difficult to decide which one is best for your needs.

While music production continues to become somewhat easier is there any real benefit from upgrading or even jumping into Loopcloud? Our team has been around since sampling was done on 8 track (yeah we’re not that old). So now to have over a million samples at your finger tips can be overwhelming. But it definitely serves a purpose. Whether you are starting out or looking to fill a gap in your creative process samples can always help. Even though the price tags can be a little steep if you’re not using it regularly.

The debate will reign on if buying a sample pack is better than using a cloud option the same way that Mp3’s took over compact discs or hell even vinyl moving to CD. Here’s the thing though. AI continues to bring benefits at each alteration. Loopcloud 7 with its improved integration, export options and fast engine really do improve  the overall feel of the Loopcloud experience. The question is more of what you want as a producer. Are you wanting the latest in AI tagging and smooth UI? Or are you happy sticking with a similar look and feel that is somewhat less polished.

Remember… Software upgrades will always be one of those things that are continually revised and improved.

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Cob Web Audio Team



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