Create sounds and load samples.
Drop them where you want on your controllers then start jamming!
Everything you play is recorded.
Hit the loop button at any time. Whatever you just played will start to loop!
Play to the beat.
Use beat repeat and hold down buttons to trigger at different rates relative to tempo.
Transform your loops while they play.
Select, move, repeat, suppress. All using your hardware controller.
To get the most out of Loop Drop, you should use it with a hardware controller, but you can try it out using your computer's qwerty keyboard.
Trigger chunks are blocks of related sounds e.g. drumkit, sliced sample, vocals, etc. They must be added to a controller before they do anything.
Tip: You can also manually add the slot, add a sample source, then click 'Choose File' to browse.
Chromatic chunks are like trigger chunks, except that they only have one editable trigger ('template').
This is repeated for all triggers in the block, except that the pitch increases chromatically. You can create pitched instruments using samples or synthesis.
Clicking ENV adds an ADSR (attack, decay, sustain, release) envelope to the chosen param.
Tip: Effects like 'reverb' should be added to the 'Output' slot instead of the triggers to avoid unnecessary CPU usage.