How To Find Loops Using Loop Search Options

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    Looperman : Tue 21st Dec 2010 : 7 years ago I thought I should give you some examples of how you can use the loop search functions to find the types of loops your looking for.


    Find loops by user whos id is 111346 (planetjazzbass) uploaded within the last 7 days
    https://www.looperman.com/loops?date=7&mid=111346

    Find brass loops by user whos id is 67443(slapjohnson)
    https://www.looperman.com/loops?cid=23&mid=67443

    Find loops uploaded by anyone with the word "piano" in the title or description
    https://www.looperman.com/loops?keys=piano

    Find loops uploaded by anyone in the last 24 hours
    https://www.looperman.com/loops?date=1

    Find loops uploaded by anyone in the last 7 Days
    https://www.looperman.com/loops?date=7

    Find loops uploaded by anyone in the last 30 Days
    https://www.looperman.com/loops?date=30

    Find loops uploaded by anyone on april 1st 2009
    https://www.looperman.com/loops?date=2009-04-01

    Have a look at the search options on the loops page and you should be able to find what your after pretty easily.
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    alividlife : Tue 21st Dec 2010 : 7 years ago Awesome.

    I know how to clarify "what" my ID is, but besides downloading our stuff?

    How can you find the ID of a user?

    I suppose it doesn't matter.

    Anyway, this is great.
    I can't really explain the feeling I get for the work I return in reviews and e-mails from posting these loops.

    It's really amazing.

    Just on a side note?
    Do you think Mastering loops is particularly a bad idea?..
    I have been battling this one for the past few weeks...
    Is it too much?

    I guess I should start a thread about it, but maybe some opinions here would work.

    I will be personally doing my best to filling out the loop map too.
    Love making loops.
    I blame Minor2go lol
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    Looperman : Tue 21st Dec 2010 : 7 years ago look at your profile page to see your ID or the ID of the user you want to search for

    for example yours would be 158799

    https://www.looperman.com/users/profile/158799

    so to show off loops you had uploaded today you would use

    https://www.looperman.com/loops?mid=158799&date=2010-12-21
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    alividlife : Tue 21st Dec 2010 : 7 years ago Ahh cool!

    Yeah... Awesome.

    This is a much needed and helpful addition.
    :)
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    MINOR2GO : Tue 21st Dec 2010 : 7 years ago Very useful. Thanks looperman of the Looperman.

    @alividlife

    lol? I am guilty that you make loops? :D
    How i did this? hehe
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    theHumps : Tue 21st Dec 2010 : 7 years ago So I have to memorize people's Id numbers to sdearch for them? huh

    If I do a search for an artists name, I get reviews of that person and people mentioning them in forum posts but never the artists profile. I know this isn't google, but if I do a search of an artist, it's by their name not id number, and I never get their profile page as a recent entry in the search. Is there any way to get this working better?
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    Looperman : Wed 22nd Dec 2010 : 7 years ago loops are stored using a users ID number as its the only thing that doesnt change. I could incorporate a users name too but for now its easy enough to find a users ID (mid=) number and use that. Just hover over their name to see the url
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    Wordplay : Sat 8th Jan 2011 : 7 years ago I'm trying to find a way to search for loops, whether that be piano, drum beats, synth etc that are within 86-88 bpm but when i search the form is from 75-100 and I have to keep scrolling page after page after page just to get to 86 bpm (if it's listed in ascending order-the same for descending 100 down to 88 or 86)

    Is there a more efficient way to search? The key word function does not search within the colored tempo letters
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    JayT0wn : Sat 23rd Apr 2011 : 7 years ago ok i downloaded loops a few years ago i only have the file name is the user id in the filename ex. looperman_******* is that it?
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    n0mad23 : Sat 23rd Apr 2011 : 7 years ago Yes - first string of numbers following 'looperman'=member ID.
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    sok525 : Thu 2nd Jun 2011 : 7 years ago Hallo there
    I'll tray to find this file
    looperman_187569_32041_Bass Harmonic.wav

    I'll use 187569 in ID search but its not work.

    Please help me!!!
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    Looperman : Fri 3rd Jun 2011 : 7 years ago sok525, that loop must have been deleted then and the user that uploaded has also gone
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