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    ChueyForum : Wed 3rd Aug 2011 : 10 years ago

    The Looperman tempo search for loops is as follows:
    Any Tempo
    0 - 50
    5 - 75
    etc.
    Instead of the presets, I insist that Looperman makes it so that yo can type any tempo (ex. 54, 85, 143).

    Comment if you agree or something (:

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    CallMeWhatYouLike : Wed 3rd Aug 2011 : 10 years ago

    yeah a more advance search option would be much better for finding specific loops without having to go thru hundreds of loops before finding one or two of the type that you originaly satrted looking for

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    ChueyForum : Wed 3rd Aug 2011 : 10 years ago

    THANK YOU

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    3n0 : Wed 3rd Aug 2011 : 10 years ago

    that would be nice and to list more than 10 loops on one page...

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    StarTropix : Wed 3rd Aug 2011 : 10 years ago

    I agree... sometimes I am already working in a certain tempo and I want something to fit.

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    uberstrat : Wed 3rd Aug 2011 : 10 years ago

    I agree with this suggestion.

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    Maxomunz : Wed 3rd Aug 2011 : 10 years ago

    ME TOOOOO!

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    ScreamingZombie : Wed 3rd Aug 2011 : 10 years ago

    Yeah, If im working on a project, and its a specific tempo, I would like to be able to find loops or accapellas to match.

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    PatriciaEdwards : Wed 3rd Aug 2011 : 10 years ago

    I usually put the specific tempo in the "keyword search" box and it'll bring it up if its there.

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    ChueyForum : Fri 5th Aug 2011 : 10 years ago

    Dosent always work ^^

    I hope looperman gets to see this (:

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    ChueyForum : Fri 5th Aug 2011 : 10 years ago

    It dosent work because, the tempo needs to be in the description or title for it to be a keyword.

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    StarTropix : Fri 5th Aug 2011 : 10 years ago

    I think this is a great idea, and I cannot stress it enough... can't you make the tempo search like the keyword search so it is specific?

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    uberstrat : Fri 5th Aug 2011 : 10 years ago

    I tried the keyword search, I tried typing in 140 bpm and I tried typing in 140 (on its own) and 140 tempo and out of about 10 searches I only had one result. I tried typing in dance 140 bpm and that gave me nothing. Would be nice to see, but there's no rush.

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    PatriciaEdwards : Fri 5th Aug 2011 : 10 years ago

    you guys are right! i was looking for a metronome loop i knew shortbusmusic had and he put the bpm in the desc.

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    alividlife : Fri 5th Aug 2011 : 10 years ago

    Yeah.. This is a great point.. and I hope Shan considers it.

    I mean.. I use ableton so Tempo doesn't matter at all.. IN any way shape or form.
    The only problem is I use Ableton, so it glitches and crashes all the time xD

    But ehh.. this is a great point.. I wanted to simply say that you should consider re-sampling via one of the programs out there.. I mean... If you use fruity .. use the slicer.
    If you use Reason, try the sampler and cut it up.. throw some reverb...

    Ultimately.. if you were to like just FOCUS on the drum track that you took at like 70 BPM and then had it sped up to 140 bpm?.. it will sound really plastic.. but by cleverly replacing your transients via whatever DAW you can do wonders with sound.
    This works especially well doing the opposite, (going from 140 BPM to 70 BPM.)

    But yea..

    Tempo is the least of my worries.. What in the hell is the Key and 5th is all I care abouts.

    Still great point and I endorse this.. perhaps the search function could use the htp code to search for SPECIFIC tempo, and then be 10 BPM up or down from said search.

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