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Nasty Looper
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Nasty Looper - Groovebox
Nasty Looper is a drum machine / groovebox offering vast possibilities.

Nasty Looper has 16 pad cells that you may load with 16 or 24-bit .wav samples, map into your MIDI Controller for further writing on the Piano Roll of your DAW. Almost Every parameter of Nasty Looper may be mapped into a MIDI Controller control, providing yourself the possibility of perform Live and Improvised sessions very quickly.

Nasty Looper has a built in Break Sequencer up to 128 steps. Whitin 128 steps you can choose any to create a silence in the current pattern sequencing build.

The last 4 Pad cells are introduced for loops. These cells can play you any loop just by configuring the beats number. (eg: 16bars = 64 beats). Here you can also tweak start and end adj, delay, and filter stepper among other controls.

It also counts with a fancy built in Synth and a Brickwall Limiter preventing clips during Live performance and comes with a demo soundbank provided by beatassist.eu, loopmasters.com and VIPsoundlab.

The first 12 pad cells have:
  • Reverse.
  • Mute.
  • Loop.
  • Tone / Pitch.
  • Start / End ad.
  • Low pass and High Pass filters.
  • Filter Stepper.
  • Arp Tune Stepper.
  • Pan / Volume.
  • Delay.
  • Pattern Sequencer (up to 64 steps)
  • Mix / Booth control for PFL using an external mixer
  • Configurable Choke group.
  • MIDI player for playing MIDI files.


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  V 1.0


 

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Mar 04 2016
  Ctho
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  3  / 5
OI, we don't all use HD screens you know, how about a version with a smaller GUI for those of us who don't? otherwise it's next to useless
beatassisteu
Mar 08 2016
Yes I agree... next version will be smaller..anyway.. I believe that if you use more than 1024x768 will be ok!!! Yet, I agree some laptops are basic on resolution! : )
Ctho
Mar 31 2016
I'm using 1366x768, the highest my laptop screen allows, in FL Studio with it detatched to see above the DAWs GUI and it's still too big to see properly, and it's just as bad in Reaper aswell. If you made the gui halfway between 800x600 and 1024x768 then it would be useable
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Feb 21 2016
  Marc
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  ?  / 5
How can I use patterns B, C, and D? It seems like I can only use pattern A.
beatassist.eu
Feb 24 2016
Use the up and down arrow buttons where it says "steps" or the pop up menu right at side, that shows the number of active steps selected.
Marc
Feb 27 2016
Great! Now, if I want to hear only Pattern C in a loop, how is that accomplished?
beatassist.eu
Feb 29 2016
You cant.. probably on next version.. sorry!
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Oct 07 2015
  PunisherX
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  ?  / 5
This is really great I like it much more than FL Studios FPC. It works with my AKAI MPD26 very easy to map the samples. Still figuring out how to work the rest no one has put up a tutorial yet up on YouTube.
beatassist.eu
Oct 20 2015
You can find some handy tutorials at www.beatassist.eu.. You just need flash plugin installed on your browser.
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Apr 10 2015
  Ebin Bear
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  5  / 5
A hell of a lot better than a lot of the other drum programs I've tried. Anybody know how to get this working with a program like reaper though? Specifically, how do I map the pads to the piano roll?
beatassist.eu
Oct 20 2015
After mapping the pad cells to a MIDI controller, the note assinged on the controller will be the same note on the piano roll. All you need is a MIDI controller and map the pad cells.
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Mar 29 2015
  Cesar Nova
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  3  / 5
like it ;)
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Mar 24 2015
  RayGarfield
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  5  / 5
Hi there. How do I create a loop? When I press on "start engine" only the first pad (base drum) is played. All the others are just played when I use the pattern fill mode. So except for the first pad, the other drums can only be played as a continous pattern, so every bar is just the same. E.g. I can't choose the 2nd pad to appear in every 2nd bar only. Can someone help me? Or is there any tutorial out there so I can get the basics?
Bumblebee
Mar 28 2015
On Beatassist.eu website there are video tutorials that explain how to do a step pattern. Make sure each pad is set on pattern A so each pad goes on the same bar (like all pads on the first bar). Also adjust the number of steps you want to step record.
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Mar 04 2015
  Bongani Tunywa
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  ?  / 5
mmmmh this is Dope
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Feb 17 2015
  wow!
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  5  / 5
Holy shit, this thing is amazing!
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Jan 22 2015
  Bumble Bee
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  5  / 5
Combination MPC with a TR step sequencer! I've seen the tutorial videos on their website. It looks very easy to run the program once you get the hang of it. There's no pdf manual. One question, where's the swing function? Anyway, this plugin is sweet!!! THE ULTIMATE GROOVEBOX!!!
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Jan 21 2015
  TheE
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  4  / 5
Great machine, but a manual would be useful.
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Jan 19 2015
  Karma_tba
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  5  / 5
Wow lots of work put in here. I like it a lot but wish there was a manual. The vids are cool but I a dummy!
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Jan 18 2015
  Roman
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  5  / 5
The cool thing. Waited a very long time, and something like that was free of charge. In general super plugin.
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