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    I used the trial for Sounds.com but wasn't really impressed by the interface and how things are downloaded, it feels a bit wonky. It is nice that once the sounds are downloaded it shows up in my MK3.

    Splice is easier for me to use, however I don't like when you download sounds that splice puts each one in it's own separate folder. I'm sure there's a work around for this though.

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    I like splice because of the interface and it seems easier to find what your looking for

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    splice

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    I personally use ADSR to organize my samples, looppacks and even sound FX since I do video production as well and it's FREE!! Tries to autotag sounds based on the filenames and of course u can add or change the current tags...

    From what I hear it's similar to Loopcloud but you don't have to sign up for anything, just install and go...

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    Last edited by Lord Rakim; 01-17-2020 at 06:28 AM.

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    I just found out about splice a week or two ago. I create everything from scratch. When I get the funds im going to check splice out.

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