Ueberschall releases Looptool, Elastik 2 library

Ueberschall Looptool

Ueberschall has announced the release of Looptool, a 4 GB sound library for the new Elastik 2 sample player.

In order to take the Elastik player to the next level, Ueberschall has teamed up with zplane.development ( zplane.de ). Together they have come up with Elastik 2, freshly designed to match all future needs for working with loops and samples.

Apart from its new graphic interface, Elastik 2 offers a whole new range of desirable features: The self-explanatory browser, designed for fast access to any loaded sound libraries. Browser features: The multiple filter search function allows quickly to find sounds. Prelisten the whole library content in-sync to host tempo and tag favorite samples.

The central Loopeye surface focuses all attention on the loop. All editing is now done inside the Loopeye. Within Loopeye you can record all cursor movements for automation purposes. Above that, Elastik 2 features a sequence mode. Slice up your loop and access an unmatched multitude of editing features for each part – on the fly.

Due to the advanced architecture of the élastique pro algorithm by zplane.development, realtime sync-to-host is an integral part of Elastik 2. It also provides highest sound quality and CPU-friendly processing. A random replacement function is a ground breaking feature to create new loops and sounds. Elastik 2 now offers a completely dynamic zoom function to resize its window format.

The Looptool Elastik 2 sound bank for PC and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS) is available to purchase for 49 EUR.

More information: Ueberschall / Looptool

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Website states 49,- Euronen.


Isn’t free! “Available for 49,- Euro”.


just checked out the demo today, not much real info on this product out there like if you can load in samples and timestretch on the fly with it? how it finds loop bpm’s before stretching or compressing to fit host bpm…. would love a real review of this thing instead of just a repeat of whats on the info lacking website.