I was wondering if there is any method of organizing these loops by rhythm? The names for these loops, while necessary, do not tell us a THING about the loop. I find it like wading through mud, listening to all these (GREAT) loops, looking for the one with the bass drum pattern that hits the downbeat of 1, the upbeats of 3 and 4, for instance. It would be so great if there were a way to view the rhythmic content of a loop (say just the kicks, snares and hats)short of putting this stuff into the sequence ourselves) so that you could look them over and say, "THAT ONE!" instead of this hit and miss examination of all these loops. It's taking me eons just to create a drum track that fits and doesn't sound like a group of loops. This songs has breaks and spots where there's just a kick, cymbal and snare accenting spots. I'm watching the tutorials and slowly things are sinking in. I'm sure 90% of this complaint is pilot error. I'm able to drag and drop now, but I'm still having problems just accessing a good sound and making it do what I want it to do rhythmically. I guess doing it with a kit and midi will probably be the best way. If any of you have any suggestions w/regard to this post, please fire away. Thanks. RMX rocks! I love it, but right now it's like swimming in the Pacific. I don't EVEN know what I've gotten myself into.