Output Support

Play Mode and Browse Mode

Play Mode

The Play Mode is where you can play a Kit without getting too far into the details.


Here you have the four macro sliders and access to all navigation buttons that take you elsewhere in the instrument.

Access the Play mode at any time by clicking the keyboard icon in the Global Nav Play_button.png

The Browser

ARCADE’s Browser is where you search for, preview, download, and access all sounds.

When you load ARCADE onto a track, you’ll first arrive in the browser. Here you can choose to load a Kit or start building your own by dragging Loops onto the keyboard. You can access the browser by clicking the Browser button Browse_Button.png on the Global Nav.

The Browser is divided into four main sections: Feed, Lines, Everything, Your Stuff
The Feed is a selection of content curated for you. Here you can see all the newest content available for download, check out what's trending across Arcade users, and find a selection of kits we think you'll enjoy. 
Lines are categories used to group sounds of a common theme or musical purpose. Lines can be a great starting point for any sound searching. 

Each line is filled with an ever-expanding library of meticulously crafted loop collections known as KITS. Each Kit contains 15 loops, optimized for maximum impact with black key modifiers, macros, FX and modulation. You can think of these as Arcade presets.

When you find the kit you want, click the download button and load it up. Or, click the “Download All” button up top if you’d prefer to have the entire Line ready to go.



The Everything tab gives you access to all of Arcade's sounds. Use the tags at the top to narrow your search, or use the search bar to find exactly what you're looking for. You can sort by New, Old, or alphabetically.

The Kits/Samples toggle allows you to search between all available Kits, or each Arcade Sample individually. Download and drag a Sample directly to the keyboard to build a Kit right away.


Check out Your Stuff to effortlessly browse through all the sounds you've downloaded, including Kits, Custom Kits, Favorite Kits, and all the custom Samples you've added to Arcade.

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