Beat Burner Gets You Cookin'

Sound mangling for PC VSTi from GForce      04/07/03

Beat Burner Gets You Cookin'
GForce Beat Burner - Hot Stuff

GForce are the people responsible for the well received Oddity , the VSTi version of the Arp Odyssey (see review) and now, in partnership with Code Audio, they have announced the release of the BeatBurner VSTi for PC. They Say
BeatBurner VSTi uses innovative wave shaping and filtration methods to turn innocent drum beats, loops or sounds into new, fresh and vibrant audio parts for you to incorporate into your musical arrangements. BeatBurner VSTi comes with a myriad of sample loops to get you started but it doesn't stop there, you can mangle, whittle or process any sound you want! Full automation and preset morphing means there are literally no limits to the soundscapes you can create. BeatBurner VSTi features include:
  • VSTi compatibility
  • Full VST automation of all parameters
  • 5 Phat Filters
  • Envelope Modulation
  • Intuitive User Interface
  • Built-in Sample Library
  • Pattern morphing
  • Enveloped, LFO Controlled and User 'Drawable' Filters
  • MIDI Learn - for all knobs and sliders
  • 10 Sample slots - allowing easy switching between samples
  • Built-in effects - Delay, Flanger and Distortion
  • Sync to host - run any number of BeatBurners in parallel
  • Selective randomisation - user selectable randomise features BeatBurner is available now through all good retailers for £49.95 ($79.95)

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