WNAMM09: Beat Kangz Beat Thang Brand New Beat Machine

Straight Outta Nashville      27/01/09

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7:9 mins

Not often you see a new drum machine, especially from an independent company, and not usually one with so many features. Still in prototype stage and under development the Beat Thang is the lovechild of Beat Kangz Electronics - a collective of producers and artists fronted by AJA Emanuel (not Emamuel – gotta love NAMM badge spelling) "who understand both the technology and the needs of the urban and dance music community".
  • Sampling with onboard waveform editing
  • Over 3000 Blazin' Brand new sounds designed by The Beat Kangz
  • 16 Track MIDI sequencer
  • 500 production ready Platinum beats and loops created by The Beat Kangz
  • Sleek design and styling with customizable "Paintz" and "Grillz"
  • Convenient, light-weight portable design with internal rechargable battery
  • USB In & Out
  • Pitch and Mod Wheels
  • On Board FX including Reverb, Delay, Automated Filters and tons of Crazy "Freak FX" including "Chopped and Screwed"!!!!
  • On Board "Mo Bang" Mastering with EQ and Limiting
  • 256 MB Ram standard
  • 2 High Speed SD Card Slots
  • Export Beats to a Mac or PC
  • Very Easy to USE!!! More top Secret Features and Surprises that we dont want our sleezy, thieving corporate competitors to know.... but we'll tell ya soon!
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