Sound Expansions For iPhone's BeatMaker

Sinevibes announces Bass, Rhythm and Synth sets for Intua BeatMaker      09/09/09

Sound Expansions For iPhone's BeatMaker


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Sinevibes has announced Bass, Rhythm and Synth Sound Expansions for BeatMaker. Here's what they have to say...
In the past 40 years, music production has evolved enormously, and the latest great step in this evolution is the BeatMaker running on Apple's astonishing iPhone and iPod touch. What used to be available only to high-profile studios just a few decades ago can now fit into your pocket – never before making music was so amazing and so accessible. However, it's not only the technologies that allow people to bring their musical ideas to life anywhere they go: they obviously need high-quality and original sound materials to start with.
The BeatMaker Sound Expansions from Sinevibes deliver exactly that: a wide variety of fresh and unique instruments, loops and kits for modern electronic music styles. Now, you can instantly turn your mobile device into a full-blown, professional music workstation, with quick access to all sounds you need no matter when and where inspiration strikes.
  • Bass includes analog and digital synth bass sounds. Contents: 25 multisampled instruments, 100 individual samples.
  • Rhythm includes kicks, snares, claps, hats, drums, toms, shakers, hats, scratches, glitches, noises, lo-fi sounds, acoustic percussion, vocoder, special effects, etc. Contents: 18 rhythm kits, 20 loops, 204 individual samples.
  • Synth includes synth sounds, bells, hits and chords. Contents: 10 multisampled instruments, 30 single sounds, 70 individual samples.
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