Beat Making App

UVI releases ElectroBeats, conceived in collaboration with David Guetta      26/11/10
UVI tell us that ElectroBeats is a very intuitive beat making application conceived in collaboration with worldwide renowned and most demanded producer David Guetta. Here's all the details directly from UVI...
Right away, you'll create great sounding beats thanks to a powerful real-time approach and an impressive sound library.
EXCLUSIVE: included the sounds from David Guetta's new single "Who's That Chick" featuring Rihanna.
ELECTROBEATS FEATURES
  • Realtime workflow experience with sixteen pads and five different modes: Pad, Pitch, Velocity, Erase, Mute/Solo.
  • Exclusive and electro oriented sound library, with hundreds of samples including Bass Drum, Snare, Clap, Rimshot, Cymbal, Hi-Hat, Open Hi-Hats, Acoustic Percussion, Electronic Percussion, FX, Bass, Chords, Leads, Instruments, Vox...
  • Two sound generators: sample playback and synthesis oscillator.
  • Dozens of ready to use drum and construction kits.
  • Hundreds of patterns to use with the drum kits.
  • Note Repeat in multiple resolutions.
  • Dynamically change the quantize/repeat resolution while recording: the key to build beats very fast.
  • Default quantization for instant gratification.
  • Save and share your tracks using iTunes.
  • Bounce song in Wav format.
  • Multitrack export for use in sequencers like Logic™, Live™, ProTools™, Cubase™ and many more.
  • Tap Tempo.
  • Realtime previews (pattern, kits and sounds).
  • Convenient undo with snapshots support.
  • Embedded help in English, French, Spanish and Japanese.
Pricing and Availability:
$9.99, 7.99 Euro More information:

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