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Average rating: 4.1 out of 5
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Rating: a professional user from USA writes:
Well, it's a great way to sync beats for samplers and trackers and such.

Its also fun for junglizing breaks and making freaky beats out of miscellanious

sounds. Really, why would you rather sit there with your tracker, sweating

out how to make this beat fit this beat using shittily-implemented

tuning controls whose effect won't always translate perfectly to other players

for the most part (for disk writing and such), when you can just make a user

bank in Hammerhead with all the beats and just stream them all to disk one by

one at the exact same BPM!

While I agree that the onboard sounds leave quite a bit to be desired

(although they truly aren't just samples from an MC-303), and the limit of 6

user samples gets annoying, when was the last time you got a pretty damn

usable program that generally doesn't crash and does what it's supposed to do

for FREE? I'm impressed with it enough that I'll definately register V2.0 if

it's shareware.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:36
Elvin Morales a professional user from USA writes:
Well the HammerHead is very good for starters, to get a more defined idea of what a measure is all about, I think for the DJ who wants to start remixing and or going into production its a very usefull tool, besides DJ`s will get a better understanding on the basics of sampling, looping and frecuencies importance. It`s not gonna make you get that record deal, but hey, you never know.....

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:36
Hydra a part time user from Sweden writes:
HammerHead 1.0 is cool. it's Gr8 for saveing drum rythems that's just in your brain and pumping base it's Free it's Easy to use it's has Bad sampel quality, every thing can't be 100% u can use your own sounds u can export to wave files / and later on get Delay/Reverb, etc on the loop u can get userbanks on my site

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:36
Rommel Carrera a professional user from Philippines writes:
KEWL If I had known about this before, I would have spent my $500 on beer instead of on the Roland grub-box.

Shit-easy to use. Sounds great. You can put in your own samples, too. Then save the shit-hot breakbeats as .wav files.

And it's freeeeeeee !! Fucking infinite bang for the buck

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 04:57
Jeffrey Abshire a part-timer user from USA writes:
It's a nice toy, extremely limited, but a nice toy nonetheless. It's good for experimenting with different beats, but not for actually making anything. Not a serious tool.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Monday-Aug-03-1998 at 12:22
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