Accusonus has announced a major update to the beat production plug-in Regroover. Based on patented Machine Learning technology, Regroover is designed to do what no other software or hardware can do: it un-mixes audio loops into previously unreachable stems and enables new beat making workflows. Regroover 1.7 further expands the creative possibilities, featuring instant drag and drop of audio samples or beat patterns to the DAW along with a set of new drum shaping effects.
New features include:
- Extract any sample (or loop) layer via simple drag and drop (Pro only).
- Create and extract new beat variations in real-time by moving "Layer Markers" (Pro only).
- Enhanced export menu options, including several pattern/layer mixdown options (Pro only).
- New unique Transient Shaper optimized for beat processing (Pro only).
- New analog-inspired Saturator (Pro only).
- New Stereo Enhancer for every layer (Essential and Pro).
- Improved compressor and gate effects (Essential and Pro).
- Better Presonus Studio One Integration (Essential and Pro).
New Features Video: youtu.be/vD7iendc9GA
Price and Availability:
- Regroover Pro (AU, VST, AAX for Win and Mac) is immediately available at $219.
- Regroover Essential (AU, VST, AAX for Win and Mac) is immediately available at $99.
Regroover Expansion Packs
Accusonus also announced the release of two new loop and one-shot sample expansion packs for Regroover:
- The FRACTALS pack is full of high energy, carefully crafted EDM sounds & loops. Processed beats & crispy synth sounds combined with pitched vocals and catchy bass lines. The FRACTALS pack includes 10 kits and 100 drum loops, packed in self contained Regroover projects that can be instantly exported to high-quality WAV files.
- The SPASM Pack is a "Berlin meets UK" techno collection: Four on the floor beats, dance-inspired loops showcasing the latest club trends across EU. SPASM includes 10 kits and 100 drum loops with 100 self-contained Regroover projects that can be instantly exported to high-quality WAV files.
Both packs were designed by John Valasis for accusonus and cost $49 each.