Audiomodern

Audiomodern has announced the release of Playbeat, a Creative Groove Randomizer plugin, for macOS, Windows, and iOS, that generates unique beats and patterns for you.

Load, or drag-n-drop your own sounds and Generate up to four patterns simultaneously to get Polyrhythms. No Two Patterns will Ever be the Same. That's because there is an infinite number of different possible combinations.

Endlessly Variable, Endlessly Interesting, Playbeat has been designed to promote music creation both in studio & live performance with a simple and convenient user interface.

Features:

  • VST/VST3/AU/AAX/iOS & Standalone.
  • Generate Random Grooves.
  • Syncs to Host tempo.
  • Infinity Mode for Each Channel.
  • Number of notes generated.
  • Advanced Probability Engine.
  • Load or Drag -n- Drop any Sample.
  • MIDI Controllable.
  • x64 & x32-bit Compatible.
  • Quick Load Preset Section.
  • Quantization settings.
  • Quick-Copy to Channel.
  • Customizable Sequence Range.
  • Assign Presets to Quick-Load Section.
  • No Two Patterns will Ever be the Same.
  • The only Plugin available of its Kind.

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Requirements:

  • Mac OS X 10.12 or higher.
  • Windows 7 or higher.
  • At least 50 MB of free drive space.
  • Reliable internet connection for download delivery and product activation.
  • Allows for activation on three (3) computers per serial code.

Intro Price: € 39.00 / $42.90 until October 20th, 2019, at audiomodern.com and in the KVR Marketplace (Reg. €49).

The iOS version is currently $ 6.99.

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