Many people around the world have now used Beatmaker by Intua for the iPhone and iPod Touch. It can do way more than was originally able, such as being able to tune one sound up and down across a pattern creating a Piano Roll function.
But, as like everything else, after a while, you want more. This list is short as not to be unrealistic.
-Couple more effects including Distortion.
-More refined EQ with 6 Bands.
Ability to use small drum synth on each pad, instead of relying solely on .wav and .aiff samples for composition.
-A SECOND BANK allowing for 32 samples for each project.
These features would really expand the Capabilities one would have using Beatmaker. I included a video of me making a little beat in Beatmaker a while back…wonder what we will be doing with Beatmaker a year from now?
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