Acoustica Beatcraft - Revolutionizing Drum Recording
Acoustica Beatcraft is an exclusive drum software application for both professionals and beginners alike. Its intuitive interface makes drum making fast, while still enabling your limitless creativity to flow through. With the powerful Soundbooth hardware integration you can input any drum sample or pad pattern into the software, and instantly play with it in real time. Using onboard editing facilities, the software lets you arrange and mix any kind of rhythm or pad pattern and then save it as a customised template for playing on any hardware in the future.
There are a few ways to get this amazing drum software. First and foremost you can visit the official website, download the product and install it onto your computer. If you're using windows XP, simply right click on the downloaded file, select properties and then click on the "install" tab. Next you will need to go to Start > Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs and double click on the Acoustica Beatcraft icon. Finally, if you're using the new Microsoft windows 10 operating system - simply right click on your Acoustica Beatcraft icon, select properties, then click uninstall.
Although there is an extensive library of over 400 drum samples and sounds, all of them have been compressed to fit just under 40MB. The library also includes a number of percussion instruments including cymbals, percussion, slaps, congas, maracas, bells and more. A very powerful feature of Acoustica Beatcraft 1.02 build 19 is the inclusion of drum libraries, which allows you to save a single drum sound and load it up at a later stage. This feature is extremely useful when recording drum music as you can then refer back to a specific'Drum Reference' to locate and play that particular drum part, allowing you to create new drum parts and alter existing ones without having to sit through the entire drum loop again. There are a number of sample sounds included as well. You can import these into any compatible digital audio workstation and save them for further uses.