May 29, 2018 - Accusonus Inc , developers of music software tools based on artificial intelligence technology and makers of the critically-acclaimed beat-making plug-in Regroover, announce the immediate release of Beatformer, an all-in-one beat sculpting plug-in for the modern beat maker.
Beatformer allows users to effortlessly shape their beats, without compromising their character and musicality. You can use Beatformer in every beat track, whether you want transparent or extreme sound manipulation. The plug-in has four intuitive controls (Boom, Punch, Squash, and Air) that offer powerful digital signal processing in a delicate design. With more than a dozen high-quality algorithms under the hood, Beatformer opens up a wide range of musical beat shaping possibilities.
“At Accusonus, we believe that as technology is evolving beat making must become more intuitive and inspiring. Music creation is all about creativity and when our users are ‘in the zone,’ they need fast workflows,” says Alex Tsilfidis, CEO of Accusonus. “With Beatformer we offer advanced technology in an intuitive user interface. This allows us to facilitate the fast workflows of our users but at the same time to preserve character and musicality. We think of Beatformer as the perfect companion to Regroover, our flagship drum loop un-mixing plug-in.”
Use Beatformer to:
- Glue your drum mix together
- Bring energy into over-processed loops
- Easily enhance your beat’s dynamics
- Add color and personal character to your beats
- Add substance to thin sounds
- Instantly transform the sound of your beats
Price and Availability
Beatformer (AU, VST, AAX 64-bit Mac & VST, AAX 64-bit Win) is immediately available at in intro price of $79 (regularly $99).
Accusonus builds next-generation audio repair and music creation software. We think that audio repair should be fast, simple and accessible to everyone. We believe that computers are ideal tools for jamming, inspiring, and creating the sound of the future. We develop our own patented machine learning and artificial intelligence technology in order to enable previously unimaginable sound processing workflows. Accusonus is based in Massachusetts (USA) and in Athens/Patras Greece.