Many music lovers dream of playing music, producing pro-sounding beats and, let’s be honest, impressing friends. For them, Mixvibes has created hundreds of packs inspired by the music that shapes pop culture (from Drake to Daft Punk) that they can use to play beats live or to record a track step by step.
Become a beatmaker in a snap
After creating DJing and music apps, Mixvibes wanted Beat Snap to be the most intuitive app for anyone who loves music. Right from the start, the users will feel like they already know about music making since they can visualize every family of instruments they are playing on the 32 pads. More than playing beats live and adding FX, creating a track ready for sharing is easy thanks to the 4 sequences.
The sound packs inspired by hot tracks and genres give access to unlimited creativity and will give music lovers the feeling of being a beatmaker now.
MAKE BEATS, PLAY LIVE
• Jam on 32 pads.
• Play with 35 kinds of instruments.
• Make beats in seconds thanks to an intuitive design.
RECORD YOUR OWN BEATS
• Record up to 4 sequences, one at a time.
• Use the metronome to play on the beat.
• Loop sequences or play them one after another.
POWERFUL LIVE FX
• 6 live-controllable FX, including Delay and Reverb.
• Launch two FX simultaneously - one on each grid.
• Activate each FX from the grid.
ENTER A WORLD OF SOUND
• Pick your favorite styles among 40 packs (more to come).
• Features packs inspired by songs that shaped pop culture.
• Create pro-sounding tracks with high-quality sounds.
SHARE WITH THE WORLD
• Record your tracks.
• Share them to SoundCloud, via email, cloud or messaging apps.
• Get tips to build your skills in the News section.
Pricing & availability
Beat Snap is available on both iOS and Android.
The app offers weekly and yearly subscription plans to unlock all sound packs already included and to be included in Beat Snap. As Mixvibes is working with many pro sound designers, new sound packs will be available weekly.
Mixvibes has been making music softwares and apps since 1999. It launched the first DJ software and recently has developed Pioneer’s Rekordbox, the standard music management software used in clubs all over the world.