Intua is set to release Beatmaker 3, a DAW for iOS, on July 15.
Beatmaker 3 by Intua allows you to capture the energy of live performance with a full DAW experience on a mobile platform.
Along with a host of workflow upgrades, Beatmaker 3 promises better integration with other IOS music software.
Features include: Loops and powerful, high quality instruments, seamless interaction with hardware MIDI instruments via a high power sampling engine including realtime time stretching and pitch shifting, live performance, remixing and sketching with scene mode and import/export soundpacks for building a library of sounds.
A versatile production facility in its own right Beatmaker 3 has a traditional step sequencer, multi layered sampler as well as a bunch of effects that you’d expect from a DAW, including delays, reverbs, bit crusher and stereo widening capability.
These features make a pretty formidable package for flexible recording and performing with mobility.
Check out the Intua website for more info.
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