Novation Gives Sound Collective Members Free UJAM Beatmaker EDEN Plugin Instrument

Get UJAM’s Beatmaker EDEN plugin for free, and a 30% discount off the Hiphop-Bundle (Beatmaker Hustle and Beatmaker Dope) from 6 June to 1 August.  

Novation has revealed the latest offer for members of its Sound Collective community: the availability of UJAM’s Beatmaker EDEN plugin for free, and a 30% discount off the Hiphop-Bundle (Beatmaker Hustle and Beatmaker Dope) from 6 June to 1 August.

Beatmaker EDEN is a one-stop shop for the creation of punchy, floor-filling electronic drum tracks. With five drum kits onboard, 25 MIDI-triggered styles of 24 song parts each, a powerful under-the-hood mixing console, 16 MIDI-triggered one-shot instruments per kit, mod wheel-controlled ‘drummer’ intensity, filter and reverb effects, sidechain pumping and much more, it gives beginners and experienced producers alike everything they need to build instantly effective dance music beats.

Key Features

  • Create instant host-synchronised beats from your Launchpad or MIDI keyboard
  • 5 mix-ready drum kits
  • 25 Styles, each comprising 24 song parts (Intro, Verse, Chorus, Fill, etc)
  • Trigger patterns and one-shot drum sounds
  • Double or halve the tempo at a click, and dial in swing
  • 6 mixer presets with variable application amount
  • Tweak Volume, Decay and Pitch for every instrument
  • Mod wheel intensity control
  • Kick Pump slider for sidechain compression-style pumping
  • Filter and reverb effects
  • Kick/snare fade control tied to keyboard pitch wheel
  • Compatible with VST/AU/AAX plugin hosts

Beatmaker EDEN sells for $49, but Sound Collective members can get it for free from 6 June to 1 August. Throughout the same period, they can also claim 30% off UJAM’s Hiphop-Bundle, taking in the bass music-orientated Beatmaker Hustle, and the hip-hop styled Beatmaker Dope.

To join Sound Collective, simply register any Novation product, then look out for a new offer every couple of months.

Web: https://novationmusic.com/sound-collective

Learn more about making hip hop and other styles with thousands of tutorial videos on DAWs, composition, recording and production: https://ask.audio/academy?nleloc=new-releases

Hollin Jones was classically trained as a piano player but found the lure of blues and jazz too much to resist. Graduating from bands to composition then production, he relishes the chance to play anything with keys. A sometime lecturer in videographics, music production and photography post production, Hollin has been a freelance w... Read More

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