amazing, amazing app -- worth every penny and then some.
++ to these great suggestions ealier:
1) pattern grouping - big efficiency gain to organize patterns in a group which can then be copy / pasted, ie i want to play this group of 6 patterns that is 4 bars long for 8 more measures; imo, the biggest single efficiency gain I can see the app could make
2) pattern naming - hard to find which pattern is which when you've put the 40-pattern song down a couple weeks and come back
3) keyboard controller for pitch sequencing - even if it were only a few keys, it would be a big gain over the current pitch edit UI
4) ability to play just current pattern when editting a pattern
5) extend current noise.io integration to support other 3rd party apps - i believe noise.io has an SDK which they are looking to license to others like Randgrid; that seems backward to me -- it seems BeatMaker could define an interface that other 3P apps could write to, then those apps user communities would lobby their fave apps to integrate w/ Beatmaker. if Beatmaker licensed the SDK to them ... $
of course more pads would be grand too, but i assume this is a memory/processor limitation more than anything; i've run out of memory uploading kits of 16 samples
again, an amazing app, best $ ever spent in app store, ever.
a Button called "Pitch Mode". You select a pad and only play this pad on a scale on all 16 pads. just for recodings melodies much easier
Pad Pitch: Sample on Pad 1 can be placed on all 16, but pitched
Just a few things I'd like to see added...
1.) Preview Sample
2.) 16 Levels (Pitch, Velocity*, Tune, and Filter) *16 fixed velocities and/or user editable
3.) 16 Track Pad Mixer (all independent...own fx/filter, etc.)
4.) BeatPack Windows Mobile .cab. WIFI and/or Bluetooth sync between iPod/iPhone.