Fairly Confusing Waveforms releases free Beat Assembler for Kontakt

Fairly Confusing Waveforms has launched Beat Assembler, a free drum machine instrument for Native Instruments Kontakt.

Fairly Confusing Waveforms Beat Assembler

This experiment took me a while to complete and it made me scratch my head pretty hard a couple of times. I wanted a drum machine in Kontakt, that wouldn’t be bound to 4/4 signature and standard time grid. Also I wanted to break with table based patterns and have visual presentation more like in a DAW.
Beat Assembler does that and more. It’s a drum machine with sequencer, which can generate automatic program according to preset scheme and set of parameters.

It creates a master pattern which then is being fit into a time-frame, matching current tempo and time signature. The pattern can be quantized to defined grid, which can use a range of unusual note fractions, like 1/5 or 6/11, everything being visualized on the fly. The machine also lets you define time signature manually, so you’re not limited to 4/4 in standalone mode, furthermore allowing some irrational settings like 4/3 or 5/7. So, if you like to experiment with strange percussion patterns, you may enjoy this one.

Beat Assembler is a free download for Kontakt 4 or higher, full version.

More information: Fairly Confusing Waveforms / Beat Assembler

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