Beat Bars asks for your help in reviewing its latest product idea.
By completing this survey, you will help us learn how we can continue to deliver value to music creators, drummers.
We hope to facilitate your work, and for this we need the help of music industry specialists.
What is your music profile?
Weekend amateur musician
What type of music genres are you interested in?
R&B / Soul
Hip-Hop / Rap
Rock / Metal
Folk / World
Cinematic / Orchestral
How do you create / program rhythms currently?
On pads / keyboard
Piano roll / step sequencer
Recording live drums, converting to MIDI and external samples
Electronic drum kit
Analog drum machines (or digital emulators)
Modern dedicated tools (e.g. NI Maschine, Ableton Push)
Processing ready-made loops
Dedicated software for supporting the entire process (specify below which software)
What format of instrument plug-ins do you use?
NKS (NI Kontakt)
This varies, I have no preference.
I don’t know it, it's too complicated.
What plug-ins / instruments do you use for sounds?
Toontrack EZDrummer 2
XLN Addictive Drums
NI Studio Drummer
AirMusic Strike 2
Steven Slate Drums
Platinum Samples Ocean Way Drums
Audio Assault Druminator
Sonivox Big Bang Universal Drums
This varies, depending on my needs
Do you use MIDI, and if so, how?
Yes, I always use it - it's a standard.
I sometimes use when the software requires it.
No, I do not like working with MIDI.
I would like to, but it is too difficult for me.
I use it without going into technical details.
I've heard something about it, but I’m not very familiar with it.
Do you edit drum loops, patterns?
No, I don’t.
I edit them many times.
I would edit them if it was easier.
Drum Mapping (MIDI drum notes):
This is simple for me.
I do not need it.
It is a difficult issue.
I would like to be able to do it with one click.
I’m not familiar with this.
How do you create most often?
I process purchased or free loops.
I create my own rhythms from the very beginning.
I combine one with the other.
Is it easy to make changes in drum programming?
Do you buy ready-to-use MIDI loops / patterns?
I buy them systematically, I am satisfied with the quality.
I buy them, but I edit them afterwards.
No, I do not buy them.
Would you like the software to support multi-level loops?
Does the layout of a step sequencer suit you (with individual drums in separate rows)?
Yes, it is simple and understandable.
I'm used to it, I don’t know if I would like to change it.
No, I do not like it, but there is no other way.
I'd like to try something new.
I don’t know what this question is about.
In the tracks you create, are the tempos:
In the tracks you create, is time signature (measure):
What kind of sounds of samples are you looking for?
Natural - real drums.
Synthesized / processed - drum machines.
Do you exchange music, created loops on music forums / groups?
Yes, this is a fundamental thing.
Yes, it is a good source of ready-made loops for exchanging.
Yes, I like to show my work, the opinion of others is important to me. I like to get feedback.
I would like to, but most of the shared material on music forums / groups is at a low level.
No, I do not like to share my compositions.
No, it does not interest me.
What colour (theme) of the software do you prefer?
How much money are you able to spend on an application for creating beats?
$50 - $99
I do not want to pay for such applications.
What else do you think would be useful for you in creating beats? What would make it easier for you to work on music?
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