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Pragmabeat includes 4 sequencers to trigger an arsenal of Drums, Percussion and Effects multi-sampled hits, giving you fast, creative and unpredictable ways to arrange your music – all with a single click!
Additionally it sports 4 Lanes to drive tons of Audio Loops, from Acoustic to Designed Drums & Percussion, from Tonal Effects to Monster Earthshaking Impacts
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Note: Requires the full or paid version of Kontakt 5.8.1 or above. It will not work with the free Kontakt player.
PRAGMABEAT can be a very deep library, full of features, but it is also very straightforward if used at its basic functionality. PRAGMABEAT sound structure includes 4 HITS layers (interchangeably called KITS or KIT PIECES) and 4 LOOPS layers. HITS are single sounds that can be sequenced (snare hit, cowbell hit), while LOOPS are pre recorded rhythms that can still be edited and sequenced as well .
The main feature of PRAGMABEAT is the automatic sounds combination and sequence/pattern creation features. At the click of a button (almost literally), drum kits and multi-structured patterns can be generated. Given the massive amount of sounds (HITS and LOOPS) and the randomisation engine capabilities, PRAGMABEAT provides a limitless source of inspiration for any music composer/producer’s rhythmic needs.
HOW DOES PRAGMABEAT WORK?
Pressing C3 on the midi keyboard (or triggering it with a DAW) will activate the 4 HITS sequences and 4 LOOPS at once.
The key-switches C#3, D3 and D#3 will trigger respectively DRUM ROLLS, SNARE FILLS and TOM/SNARE fills.
The key switch E3 triggers selectable Crash Cymbals sounds.
The 4 Key-switches C1, D1, E1 and F1 trigger the 4 HITS sounds that can be played like with a standard drum hits library.
The 4 Key-switches C2, D2, E2 and F2 trigger the 4 LOOPS individually.
The Key-switches from C4 and B5 will trigger the SCENES change. Scenes are PRAGMABEAT combinations of sounds and sequences. When these Key-switches are displayed in several colours (from yellow to red), it means a PROGRESSIVE sequence randomisation has been generated. In this case, the yellow keys will trigger less busy HITS sequences and LOOPS combinations, and each key will trigger a more complex scene, ending with scene 24, which will be the most complex and busiest.