“You can arrange full songs with just use your computer keyboard. You don’t need any other controllers, any other drums, or any other virtual instruments. You can sequence here. You’ve got your sound banks here. You can mix here. It’s everything you need to get started and go a long way!”
Dallas Austin, 2X Grammy Winning Artist, Songwriter, Producer and Senior Vice President, A&R for Island Records
Sequence beats in just 5 minutes. Use your computer keypads to tap out a quick beat or connect your MIDI keyboard.
Produce anything from simple beats to full songs with rhythm, harmony and melody. Quickly create and build upon patterns using any combination of preset sounds, samples you load or from any samples you record. BTV has plenty of professional creative features to speed up your workflow like variable bar length, swing and quantize all adjustable on a individual track basis. The software has a 16 track sequencer and can be played like an instrument which allows you to build your production at the speed of your imagination and hear it play back in realtime.
Watch Grammy winning producer Rockwilder’s initial reaction to the award-winning Core library that comes with BTV Software.
Edit your patterns, entire kits or instruments, tweak individual samples or customize preset effects. Record new samples, keyspan, autochop, and apply editing tools to craft brand new instruments.
BTV allows you to Edit your project as fast as you can lay it down. Easily swap out or edit each sample in your kit or instrument. Apply effects adjust the mix or even perform more advanced nondestructive sample editing without interrupting your creative flow.
with a preset you can keyspan any sound across the pads to create new amazing instruments in seconds! The difference between Kit Mode and Instrument Mode is that in instrument mode the effects and parameters you adjust are applied globally across the pads, since you are creating a playable instrument. Want to create a new 8 octave instrument with a choir sample you loaded? Or maybe you want to layer 3 synths, a hit, and a sub-bass from the BTV library and create a new mega-synth? Do it all with ease in Instrument Mode. Just drag the samples to the pads, add layers if you want, and select how many octaves you want the instrument spanned across. Instrument Mode makes creating your own incredible instruments and crafting your own signature sound easier than ever before.
You’ll notice onscreen icons that help you see what a standard kit looks like. You can easily get creative and mix things up. Enter Quick Kit Edit mode where you can drag and drop to replace sounds on each pad or easily adjust the parameters of each sound! Whether you’re choosing from the massive sample library that comes with BTV or you’re importing all your own sounds (even thousands at a time), you’ll build kits faster than ever. Simply open any sample folder and drag the sound you like to any pad. The sound combinations are truly limitless! Once you start mixing and matching samples, you’ll find endless inspiration as you start to develop your own sound!
BTV Software is often commended for it’s straight forward sampling capabilities. Quickly and easily capture or load samples 16 or 24-bit .WAV or .AIFF files. With built in autochop and keyspanning features you can easily turn any sample you can capture into an instrument you can play. Edit your samples on-the-fly with clear waveform view. Set sample start and end points, Reverse, Timestretch, Trim, Normalize, Amplify, Pitch Shift and more.
Adjust Pitch, Pan, Cutoff, and Resonance per Sound. Tweak Attack, Decay, Sustain, and Release of any sample. Quickly access your effects to get fast preview of your global effects sends. Choose from phasers, flangers, coil and old vinyl effects, reverbs, delays and more. Add instant compression, limiting, EQ, and more to your tracks.
Easily arrange your patterns into full radio-ready songs complete with intros, choruses, verses and drops either on-the fly with real-time export or using the built in linear pattern-based sequencer in Song Mode… Read more…