Beatbuddy with MIDI Maestro Pedalboard for a Drummer in a Pedal

by Singularsound is adding a new to the arsenal in the Maestro. I sat down and talked about these items at . We also got a great demonstration on how they work.

What is Beatbuddy

This is a personal . It adds when you are practicing, doing a solo gig, playing in a band, and more. With the 2-button adapter, you can add stops, and accent sounds such as cymbal crashes or hand claps to the pedal. With the MIDI software, you can setup your pedal for your shows, or even create beats for original songs.

What is MIDI Maestro

This is a MIDI that can do more than just control your Beatbuddy. Set up guitar effects, lighting, or anything else that can be MIDI controlled. The mushroom buttons also help those musicians who play barefoot stomp down on buttons.

MIDI Masestro will be available in May for $249. Beatbuddy starts at $289, with the BeatBuddy mini at $99. Get Beatbuddy here or through the SingularSound website.

 

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