Beat Machine 2 VST Free Download – Crack Windows & Mac

Beat Machine 2 Crack is a completely brand new Hip-Hop drum machine VST/AU plugin for MAC or PC. This has been specifically designed for producers who require the huge range of Hip Hop drum sounds made famous over the last 30 years. All 600 kits are already pre-mixed and eq’ed to improve your beatmaking workflow.

Download Links

Windows Crack (mirror download): BeatMachine2.1.5.VSTi.WIN_R2R.rar / link 2

MacOS Crack(mirror download): BeatMachine2.1.5.VSTi.OSX_R2R.rar / link 2

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System Requirement

  • Windows 7, 8, 10 (64-bit only)
  • macOS 10.8 or newer
  • 4 GB RAM (8 GB recommended)
  • VSTi 32/64 bits

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Beat Machine 2 overview

As the Hip Hop world entered the 2000’s, the sound of the beats evolved into a whole range of different styles. While Boombap was still represented by heavyweights such as Alchemist, Havoc and DJ Premier, the emergence of a new breed of producers such as Timbaland and The Neptunes shifted the genre into a cleaner, more syncopated sound while the south emerged with Lil Jon pushing the 808 driven style and Dr Dre bringing the West Coast vibe into the public conciousness.

  • 600 Brand new pre-mixed quality drum kits that cover the entire spectrum of Hip Hop
  • 300 Stereo & 300 Multi-Out Kits
  • 1200+ dope drum samples included, already EQ’ed and treated for instant use
  • 30 years of Hip Hop drums in one unit inc Boombap, East Coast, West Coast, Trap and more!
  • 50 Brand new MIDI Hip Hop drum patterns included.

The second 100 presets in Beat Machine 2.0 represent this unique era in Hip Hop with a massive variety of drum sounds ranging from hard hitting East Coast drums, funky West Coast Kits and Timbo-esque snaps and claps.With the dawn of a new decade, the Hip Hop drum sound also transitioned into a whole new vibe. The 808 became king and the sound of the south and Toronto seemed to dominate the genre. Its true, many underground beatmakers did still utilise the Boombap heavyness but producers such as Lex Luger and DJ Mustard brought the Trap sound from the hoods while Noah “40” Shebib introduced a more ambient and sparse soundscape into our studios.