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This article was published on February 18, 2016

Splice Beatmaker lets you make tunes straight from your browser

Splice Beatmaker lets you make tunes straight from your browser
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Splice just launched a handy Web-based Beatmaker tool that enables users to easily crank out beats and try out samples from the massive Splice Sounds sample library.

The Beatmaker comes with a stylish loop sequencer as well as a nifty feature to adjust and test out various tempos (or BPM frequencies). The tool also offers eight different instruments that users can pre-load with over 850,000 royalty-free samples from the Splice Sounds library.

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The tool isn’t for professionals, but instead caters to “people of all skill levels can enjoy,” says co-founder Steve Martocci. While seasoned producers can now swiftly browse samples and test them in various patterns before downloading, newbies can get a quick jump into producing by playing around with different sounds and rhythms.

“Education is a massive challenge in making music, we’re exploring how samples and loops can onboard people into their musical journey. It’s a big long term goal,” Martocci continues.

The Beatmaker is currently featured on Product Hunt and users are already having funwith it.

You can starting making your own beats here.

Splice Beatmaker [via Product Hunt]