The Mix Section of Beatmaker looks rather simple, yet under the hood it features a 12- bus mixing console with multiple audio processors in each channel strip, with hundreds of parameters macro-controlled by the Preset selector and the Amount knob.
The Mix presets you can select here tweak hundreds of parameters in a Beatmaker’s built-in mixing console.
Each Beatmaker has its own set of 12 Mix Presets, optimized for its particular genre. Turn up the Amount Control and go through the Mix Presets by clicking on the name or arrows in the center of the circle element until you find the one that suits your track best.
Lets you set your preferred balance between a neutral setting of the Mixing Console and the preset’s most extreme setting. This is not a simple Dry/Wet control, but actually a macro control, turning the mixing console’s parameter individually under the hood.
Tip: With the Amount Control fully up, step through the Mix Presets until you’ve found the type you like, and then dial down the Amount until you the amount of processing is just right.
Placed to the right of the Mix section and hard-wired to the Modulation controller (or Modwheel on your keyboard), this real-time control lets you temporarily turn down the intensity of the beat – technically identical with MIDI velocity to create more dynamic variation.