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Beaterator Previews - PSP

Game Description: Initially created in 2005 as a Flash application on the Rockstar website, Beaterator quickly took on a life of its own. Featuring thousands of loops and sounds made by both Timbaland and Rockstar, Beaterator puts the power to make professional-level music at your fingertips in a format that’s portable, accessible and fun – anyone can now create great-sounding music.
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    Let's get something out of the way up front: whatever you do, don't call Rockstar Leeds' Beaterator for PlayStation Portable (and, as recently announced, iPhone and iPod Touch) a game. Not only is it a mischaracterization, it also undersells the vision and potential this title embodies. For as Rockstar says, with Beaterator, "You're not pretending to make music ? you are making music."

    Posted: Sep 3, 2009


  • Beaterator Sessions Artists Montage Trailer

    Posted: September 28, 2009

    1,042 Views | 01:10

  • Beaterator Sessions Artists Montage Trailer #2

    Posted: September 28, 2009

    1,849 Views | 01:18

  • Beaterator Sessions: Jaysun Trailer

    Posted: September 9, 2009

    674 Views | 01:02

  • Beaterator Features Trailer

    Posted: September 3, 2009

    1,679 Views | 02:19

  • Beaterator Sessions: Max & Clay Kids Trailer

    Posted: September 3, 2009

    743 Views | 01:41

 


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