Beaterator User-Created Jams: Remixing via the Social Club and Some First iPhone Tracks

Posted on December 15 2009, 11:02am | Author: R* Z | Filed Under: Music, Social Club, Games

Over the past week, the Beaterator Community at the Rockstar Social Club has seen a slew of new user audio creations already streaming in from the iPhone version of Beaterator just released last Monday

Here are some choice works we've been bumping...

“Miami Sunrise” by MitroGPretty amazing track created on that little iPhone – shifting Timbaland drums, gentle piano keys and a big synthy hook – all it’s missing is an ex-boy-band vocalist...
 

 
“Dolla Dolla” by KingdaliSounds like something Mr Mosley would have made himself – awesome...
 

 
 
Meanwhile, PSP users are deep into it - remixing each other’s work by sharing their Beaterator project files via the Social Club...
 
Check out this original creation by Blackman347 titled “Klef Notes 17th” – a solid and catchy track in its own right:
 

 
& then the REMIX…  created by Laidback78 who chopped it up to give it a nice twist...
 

 
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  • trippykidon May 24 2011, 12:37pmReplyFlag
    Does anyone post here anymore?
    • trippykidon May 24 2011, 12:35pmReplyFlag
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      • Tpobeatheater187on October 8 2010, 5:29pmReplyFlag
        Hey this is beatheater someone please check out my beats and for some reason for a past month i wassn't able to log in and still can't
        • Phude-4-Thawton January 25 2010, 6:45pmReplyFlag
          Damn laidback. I didnt even have beaterator around the time you got props on your remix. Good jod homey.
          • Mavado1on January 20 2010, 8:23pmReplyFlag
            check out sunny1 by me all the way thru please rate!
            • LaidBack78on January 7 2010, 9:56pmReplyFlag
              @KrazyK_22,

              I respect your opinion but I think you need to keep in mind that Beaterator is the first music application that most of us on here have touched, and I would bet a lot of us have no previous musical background. I never made a track before getting this, and know nothing about music theory. I would bet a lot of the other artists on the site don't either, so it's gonna be a while before you hear a slew of studio quality beats. With that said, I have to disagree with you. I'm on this site daily and I've given out plenty of 5 star ratings, there are definitely some great tracks on this site. 24 Hours is definitely a tight track and gets 5 stars from me, but there are plenty tracks that rank right up there with it in my opinion, and I'm not even including mine. Even though the feedback on my tracks has been great, I have nowhere near used Beaterator to it's full potential and have much to learn on how to use all of the features. So give it some time and I'm sure you will hear the type of tracks you're looking for.
              • KrazyK_22on January 7 2010, 7:51pmReplyFlag
                im sorry but i dont think they are all that good. not saying i could do much better but i thought i'd find some quality beats and mixes on this site. most of them the beats are too eractic with no flow or unity between verses and breaks. not utilising full range of levels. Laidbacks remix isn't too bad and shiftyD's - 24hours is prob one of the best actual beats ive heard so far. i could see that being a really good song with the right vocals.
                • ninja_tomon January 2 2010, 12:42pmReplyFlag
                  Does anyone know if there is a dedicated Rockstar Beaterator forum anywhere? I can't seem to find it on the web and it would be an excellent utility to help budding artists...
                  • ninja_tomon December 30 2009, 5:29pmReplyFlag
                    Forgive the high-jacking of the comments but I have a suggestion for Rockstar, its not very easy to locate tracks on the Social Club interface, all I seem to be able to do is filter by Genre and select featured artists.

                    Examples of things I would like to do is:
                    1. Locate the song "Klef Notes 17th" in the Social Club interface
                    2. Find all tracks by LaidBack78
                    3. Order songs by play count (or even just see play count)

                    I can't seem to do either in a simple manner (i.e. without going through all artists or all songs in a non-alphabetical manner)

                    Not sure if it makes any difference but I signed up through the PSP...
                    • Jeretton December 30 2009, 5:28pmReplyFlag
                      I can't wait to make a real remix off this thing
                      • .8bApeon December 30 2009, 12:42pmReplyFlag
                        beat by "LaidBlack78 is awesome...but the rest...hmm...
                        • Blackman347on December 16 2009, 12:03amReplyFlag
                          Wow. I didn't expect this but Great!!!! I still think that my track was only featured because of the GREAT JOB of LaidBack78's remix. I told you it was hot. LOL. Thanks for the love.
                          • yaboyhollason December 15 2009, 7:55pmReplyFlag
                            PS how do we get the widgets like the ones in the post?
                            • yaboyhollason December 15 2009, 7:52pmReplyFlag
                              Klef Series is one of my fav to flip. Shouts to BlackMan and LaidBack . Holla!
                              • LaidBack78on December 15 2009, 12:55pmReplyFlag
                                Looks like they fixed it, it works now. Thanks!
                                • ati_kiralyon December 15 2009, 12:44pmReplyFlag
                                  Oh, I've went on the wrong one, sorry, your one doesn't really work, you were right...
                                  • ati_kiralyon December 15 2009, 12:39pmReplyFlag
                                    I've tried it, it does work so don't worry. =)
                                    • LaidBack78on December 15 2009, 11:46amReplyFlag
                                      Why is my track the only one that doesn't work lol. Thanks for featuring me in the article though!
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