Drunk Drum Machine Feature Debuts

Singular Sound, makers of the BeatBuddy pedal-controlled drum machine, announced today that users will now be able to control the sobriety level of their drum machines.
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Miami, FL (April 1, 2016)—Singular Sound, makers of the BeatBuddy pedal-controlled drum machine, announced today that users will now be able to control the sobriety level of their drum machines.

"People keep telling us that playing with the BeatBuddy is just like playing with a real drummer," said David Packouz, CEO of Singular Sound, "The only thing it doesn't do, they say, is drink all your beer. We thought, 'Why not? If we're going to do this, we might as well go all the way!'"

This feature is part of a larger update to the BeatBuddy that adds many new features requested by the BeatBuddy fan base, such as hands-free folder navigation, a visual "count in" before a song, extensive new MIDI controls, and more.

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http://mybeatbuddy.com/sobriety-function