Accusonus Rhythmiq Allows You To Turn Your Tracks Into A Performance

Accusonus Rhythmiq Allows You To Turn Your Tracks Into A Performance

Post date:

Mon, 03/30/2020 - 10:27


Naomi Bolton

If you are a musician who would like to turn your tracks into a performance without all the hassles of dealing with a bandmate, then Accusonus claims to have the answer to your prayers. They recently released Rhythmiq, which is a beat-assistant unlike anything else.

Rhythmiq makes use of A.I to allow you to instantly jam with your beats. By just turning a single knob, it promises to provide users with unlimited beat variations. With Rhythmiq performing your beats in real-time, it's almost the same as jamming with a human band-mate. Accusonus describes the software as a "virtual electronic drummer" that is able to analyze your beats and introduce nuanced micro-variations or even musical, evolving changes. This frees you up to focus on other parts of your music while Rhythmiq makes sure that your beat is continually evolving in an organic fashion. Don't worry, as users still have full control over decisions like how much density, space, and variation they want from Rhythmiq.

The great thing about Rhythmiq is the ability to generate breaks, fills and build-ups from your beats or layered stems, then saving everything without having to stop the music. This allows you to stay in the flow while performing. Rhythmiq can be adjusted using your hardware controller and it offers arrange, reverse and silence functions, making it useful live or in the studio. Assigning your controller to Rhythmiq is great if you want to step away from your screen and focus on your performance.

Rhythmiq is available now at an intro price of $99, while the regular price will be $149. Accusonus does offer a 14-day trial and money-back guarantee, so you can take the software for a spin to see if it lives up to all its promises. It is available for MAC OSX along with Windows and has been fully tested and supported in Ableton Live 10, and Logic Pro X 10.4. It is also partially tested and supported in Presonus Studio One 3.0 and ImageLine FL Studio 12.0, but the trial version can be used to see if it is compatible with your DAW of choice.

Checkout the Accusonus website for more information about Rhtymiq as well as some video tutorials to help you get started.