Hey what’s good fam!
I got a nice little software I want to share with you today.
I’ve been messing with this for a while and finally ready to show it off to you
It’s a sample slicer, editor, chopper from Oscillicious called BeatCleaver
What is BeatCleaver?
The whole idea behind this program is to be a smooth, fast, straight-forward way for you to edit, chop, and slice your samples.
You can quickly zoom in, inscrease or decrease the window, add slices, remove slices, chop by bars/beats, chop into 4, 8, or 16 parts, and export your slices.
You can export individual slices or all the slices at once.
It can read Wav, mp3, wma, aiff, and m4a
This joint is very simple yet very fast and effective, I think many will love it.
- formats: Wav, mp3, wma, aiff, m4a
- os: mac and windows
- price: $15
So what’s the bottom line?
Well since it only sounds like what you put in it, no need to cover that part, let’s just get straight to the point.
This application is 15 bucks, there is really no reason ANYONE that does ANYTHING with samples, shouldn’t have this.
It’s smooth, it’s quick, and it’s efficient. It’s purpose driven so it’s not bloated with a bunch of stuff.
Sure, I have a wishlist of things I’d like to see in there that would enhance what’s already there, but man, as is, it’s still a killer app.
I give BeatCleaver 5 out of 5 subs as it stands right now, even though I know it’s only going to get better, it’ really that good!
I mean seriously, if you need a simple audio editor, this is it. Open samples, chop, slice, edit, export, done!
I would like to see some things like double-click to add a slice, dragging slices out of the app, fade in/out, you know, some small tweaks here and there, but even as it stands right now, this thing is super efficient and gets the job done perfectly.
I look forward to any updates added, but have nothing that will hold me back from using it now.
Oh, and his support? Great! I had a couple issues over the time I’ve used it, he’s always answered my questions and helped me fix the problem, it’s a very stable program for sure. He’s also good at taking input for features/improvements, which is always a plus.
Man…just go get this thing, seriously: http://oscillicious.com/beatcleaver/