Combined with the launch of Pacemaker for iPad, Pacemakerdevice.org and the Pacemaker Team are pleased to announce a brand new feature-packed update for the original Pacemaker Device.
Scratch is now realistic and differs based on the speed in which you manipulate the touch-pad and drifting has been eliminated too. It’s leaps and bounds better compared to the previous release.
This gives you way more freedom to play around and improvise without risking getting off beat and these features work whilst both decks are playing too.
Some parameters have changed, but you’ll get the same great effects. Echo now defaults to ¾ time and the wet/dry parameter for this effect is now limited to 50%.
Create longer loops both manually and by using the “Fixed Loop Lengths Option” in the settings menu.
eg. Artist/BPM so you know you’re looking at a smaller selection of your music.
Tempo drifting is automatically corrected when sync mode is activated and you should find vast improvements when mixing songs with regular fixed beats.
Downbeat detection has been improved so songs should be ready to play straight away with better beat detection. No modifications needed.
Mac users will currently need to install the firmware manually by following the steps below. You can also use this method if you have problems using PMUpdater.
Download the firmware by clicking here.