Summary: This game looks like sooo much fun. i love making beats and stuff so i'm gonna definitely try to get this game. Like the last game that i tried for the psp really stunk like u barely could make a beat, which misses like the whole point of the game.
Summary: well this game is very addicting. I have played it not long, but so far it is kind of addicting once you get the hang of it. I disliked the part where it is very confusing at the beginning but it just keeps getting better and better. This game has its potential, though.
Review from a emcee/producer (with real equipment & PS2 & PSP).
31 October 2009
Summary: I have just bought this "game" yesterday (not even 24hrs ago). I have been a emcee for many years. And started making beats in 2001. Using both real equipment (MPC1000,EMU SP1200,Alesis AR16,ect...) and even PS2's MTV's Music Generator2. Now I have been messing around with Beaterator.
Summary: I got this game within a week. Been playing off and on when I can. I recommend you watch ALL the help videos.Its a fun little peice of software. The songs kind of make themselves. It has a lot of options/sounds/samples. I haven't tried it, but you can record sounds and integrate into the music.
Summary: I really enjoy makeing my own beat. As soon as you pop this game into you psp starting putting your ideas togather you will be bobing your head. Anybody can do it. Just use your own ideas. Or the ones programed into the game.
Summary: Takes forever for sounds to load from the disc (must spin up the disc for each individual sound), requiring tons of patience. If you make more than $10/hour and plan on using this "program" for more than a few hours, it would be well worth your while to buy a more powerful software package.
Summary: This game is great for the price make me feel like a wanabee rockstar LOL.... In any event the delivery was free and almost next day so it was awsome to start playing it it become my favorite game that is till GTA V finally releases.
Summary: Beaterator is quite enjoyable! A few years ago, I used Magix Music Maker 11 on my laptop to mix my [semi] awesome jams. Then a crashed motherboard and an upgrade to windows7 took my MMM11 away from me. Then I found Beaterator. It is quite a deep game...