Traxxpad: Portable Studio is a unique music making application coming to PSP later this month. It offers drum machines, samplers, sequencers and a mini keyboard and will give industry-quality tools to gamers that want to simply pick up and play.
Eidos announced today a new collaboration with hip hop super producer Sha Money XL, a G-Unit executive and CEO/Founder of Money Management Group. He's known for bringing rapper 50 Cent into the mainstream. The agreement will provide graphics and skins from the Money Management Group brand, and the first downloadable content for Traxxpad. Sha Money states in the press release: "I've always been about the best beats, not just the biggest names, and Traxxpad: Portable Studio puts the spotlight on the next generation of producers and beat makers ... Traxxpad is gonna change the game."
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6-14-2007 @ 11:47AM
This has been on my "must-have" list for sometime - glad to know it's still on it's way...
However, is it going to be released in UK/Europe?? There is nothing about it on the Eidos site!!!
6-14-2007 @ 12:30PM
Will be interesting to see what I could write in this, hope it has a decent sampler and decent sound output. I'm normally used to CubaseSX.
6-14-2007 @ 12:36PM
This is also the kinda thing that needs a demo with a few sounds to mash up to get a better idea how it works..
6-14-2007 @ 5:22PM
G-Unit is wack. If these are the type of people they have endorsing there product they can have it. This thing is going to be as stupid as these fake matha@$#@! that killed HIP HOP.
6-15-2007 @ 7:59AM
G Lampa said...
I'm waiting to see how it will stack up against "Beaterator" from Rockstar.