Music enthusiasts can use computer software programs, such as FL Studio and Avid Pro Tools, to make beats on their computers. Consumers can also use Cakewalk Sonar and Cubase as alternate methods of creating beats on thei computers.
FL Studio enables users to make beats and also use its multi-touch device. This technology allows beat makers to use the touch of their fingertips to interact directly with their monitors to create beats. With this feature, people can create beats without the need of using a keyboard or mouse.
Avid Pro Tools provides its users with the ability to work remotely from their iPad tablets to control Pro Tools. Users can also create up to 128 mono or stereo tracks in the software. As of 2015, clients that own the software can expect to get future upgrades included in their purchases.
Cakewalk Sonar users can use the software social media sharing feature to share beats with their followers. The person can use virtual instruments to create unique sounds without using a band. Customers using Cubase can utilize the software's MPC-style drum sampler to create unique beats. The software also includes a variety of ready to go beats for its customers to use.