A few days ago, we released our first in-depth look at the Hudson Dance Studio, which is an indie studio focused on creating dance beats, and the following day, we’re releasing a whole bunch of additional information about the studio.
Today, we want to share some more info about what you can expect when you watch a studio demo, and what to expect when using it on the dance floor.
First, a quick reminder that the demo is still live, so we’ll be updating this post with any major new details as we know them.
The demo is available to stream now, and it looks like the studio is focused on building dance beats and mixing together the best of them.
As such, the studio demo is full of new sounds, effects, and sounds for mixing together, while retaining the basics of traditional dance production.
The demos include sounds from artists such as Lil B, T.I., and Busta Rhymes, as well as the likes of MØ, Gucci Mane, and others.
In addition to the new sounds and effects, the demo also includes the studio’s own mixing tool that allows you to create beats from scratch.
You can also stream the demo at the following times:The demo can be streamed in two modes:In the demo, the beats are composed with a traditional DJ mixer (although we’ve included an audio track for those who prefer the experience of the original mix).
You can play the demo on a variety of different devices, including a PC, Mac, iOS, and Android, with the studio also coming out with a standalone version of the app that can be used with all sorts of devices.
In this mode, you can stream the studio on your computer or Mac, and you can also listen to the mix on a headphones-equipped iPhone.
Finally, the sound files for each track are played back through the studio, and they’re recorded using the studio software’s built-in mic.
The files can be played back at different times, and there’s even a option to play them back as an MP3 file if you want to.
You can even record your own beats and send them to the studio via Bluetooth, although that doesn’t come with the demo.
In the final mode, the samples are played directly from the studio itself, using a mix of studio samples, and then you can play back the sounds on your headphones.
The studio can also play the same samples back to you on your own device.
While you can listen to all of the sounds and mixes in the demo and stream them to your device, you’ll also have the option to choose the best sound to play for each beat, which can be quite subjective.
You’ll have a number of different options available, including the following:The studio can be connected to your home router to control the studio with a wireless speaker.
You’re also able to stream the entire studio to your iOS or Android device using Bluetooth, but you can’t stream the mix to your headphones (though you can access the mixer with the Bluetooth speaker if you’re looking for a different sound).
If you’re interested in playing some of the music in the studio yourself, the Hudson Sound Lab is also offering a free trial version of its studio app that gives you access to a range of premium studio tracks and presets.
While you won’t get access to the full library of beats, the trial will give you access at a discounted price.
If you want the full experience of what the studio sounds like, the free trial includes access to all the studio tracks from the full suite.
However, it only includes the beat library, and will not allow you to listen to it as a whole.
If you’re a fan of dance music and want the complete sonic experience, you might want to wait for the full studio version of Hudson Sound.
Hudson Sound Lab free trial (iOS or Android)The studio demo also lets you hear a lot of the studio files, including some of its own tracks and samples.
For instance, if you don’t like the beats in the full demo, you may be interested in checking out the “Brick by Brick” samples that are featured in the app.
They’re also available as a free download.
The sounds in the demos are also available on a dedicated page on the studio website, and each sound file can be selected to play with a mix.
The full studio is available for $3.99, while the trial version is $3, as you can see from the price chart.
You get access at discounted pricing, and both the full version and trial version come with a full library.