Where are all the Pacemaker users at?!?
I actually got my playbook specifically for pacemaker and I love the app as well as my pb. Just wondering what you guys do with it. Have you done a gig with it? Parties? Just for fun? I have done one gig with it with mostly positive feedback and a few hecklers being jerks. But I got people to dance and such with it. Anyways if you guys are out there leave a comment.
- 02-05-13, 02:50 AM #2
I for one would have bought Pacemaker just for its extraordinary interface; the only thing retaining me is the uncertainty about BB10 compatibility. I tried to ask the dev and also here, with no reaction apparently (apart some "we'll look at it with great interest" tweet IIRC)
Whenever I'm sure it works on BB10, I buy.
- 02-05-13, 07:20 AM #9
Ive had Pacemaker since the week it launched. I love it!!!1 I use it more than the native music app. I found mixing to be fun. I havent had a chance to use it at a party or get-together though.
And Pacemaker has long announced on their FB page that if you have purchased it for the Playbook, its free on your BB10 device!
Best $20 bucks i ever spent!!Many thanks, downloads and dollars to all the developers out there!!!
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I have it just for fun, and its a real Party maker !♚ ❤ button ♚
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- 02-05-13, 09:59 AM #11
This is very interesting and I would like to thank you all: indeed I searched, but didn't find a convincing description of the 'post-BB10' behavior.
Given the current price, I'm definitely going to buy it now.
Along with 'What'sUp' (the planetatium) I consider Pacemaker is a strikingly excellent example of how tablets can leapfrog laptops as concerns GUI and useability...
Not a problem at all. That's what we are here for right? For the price its amazing and it's fun. I like to just mess around but I also have a set list of songs to mix into which other song. And glad its coming to bb10. I would like to see how it looks on a phone but I also think it would be cool to do a bluetooth bridge deal where the phone could act as an effects board with sounds and more specific controls or programmable knods, even a censor wheel for certain crowds. What do you guys think?
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I use it to mix songs that are on my pb when I am bored, I wish it had a recording function though :] I like the song suggestions they do almost every week on the Pacemaker FB page.GRIFFIN UP SAAB 9-3
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- 02-11-13, 05:41 PM #15
I bought Pacemaker for my PB on day one. I did two parties with it just for fun. It is awesome!Some people like to build things
Some people like to tear things down
Be a builder, people will like you more.
- 02-12-13, 07:19 AM #16
I have the Pacemaker app and I'm pretty slick with it. DJ'n is my second job so I know quite a lot about the ins and outs of a system but I find my normal decks at work a bit easier. I still love pacemaker though.
I posted a few videos of me mixing it up on Facebook and YouTube, the response was pretty good especially from my boss at the club and my DJ partner. I haven't used it for one of my nights yet but I will have to go in early and give it a go before the ravers turn up just to see how well it holds up. Best app on the PlayBook IMO.
Yeah. Using decks is easier 100% but like you said, I love pacemaker. It's cool if you are just mixing with few effects. I really think it would be nice if pacemaker on a bb10 phone could work as an effects controller or something along with the pb. Give it that little bit its missing. And I know it's pretty ghetto (really) but you can use the record function built into the pb and record while mixing at the same time. Not quality but it's there.
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Re: Where are all the Pacemaker users at?!?
I have had it for a while but can not figure out how to listen to a track when cueing with headphones and still have the playing track play through the speakers....any clues?
- 02-14-13, 06:31 AM #22
- 02-16-13, 09:32 AM #23
I'm still considering buying it for PlayBook, but in someways a more compact version might suit me a little more than a tablet version. I read a forum post a while back on Pacemaker, and it said that they weren't selling the app that much on PlayBook, because of the hefty price (£10 in the UK), but in the first time since I got the device in October 2012, they lowered the price to £7.50 (about $11). Still far too much for an app. At most I'd pay a fiver.Josh - Curve 9320 & PlayBook 64GB - BlackBerry Enthusiast - CrackBerry Addict - PlayBook Sideloader
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