Singular Sound Announces the BeatBuddy Mini

A smaller version of the BeatBuddy with many of the original product’s features and functionality.

Miami, FL (August 4, 2015) -- Singular Sound, makers of the popular BeatBuddy pedal-controlled drum machine, announced that the company is now taking pre-orders for its latest innovation, BeatBuddy Mini, a new smaller version of the critically acclaimed BeatBuddy with many of the original product’s features and functionality, but for half the price ($149).

BeatBuddy Mini enables full, hands-free, creative control of the beat. Musicians can effortlessly insert fills, transition from verse to chorus, add accent hits, throw in drum breaks and more to create an unprecedented live drummer effect -- all with the simple ease of a guitar pedal format.

“The BeatBuddy has become a go-to tool amongst professionals of the highest caliber, winning every major award in the industry for innovation, sound quality and ease of use,” said David Packouz, CEO, Singular Sound. “We’re now thrilled to bring a personal drummer to musicians everywhere—at a price they can afford.”

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