[HOW TO] Add BeatMaker Kits to your iPod.

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  1. Abcmsaj

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    1) Download a kit.

    http://[PIRACY.rs].com/files/131482201/Rock_Drum_Kit.bmkz.html

    2) Download BeatPack.

    http://www.intua.net/shop.html

    3) Open BeatPack. Change your sharing folder to whatever you want, and put your downloaded kit in there. This screen also tells you your IP address. Useful for later.

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    4) Open BeatMaker on the iPod. On the Home screen, tap on the "Sync" button.

    5) Now tap "Add Server" and type in the IP address you were told in BeatPack. Tap OK, and a port is automatically added.

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    6) Now highlight this IP address and tap Download. You need to make sure you have BeatPack open on your PC, and that the kit you want to download is in your set sharing folder.

    7) This black screen will appear. Tap on the IP address once more, and your sharing folder will open on your iPod's screen.

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    8) Now just find your kit, highlight it, and tap Download.

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    9) Once it's done, exit the black screen by tapping "Cancel."

    10) Now, to find your kit - Go to your Pads screen and tap "Load Kit."

    Follow this directory: My Content > My BeatKit Content.

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    And there it is.

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  2. iPod.Touch

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    nice, this is a great help!
  4. Abcmsaj

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    Thanks.
    It's my goal in life to assist others

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  5. MarkusH91

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    Grat! Thanks!! vWorks Fine!
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    Just so everyone knows, there are two of the same bass drum and two snares on the bottom row so that you can do fast rolls with two fingers.
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    do u have any other kits?
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    How do you save a sequence or a "beat"? thanks.
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    Abcmsaj Retired Moderator

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    Easy.
    After you've done your beat, go to the "Nav Bar" and choose home.

    Then on the left hand side, Choose save.. I think... something like that.

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