Last week we released the PSD file of the final BitRate interface. This week we are releasing some of the initial design sketches, as well as a Pinterest board filled with reference material that was used for inspiration.
This will give you a little glimpse of the early stages of the instrument design, which should be interesting to compare against the final product.
Max Mondon, the designer behind BitRate, has provided a PSD file to illustrate how the interface was created.
Download from Dribbble
The file is provided under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 License.
This is a great opportunity to have insight into the method of an experienced and talented GUI designer.
Peter Dines has re-published a review of BitRate by Sendy on reaktortips.com
“If you have an interest in chip music and have Reaktor, just get this now.”
» Read the full review here.
BitRate was given a score of 9/10 with some very positive comments.
The review also included 2 tracks made with BitRate:
Icebreaker Audio is undergoing a few changes.
Welcome to the new website.
A re-design has been on my mind for some time, and with the current downsizing of Icebreaker Audio, now was as good a time as any to update.
New bundles and price offers are being introduced for all of our commercial products. The new bundles are:
- Everything Bundle = all products.
- Reaktor Bundle = all Reaktor based products.
These new bundles offer savings of up to 25%.
The Toybreaker Bundle is still available at the same price as before.
» Bundles are available on the Products page.
The prices of the Reaktor based products, BitRate and GRID, have dropped.
- GRID is now available for £15
- BitRate is available for £20