Groove Builders can save you hundreds (if not thousands) of dollars and countless hours.
For example, to hire a drummer to play a pattern off the grid, you would likely need to spend hundreds of dollars (i) booking a studio with proper mics and room treatment (ii) and compensating the drummer and recording engineer for their work.
You would also need to spend time (a) finding a drummer, (b) scheduling time with the drummer and (c) negotiating rates. At the end of the session, you would have some examples of the feeling of one specific drummer and the specific sounds of the drum that the drummer used.
*By contrast, you can download Groove Builders today, access them 24/7, use them with all of your favorite samples (including non-percussive samples) and blend in feelings inspired by multiple top producers with your own songs to give your music better bounce and develop your own signature sound.
As another example, some producers decide to manually nudge notes. This is an inefficient way of adding better bounce and developing a signature sound. When you manually nudge notes, you need to go through a tedious trial and error process. For each instrument, you need to decide (i) which notes to nudge and (ii) how much to manually nudge each note. After you do this for one song, you need to undergo the same process again for other songs.
If you make 10 beats in a month, you’re repeating the same manual nudging process 10 times, and if you use different samples, different tempos and different patterns in songs, the amount you nudged notes in the first song may not be the ideal amount to nudge notes in other songs. That’s 120 times going through this manual, guesswork process in a year, and in some songs, you may settle for an average bounce due to fatigue.
(And we haven’t even talked about the time it takes to manually draw hi hat velocities for each of the 120 songs.)
*By contrast, once you save Groove Builders in your DAW, you can find the perfect groove for your tracks in seconds using the timing feature and VD4H (velocity designed for hi hats) and start developing a signature sound that will make your music more identifiable.