XT-808 Public Beta

Enroll in the Public Beta Program

-and get up to two free Beaotic kits

The XT-808 is a feature-rich, high-end instrument based on the legendary Roland TR-808 Rhythm Composer. Designed with the demanding producer in mind.


Featuring an extended collection of sounds and rarely or never before seen sound-shaping possibilities, the XT-808, as well as future Beaotic kits not only capture and recreate the sound and feel of real hardware. Each Beaotic kit offers a clean graphical user interface which is pleasantly easy and highly intuitive to use in any music production.

Enroll in the Public Beta Program

  • As a participant, you will get a fully functional XT-808 Beta version for free. It is yours to keep, and you are free to use it in any production.
  • Being a Beta-version, XT-808 Public Beta comes with no warranty of any kind - it is provided 'AS IS' primarily for testing purposes.
  • You accept to receive one or two emails with links to surveys regarding your experiences with the XT-808. You do not have to take these surveys, but since we would really like your feedback, we will give away 50 vouchers for any future Beaotic.Winners wil be drawn among meaningful survey responses.
  • All respondents to the surveys will also receive a voucher for the XT-808 when it is officially released.
  • Please note that a full version of Kontakt is required - the free Kontakt Player cannot load the XT-808.
  • Go to the product page and add it to your cart. When checking out, please use the discount code 'XT808BETA', and the entire amount will be deducted.
  • This offer is available until 30 April 2019, 23:59 CET. If you wish to receive a voucher for the official, non-beta version of the XT-808, and also get the chance to win a voucher for any future Beaotic kit, the surveys must be completed no later than 31 May 2019 23:59 CET.

System requirements

  • A computer with Native Instruments Kontakt (full version 4.2 or later).
  • Beaotic kits do not have a built-in sequencer, so you'll probably need a MIDI sequencer - for example in the form of a DAW.
  • A fairly snappy audio interface - just to get the best real-time response.