I have read quite a bit of info on the BeatBuddy but still have a few unanswered questions.
My question is how many different song parts can a song have that can be changed to on the fly - Not set in a particular predefined order that can just be played start to finish. The reason why I ask is most songs I do(and most musicians) have more than just a verse and chorus - usually have a bridge as well (maybe even another). I do church worship (modern type of stuff) and in church settings, songs do not always follow a predefined order. We may stay on a bridge part for an extended period of time, or repeat a chorus multiple times(with slight variation) , depending on the mood. This I would imagine will be a concern for anyone looking to use this in a church worship setting.
Also, I was originally trained as a drummer for over 30 years and have moved into guitar as well. Another common scenario in drumming is not all verses and choruses in a song have the same dynamics - This is what makes a drummer sound real - controlling the intensity of the song. For example the second chorus may be a little looser on the hihats than the first. Will there be any flexibility in this - It could be as little as being able to substitute one drum sound for another in the same beat (Such as a choked HiHat changing to a looser HiHat sound.
Will these parameters and variations be possible thorugh the software with the current hardware specs?