DrumsAnywhere, play everywhere
DrumsAnywhere is a new software for Windows that detects and translates hits captured by a simple microphone.
DrumsAnywhere uses a detection algorithm called WaveTrack that analyzes the reflections generated by a hit on a surface as well as its accurate location.
To use DrumsAnywhere, you need to connect to your computer any contact microphone (piezo) that you will previously place on the surface you’ll play on (a table, a desktop, the floor or even the wall). You’ll then indicate the software the different locations of your virtual drum elements by tapping on user-defined locations so that the software can analyse them. You can use drum sticks, pens and even your fingers.
The software is ASIO compatible and velocity-sensitive. The developer says the latency is very low. DrumsAnywhere also supports MIDI so it can be used as a controller and send MIDI data to another software, to record your performance in your DAW for instance.
DrumsAnywhere is available in two versions: the Lite edition ($49.99) includes 4 drum pads, 3 drums/percussion libraries but MIDI is not supported.
The Pro version, available for $89.99, supports MIDI, allows for using your own samples along with the 9 included libraries and you can play on 8 drum pads.
Discover the software at www.drumsanywhere.com.
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