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A Rock Drum Machine on iOS

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Virtual instrument for iPhone / iPod Touch / iPad from Lumbeat .

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Luis Martinez, aka Lumbeat, offers on the AppStore a rock drum app for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.

Rock Drum Machine allows you to create beats in two different ways: you can edit the included rhythms in the Edit mode or choose the Pattern mode to set the patterns for each drum element (hi-hats/ride, snare and kick) with the help of a wheel.

The GUI includes a sequencer and you can choose between dozens of samples of branded drums and cymbals (Pearl, Ayotte, Gretsch, Yamaha, Zildjian, Mapex…).

Rock Drum Machine also includes a mixer for the hi-hats/ride, snare and kick, and you can set the tempo between 20 and 300 BPM and play along background audio from another app. Plus, Rock Drum Machine supports Audiobus and inter-app audio.

Price: $3.99

Visit the AppStore to download Rock Drum Machine.

 

  • VinnyS 6 posts
    VinnyS
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    Posted on 08/30/2014 at 09:57:32
    Isn't this "Super Metronome"?

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