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About Groove Machine Mobile
Synthesizer: Load from the extensive library of bass, keys, lead, pad, sfx and synth sounds. The flexible dual-oscillator, wave-shape driven, design with filters, 3 envelopes and LFO architecture will ensure you can create fresh and unique sounds for years to come. Listen to the presets and you will know how powerful the Groove Machine Mobiles synths are.
Sample Player: Choose from over 20 multi-sampled instruments covering Piano, strings, organ, bass, guitar, flute, harp and more.
Drums & percussion: Punch out a beat on the 10 drum pads. The velocity-through-position feature will allow you to play with feeling to get the right groove. Layer two samples per-pad for complex sample mash-ups. A comprehensive library of percussion samples is included covering kicks, snares, toms, hats, cymbals, sfx and more.
Keyboards: Take control over the synthesizers with Groove Machine Mobiles two-tier touch keyboard, perfect for playing chords and melodies. The visual feedback will even help you to learn to play music just by watching the existing projects play.
Effects: A wide array of modern and classic effects are available including a Bit Crusher (for lo-fi gritty sounds), Flanger & Phaser (to create complex stereo washes and spacey effects), Filters (low, high pass & vowel-voice simulation), Delay (echoes), Reverb (to simulate the sound of large halls through to tight spaces), Panning (so you can spread your sounds across your speakers) and Ring modulation (creating screaming-feedback type sounds).
Sequencing: After recording a performance Groove Machine Mobile's touch-optimized easy editing features make it a breeze. You can edit in all the musical parts from scratch here too. The Piano-roll allows note entry and step-entry for percussion tracks. Finally, record and edit the movement of almost any knob or control with the Automation editor.
We recommend a minimum screen size of 7 inches with this App. It is designed for tablets.
You can export any rhythm to a .wav file for using in any other recording or production app.
* Top quality powerful acoustic drum sampled sounds.
* 18 Drumsets
* +100 Rhythms, many of them extracted from famous songs.
* Create your own rhythms.
* Any time signature, up to 17 times, and 6 subdivisions.
* Friendly, so easy to use interface.
* Export any groove to wav file.
* Rhythms are divided in Banks: Rock, Grounge, FunkRock, Progressive, Odd Times and User.
* Combine the drum patterns (+400) to create your own rhythms.
* Tap button to set bpm quickly.
* Perfect for playing on the go.
* Editing Patterns:
X -Strong hit
x - Weak hit
0 - Special Hit ( Open on hats, Bell on ride, Drag on snare, Low tone on kick, Low tom on toms )
* Some of the Rhythms Included
Whole Lotta Love (Led Zeppelin), Crazy (Aerosmith), Walk this way, Close to me (The Cure), Just like heaven, Thunder (ACDC), Light my Fire (The Doors), Purple Haze (Jimmy Hendrix), Fire, Uprising (The Muse), undisclosed, Satisfaction (The Rolling Stones), Sober (Tool), With or (U2), Without you, Beautiful Day, You're gonna, go far, Kid (Offspring), Clocks (Coldplay), Mr. Brightside (The Killers), No one knows (Queens of the Stone Ag), Vertigo, Last nite ( the Strokes), Up in the Air (Thirty seconds to mars) , etc …
Smells like (Nirvana), Teen Spirit, Come as you are, Even Flow (Pearl Jam), The Pretender ( Foo Fighters), Use Somebody (kings Of Leon), Interstate Love (Stone Temple Pilots), Rooster (Alice in Chains), Decode (Paramore), Say you'll haunt me (Stone Sour) ...
SuperUnkown (Soundgarden), killing name (Rage against the machine), Erotic Nightmare (Steve Vai), Strange (Satriani), Dani California (Red Hot Cjili Peppers), in the end (Linking Park), If you could see me now (The Script), Bring me to life ( Evanescence) …
Answers, Pyramid (Radiohead), Time Flies (Oasis), Bell game, Six O' Clock (Dream Theater)
Odd Times Bank
Money (Pink Floyd), Manic Depression (Hendrix), All you need is Love (The Beatles), Seven Days (Sting), Broken Toy (Keane), Blackened (Metallica), White Room (Cream), Sound of Muzak (Porcupine Tree)
With the ascendance of rock and roll, a watershed moment occurred between 1962 and 1964 when the Surfaris released "Wipe Out", as well as when Ringo Starr of The Beatles played his Ludwig kit on American television; these were events that motivated legions to take up the drums.
A trend towards bigger drum kits in Rock music began in the 1960s and gained momentum in the 1970s. By the 1980s, widely popular drummers like Billy Cobham, Carl Palmer, Nicko McBrain, Phil Collins, Stewart Copeland, and perhaps most notably Neil Peart were using large numbers of drums and cymbals and had also begun using electronic drums. In the 1990s and 2000s, many drummers in popular music and indie music reverted to the basic four piece drum set standard.
In the 21st century, it has not been uncommon for drummers to use a variety of auxiliary percussion instruments, found objects, and electronics as part of their "drum" kits. Popular electronics include: electronic sound modules; laptop computers used to activate loops, sequences and samples; metronomes and tempo meters; recording devices; and personal sound reinforcement equipment (e.g., a small PA system to amplify electronic drums and provide a monitor for singing)
This course, designed by Studio One expert Gary Hiebner, is an all-out, in-depth exploration of MIDI editing in PreSonus' powerful DAW. You learn about the great features Studio One offers when it comes to working with and editing MIDI in your production including Actions, an option-rich way to manipulate your velocities, grooves and quantization to really get down and dirty with your MIDI parts.
Gary also explains Impact, Mojito, and Sampler One, three great virtual instruments that are built right in to this DAW and give you tons of flexibility when creating and editing patches. You'll also see and hear as Gary demonstrates how he uses the built-in Melodyne plug-in to transform an audio track into MIDI.
So get ready to take your MIDI data to the next level and bring new life to your tracks. Oh, and make sure you watch the other great courses in our ever-expanding series on Studio One, the DAW with the artist in mind.
Table of contents:
1. Setting Up Instrument Tracks
2. Setting Up Your MIDI Devices
3. Using the MIDI Editor
4. Going Through the MIDI Tools
5. Piano Roll vs. Drum Editor
6. Using MIDI Quantization
7. MIDI Velocity Actions
8. MIDI Groove
9. Using MIDI Actions
10. MIDI Quantize Actions
11. MIDI Velocity Actions
12. Double Notes, Short Notes & Split Notes
13. Conform Your MIDI to Scale
14. Editing Multiple MIDI Instruments
15. MIDI Velocity and Modulation
16. Using the Impact Drum Machine - Part 1
17. Using the Impact Drum Machine - Part 2
18. Subtractive Synthesis with Mojito
19. Using Sound Fonts & Sound Font Player
20. Getting Into Sampling with Sample One
21. Turning Melodyne Audio Events into MIDI Events
22. ReWire Setup
The virtual drum machine lets you play all the built in grooves, in any time signature and tempo you dial in. With all the functionality you can expect from an advanced metronome, this android app also gives you fine control over the swing level.
The grooves are programmed to fit your music whether you play jazz, blues, pop, rock, bossa, samba, salsa, waltz or reggae etc. It does not matter if you play guitar, bass, piano, drums, percussion or any other instrument.
Whether you are a professional musician or an enthusiast there are ways to make this metronome work for you. Improvise to any built in rhythm or practice to improve your timing. Learn to keep a steady pulse or find new beats.
While the metronome is playing you can still modify parameters like tempo, time signature, shuffle and freely customize the swing level. You can set the swing on either eighths or sixteenths.
From the settings menu you can activate the vibration feature, change the sound of the metronome or even set the color theme. These features helps when you are live on stage and need a discrete tempo indication.
Use earphones, or plug into your amplifier or PA-system during band rehearsal to get the best experience.
Practice becomes fun with a metronome that knows how to groove!
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Even beginners can get best results in no time at all , Amazing Random Features, no need to learn just play along.
There's endless fun to be had building Electro grooves on train, creating crazy techno rhythms at your desk .
Tractivate's flexible looping and touch screen composer are perfect for making beats wherever you go while its rich export features make it an ideal tool for use with other music creation software. Export CD-quality stereo mixes for listening or sharing with others. Export MIDI or audio 'stems' for importing into desktop-based digital audio workstations such as Ableton Live, Cubase or Reaper.
Tractivate's adaptable user interface and simple design make it suitable for phone users while still providing a full screen experience for tablets.
* unlimited track length
* 8 channels per track
* easy to use level mixer with mute and solo
* easy to use 16-step pattern sequencer
* pattern sequencer clipboard for easy copying
* adjustable panning for stereo effects
* accents for enhanced rhythms
* tempo support from 30 to 300 bpm
* 121 built-in sounds for immediate creativity
* sounds include classic 808 and 909 kits
* create vintage sounds with CR-78 and DR-55 kits
* pitch-shift sounds up to an octave up or down
* use built-in bass and lead sounds to enhance your beats
* load your own sounds from an SD card
* loads 16-bit mono WAV files
* easily convert 24-bit/stereo WAV files
* export tracks to CD-quality stereo mix
* export channel stem tracks for further editing
* export MIDI files for use in other music creation software
* import and export native format for backup/restore and sharing
* use the built-in file manager to rename, delete, move, copy and preview files
* share mixes directly with SoundCloud (requires SoundCloud app)
The free demo version can be found here: Tractivate Demo
A PDF user guide is available at http://tractivate.blogspot.co.uk
The grooves are divided in categories, so that you can easily select your genre and the speed to play your track.
Thanks to the organized and intuitive interface it’s possible to explore and choose among the tens available samples, the latter continues to increases and been updated.
The result is an incredible handy and useful app dedicated to any musicians would join this new experience.
Great tool for developing 4-limb coordination / practice / warm-up.
You can adjust bpm and volume of each drum and decide wether the left foot should be used and
if it should play hihat or a second bassdrum.
Furthermore you can change each note of the groove:
in stickings mode, tapping on the notes will change the drum,
in accents mode, tapping on the notes will add or remove an accent.
There is also a metronome which can be set on/off
and an acceleration mode:
In acceleration mode playback will start at 30 bpm
and increase by one every 4 bars, until it reaches that
bpm that was set before it started.
Volumes of each drum can be adjusted.
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Make music with your friends in the Cloud!
GrooveCloud is a collaborative music sequencer for the Android platform that enables its users to make music together, at the same time. For example, imagine yourself arranging a drum pattern while a friend is taking care of the bass section, and while someone else is arranging or mixing the track.
The audio engine offers the following features:
-song arranger with 8 patterns of length (1-2-4-8 measures)
-up to 8 DRUM samplers with ADSR envelope, LP and HP filter.
-up to 8 INSTRUMENT samplers, with ADSR envelope, LP and HP filter, root note and musical mode selection.
-per-note fine tuning of envelope and filter parameters
-mixer section with pan, delay and reverb sends.
-export to OGG
-more then 200 free samples
-settable BPM with swing function
GrooveCloud was designed to respond to a specific need: having a musical sketchpad with a "cloudy" feel. Indeed, it offers a number of social features, like:
-song information is stored in Online Servers and is available almost instantly to all the song participants.
-all the manipulations made by any of the participants are propagated in few seconds to all the other participants
-users can export the song to the Community Services and post a link to the audio render on Social Networks.
-users can review the latest edits.
-users can invite friends to join the song by email.
-songs can be either be public (editable and viewable by anyone) or private (editable and viewable only by the creator or invited users)
The application is going to include much more Social Connectors soon (Facebook is now available, Twitter and SoundCloud will follow).
So far, the application comes with a built-in sampler, but we are planning to add more features in the future, like a synth (or synthesizer), and more effects like compressors, bit-reducer, flanger, etc..
GrooveCloud comes with more then 200 free samples suitable for Dubstep, Techno, Trance, Progressive, Hip-Hop, Drum'n Bass, Rap but also Rock and Pop!
GrooveCloud offers the first mobile midi over network framework, delivering a groovemaker collaboratively synchronized over the social network!
Using this app is simple, find your chosen app (refresh if it is not there), select it and the next time you wake your phone, this app will be the one you see.
Groove Finder is a music player for songs in your local storage. It keeps track of what songs are listened consecutivelly and which songs are skipped. using this information, Groove Finder will find song s that fit your current mood.