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"Thank you for creating Drum Beats+. It is nearly exactly what I was looking for – an easy to use, stereophonic drum machine with a good variety of preset loops (I did not want to have to do a lot of programming), good quality (lifelike) percussion instrument voices, and user selectable tempo. It has added zest and a good deal of fun to my practice sessions. I look forward to using it as a creative tool in my current songwriting endeavors." 5 stars. US iOS Customer, Dave.
Drum Beats+ is a simple and fun collection of drum loops for stress-free jamming and songwriting accompaniment. A typical drum machine requires you to make your own beats from scratch; not this one. Ranging from 1 to 4 bars in length, these drum loops are great for casual practice or exploring song ideas. No assembly required! Plug into speakers for optimal sound (or just play right from your device!). This is the drum machine you’ve always wanted!
- Gorgeous, Simple Design
- Over 100 Drum Loops (various styles)
- Beat Pack Store
- Includes "Hit Song" Pack
(remakes of beats from 16 chart-topping songs)
- Easy Tempo Changer (60-190BPM, intervals of 5BPM)
- Tempo count-off (precount)
- Loud and Clear Sound (Professionally Mastered)
- Randomizer Button
- Use as a metronome for rhythm practice
HOW IT WORKS:
1) Tap a beat to start playing.
2) Tap 'Tempo' to change the speed.
3) Tap 'Star' icon to save a favorite beat.
WHY IS THIS APP UNIQUE?
Drum Beats+ was created for those who simply need great beats fast without fiddling with drum machine programming or waiting on a human drummer. The app store has plenty of drumkit simulator apps, as well as more complex beat-making apps - but for musicians who just need great beats on-demand, there were no serious options, until now.
Drum Beats+ has been optimized for ease of use and creative accompaniment. And if you understand the benefits of a metronome for practice, this app will be invaluable. It’s like a metronome, but better!
A VARIETY OF BEATS
Drum Beats+ includes 100+ drum loops created by a professional drummer and offers out of the box accompaniment for almost any type of music imaginable. Add-on packs cover even more ground - Jazz, Blues, Country, Metal, etc. We are continually adding new beats to make this app the most robust, easy-to-use drum machine app on the market!
EASY TEMPO CONTROL
One-touch tempo adjustment. Each beat is sampled at the following speeds:
TWO WAYS TO PLAY
1) Tap a beat name to play.
2) Tap the 'Randomizer' to quickly audition random beats. (Great for fresh inspiration!)
+ STARTER PACK:
A collection of 16 must-have drum beats spanning rock, blues, jazz, as well as artificial. Think of this as the 'Pack of All Trades'.
+ HIT SONGS:
16 beats modeled after some of the most popular and easily recognizable songs ever recorded. Perfect for playing along to the hits or making entirely new creations!
Whether you're looking to write your next hit song or just add spice to your practice, this pack offers 22 fun and versatile beats.
+ BREAK BEATS:
Cool, hip and edgy grooves to get the party started.
+ RHYTHM & TIMING:
Master your internal clock, dynamics and rhythmic feels with this 41-beat instructional pack. Contains ‘no-beat’ beats which act as a metronome for you to practice different rhythms over.
MORE SOUNDS W/ 'BEAT PACKS'
Keep the beats coming! Jazz, Blues, Country, Heavy Metal, Latin and more are available via in-app purchase. Replace your boring metronome with this one-of-a-kind drum machine today!
Master Salsa Timing and Instrument identification using our Interactive Salsa Rhythm Android App.
■ Interact with instruments to train your ears to distinguish each instrument
■ Practice your timing On-1 and On-2
■ Combine and arrange instruments to create different salsa tunes
■ Become a part of the growing Salsa Beat Machine community
Instruments: Clave, Piano, Congas, Timbales, Bongos, Bass, Maracas, Guiro, Cowbell and an Instructor
■ 21 different piano patterns, 11 Bass patterns, 28 percussion patterns including Clave, Tumbao, Guaguancó, Cáscara, Rumba, Caballo, Danzón and more
■ Instructor voice counting the beats On-1 and On-2
■ Control the tempo (BPM), musical key and the volume of each individual instrument
■ Supports both 2/3 and 3/2 Clave orientations
Have problems finding the beat in Salsa music - where's the "One", where is the "Two"? Can't seem to feel the rhythm? Need to train your ear to fish for different instruments as they play in concert during a Salsa song? This app will help you to develop better timing, learn about different key instruments involved in Salsa compositions, and improve your ability to execute your dance patterns better while developing concepts of musicality. This app is recommended for beginner, intermediate or advanced dancers, band members, music students and just about anyone who want to master the rich rhythms of Latin music.
For more info & support visit our Facebook page:
NETWORK COMMUNICATION - Used for displaying the Salsa Timing videos (accessible from the main menu) and reporting error information in case of application crash (anonymous crash report).
PHONE CALLS - Used to detect whenever there is an incoming call and stop the music automatically so it does not interrupt your phone calls.
On some older devices, the app may terminate or not start because of a low memory condition. Restarting the device (turning it off and then on again) may help with this situation.
For any issue, please contact email@example.com.
In our application 75 different usuls together with their velvele (velvele of an usul is formed by increasing the number of beats of each main beat without changing the meter of the usul) forms are available for two different measure units (1/8 & 1/4).
Turkish Music Usûls (Rhythmic Pattern)
Nîm (Half) Sofyan ( 2 beats )
Semâî ( 3 beats )
Sofyan ( 4 beats )
Türk Aksağı ( 5 beats )
Zafer ( 5 beats )
Yürük Semâî ( 6 beats )
Darb ( 6 beats )
Sengîn Semâî ( 6 beats )
Mürekkeb Nîm (Half) Sofyan ( 6 beats )
Devr-i Hindi ( 7 beats )
Devr-i Turan ( 7 beats )
Düyek ( 8 beats )
Ağır Düyek ( 8 beats )
Müsemmen ( 8 beats )
Darb-ı Bulgar ( 8 beats )
Aksak ( 9 beats )
Ağır Aksak ( 9 beats )
Çifte Sofyan ( 9 beats )
Evfer ( 9 beats )
Aydın ( 9 beats )
Raks Aksağı ( 9 beats )
Oynak ( 9 beats )
Mürekkeb Semâî ( 9 beats )
Curcuna ( 10 beats )
Aksak Semai ( 10 beats )
Ağır Aksak Semâî ( 10 beats )
Aksak Semâî Evferi ( 10 beats )
Lenk (Nîm) Fahte ( 10 beats )
Ceng-i Harbî ( 10 beats )
Tek Vuruş ( 11 beats )
Frenkçîn ( 12 beats )
Nîm (Half) Çenber ( 12 beats )
İkiz Aksak ( 12 beats )
Mazmûri ( 12 beats )
Nîm (Half) Evsat ( 13 beats )
Şarkı Devr-i Revânı ( 13 beats )
Bektaşî Devr-i Revânı ( 13 beats )
Âyîn (Mevlevi) Devr-i Revânı ( 14 beats )
Musabba ( 14 beats )
Devr-i Türkî ( 14 beats )
Raksân ( 15 beats )
Bektaşî Raksânı ( 15 beats )
Bektaşî Raksı ( 16 beats )
Çifte Düyek ( 16 beats )
Fer ( 16 beats )
Nîm (Half) Berefşan ( 16 beats )
Nîm (Half) Hafif ( 16 beats )
Turan Semâîsi ( 17 beats )
Darb-ı Türkî ( 18 beats )
Nîm (Half) Devir ( 18 beats )
Fahte ( 20 beats )
Durak Evferi ( 21 beats )
Hezeç ( 22 beats )
Şirin ( 22 beats )
Çenber ( 24 beats )
Nîm (Half) Sakîl ( 24 beats )
Evsat ( 26 beats )
Beste Devr-i Revanı ( 26 beats )
Şarkı DevriRevânı ( 26 beats )
Firengifer ( 28 beats )
Devr-i Kebîr ( 28 beats )
Muzaaf Devr-i Kebir
Remel ( 28 beats )
Devr-i Sagîr ( 30 beats )
Muhammes ( 32 beats )
Hafif ( 32 beats )
Berefşân ( 32 beats )
Darb-ı Hüner ( 38 beats )
Sakîl ( 48 beats )
Hâvî ( 64 beats )
Darb-ı (Zarb-ı) Fetih ( 88 beats )
Nîm (Half) Zencîr ( 60 beats )
Murabba Zencîr ( 88 beats )
Zencîr ( 120 beats )
Cihâr (Çar) ( 124 beats )
Web Site: http://www.turkmuzigiusulleri.com
Twitter : https://twitter.com/turkusulleri
Keywords: turkish, music, rhythm, teacher, notes, learn, usul, makam, kudum, zahme, knock, form, listen, note, music, sound, bpm, metronome
Rhythm is the basis of all music. Exercise 10–15 minutes a day using fun and field-tested method tailored to your personal learning speed.
Whether you are practicing alone or with a teacher, Rhythm Trainer will help you to:
✓ Develop sense of rhythm
✓ Easily figure out and play rhythm by ear
✓ Sight-read rhythm notation in sheet music
Rhythm by rhythm. Day by day. Play rhythmically anywhere! Learn once, use forever.
★ Simple and intuitive controls.
★ Visual and tactile feedback.
Rhythm will never feature any advertisements and will remain free to use.
All feedback is welcomed! Please shoot me an email with any comments regarding issues and improvements.
*Easy to use
*Must have for every singer/composer
*Beautiful tone of manual tabla and tanpura
Taals : 10 taals (Dadra, Rupak, Keharwa, Matta, Jhaptal, Rudra, Ektal, Ada Chautal, Pancham Sawari, Tintal)
Tempo: 60 - 240 BPM (with increments of 1)
IN PREMIUM VERSION TOTAL TAALS: 29
Dadra - 6 beat (5 Variations) | Rupak - 7 beat cycle | Tewra-7 beat | Keharwa - 8 beat cycle (6 Variations) | Matta - 9 beat cycle | Jhaptal - 10 beat cycle |
Surfakta-10 beat | Rudre -11 beat | Chautaal - 12 beat cycle | Ektal - 12 beat cycle | Vishwa - 13 beat | Ada chautaal - 14 beat cycle |
Deepchandi - 14 beat cycle | Fardost-14 beat | Jhumra - 14 beat cycle | Pancham sawari 15 beat | Addha - 16 beat cycle | Tilwara 16 beat |
Tintal - 16 beat (2 Variations)
Looking for a neat drum sequencer for the way? Without getting lost in sub menus and bunches of tabs? The Rhythm Composer H-404 is a single screen drum sequencer for quick drum loops on the fly. It roughly orients on the ingenious 808 (which often is just too heavy to carry for a spontaneous jam). Maybe you need a quick rhythm for training freestyle or you want to add some drums to play on with your instrument of choice or you are a beat maker who can't stop messing around with drum patterns no matter where, then this app might just be the thing you have been looking for.
We tried to make the interaction as intuitive and convenient as possible by focusing on what we felt the most essential drum composer features:
• one 1/16th loop pattern
• 9 fine tuned drum samples (to get started)
• pitch and volume fader for each sample
• BPM control
• 6 completely independent sets (with autosave)
• reset for clearing a set with one tap
musicians play in time when playing songs with complex rhythms.
Rhythms can be made up of whole notes down to sixteenth notes
(including dotted notes, triplets, and ties) and rests of similar duration.
Time signatures can be specified to accentuate the clicks on the
downbeat and slightly accentuate every second beat (or third beat in
e.g., 6/8 time).
The tempo can be entered with a keyboard, selected among a drop-down list
of Italian tempo markings, or adjusted with buttons.
The rhythm and tempo can be saved in the application's memory.
The rhythm can also be copied to and pasted from the clipboard.
Go to the import/export screen (accessed through the big "floppy disc"
button icon) for this.
This metronome is audio-only and does not provide "visual clicks".
An advanced entry mode (reached by clicking on the "keyboard" icon on the
keyboard) allows for the entry of notes, rests and time signatures of
E.g.,: Enter "n1/32" for a thirty-second note, "n3/64" for a dotted
thirty-second note, "n1/7" for a septuplet (seven notes in the time of
one); "r1/64" for a sixty-fourth rest;
"t7/4" for a 7-over-4 time signature.
It is also possible to group notes with parenthesis.
Individual notes and rests and groups can be played multiple times by
appending an asterisk and a number.
E.g.,: "(n1/2n1/4*2)*3" would play three times:
half-note, quater-note, quater-note.
Copyright 2014, Robert R. Enderlein.
The rhythm entry field does not allow moving the cursor by tapping,
making selections, or copy/pasting. Use the arrow keys on the keyboard to
move. Use the import/export screen (accessed
through the big "floppy disc" button icon) to copy or paste.
If the application sleeps for too long, the rhythm entry might be replaced
by "x". I suggest you save your rhythms often, and reload them if that
The metronome click soundtrack is from soundbible.com "Metronome",
recorded by Mike Koenig, license: Creative commons attribution 3.0.
The musical note images where generated with Lilypond (www.lilypond.org).
Some of the code was based on Periklis Ntanasis's BeatKeeper
(https://github.com/MasterEx/BeatKeeper). License: UNLICENSE.
Some of the code was based on Maarten Pennings's tutorial for
creating a custom keyboard
Licensed under Apache License 2.0.
The Italian tempo markings where taken from Wikipedia
under an Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License.