Drumbot is the next best thing to a real drummer. Full song loops and tons of grooves. Designed specifically for non-drummers for use as backing tracks during song composition. We've partnered with real drummers, (can you think of a better beat maker?) Each of the hand-crafted "songs" consists of a collection of loops (loop set) that all run at the same BPM and are all inter-related. Most loop sets have multiple intro's, verses, chorus', fills, crashes and outros. You can organize these basic building blocks into a unique arrangement that suits your needs. Each of the loop previews (on the left-hand side of drumbot) are about 5-10 seconds -- just long enough to give you a feel for the groove. When you find a groove you like, double-click on it, or click the "Test Drive" button to load the "loop set" into drumbot. Then you can quickly arrange the loops by dragging and dropping a colored block onto the timeline. Keyboard Shortcuts
The top 100 songs ever recorded -ITHP.orgEvery year some corporate, musical crackpot devises a list filled with meaningless jargon only a washed up Oxford Humanities professor could interpret. Just because you smoked LSD and memorized the Webster’s dictionary in college while your peers were experiencing life doesn’t give you the right to fill our heads with unintelligible metaphors that sound like they originated in the laboratory of Hitler’s propaganda czar. Stop tricking us into accepting your musical opinions with that superior intellect and schizophrenic writing style. Finally after years of fuming at the Musical Media Complex (MMC) we’ve decided to release our very own list into cyberspace. The List If you enjoy this list please tell us by "liking" our Facebook page. Song: Space Oddity Artist: David Bowie Song: Bohemian Rhapsody Artist: Queen <A HREF="
beatlab - make music togetherNOW PLAYING: CitySounds.fm - The music of citiesThe Infinite Drum MachineBuilt by Kyle McDonald, Manny Tan, Yotam Mann, and friends at Google Creative Lab. Thanks the The Philharmonia Orchestra, London for contributing some sounds to this project. The open-source code is available here. Check out more at A.I. Create beats using sounds from the everyday world. Privacy & Terms Please rotate your phone to portrait mode. Oops, sorry for the tech trouble.
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Drum pattern sequencerIncludes over 400 unique drum samples, spanning electro to real drum kits. Create beats, compose drum tracks and then save the results to WAV sound files for use in other projects or software. Enjoy! Two Play Buttons? The top play button is for the beat pattern you're working on. The pattern will loop. The bottom play button is for the overall song. Song Timeline Below the grid is the song timeline, where you can drag and drop the gray "parts" (loops) into the timeline. Remove an item from the timeline by dragging it out of the timeline. Channels There are 8 available channels, which are used to set up drum loops. The browser contains about 400 unique drum samples organized by category. The mini "I" means "isolate", which will essentially mute all other channels. The mini "M" button means "mute". The white-ish knob on the left is for the volume, and on the right is pan. Drag and drop channels using the slim black edge to the left to re-arrange. Parts (A B C D E F) Release Notes Open & Save Projects
stereomood – emotional internet radio - music for my mood and acOVERDRIVE MUSIC - Une boite à rythme en ligne pour vous accompagner (application flash) : One motion drum machine!Si vous ne savez pas comment se joue une batterie ou si vous ne savez pas comment programmer une boite à rythme, voici quelques exemples et explications : Vous trouverez ici une petite application en ligne pour découvrir les instruments de la batterie en SON et en IMAGE : VIRTUAL DRUMS Quelques exemples si vous avez besoin de comprendre la grille rythmique d'une boite à rythme. Ca peut aussi vous aider à comprendre les bases du solfège rythmique. Chaque temps est décomposé en 4 pulsations : des doubles-croches... Le découpage de la grille en double-croches Le placement des noires sur chaque temps Les croches "en l'air" Figure de croches 1 Figure de croches 2 Mélange de croches et de double-croches Les 2 dernières double-croches de chaque temps Le premier exemple de rythme "8 beat" (voir en-dessous)- hi-hat/snare/kick Attention, pour obtenir l'effet désiré les réglages sont parfois assez fins. 1 - La base = Le "8 beat", c'est à dire un rythme binaire joué avec des croches au charleston :
5 Great Ways to Find Music That Suits Your MoodJessica Miller has written for Jewcy.com, The Jew and the Carrot, and is an avid digital music explorer. She holds a B.A. in religion from Barnard College, and blogs regularly on her own site, The Boomerang Blog. You don’t have to be Oliver Sacks to know that music can have a profound effect on the human psyche. Luckily for us, there are now several websites out there that feature mood searches. So whether you’re feeling down and need a pick-me-up; you’re down and you’d like to stay that way for a bit — whether you’re in an "Empire State of Mind," or it’s just another "Manic Monday" — we’ve hand picked our five most satisfying sites for finding the perfect songs to suit your mood. 1. Musicovery is a fun and colorful website that lets you find your mood-appropriate music with several adjustable options. Musicovery then creates a brightly colored family tree of mood music for you. Pros: Fun to look at, lots of fine-tuning options. Despite the enthusiasm in its name, AUPEO! 3. 4. 5.