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Freeware i505 Drum Machine for the iPad

Description

Sit back with the i505 and start creating beats using classic sounds from one of the most venerable drum machines of the 80's.

The i505 allows you play free-form as well as record your old-school beats using the built in sequencer. Tap the grid and the window will expand so you can edit your creation. Use the tempo wheel to speed up or slow down the beats per minute. Simple, easy, fun… and best of all free!

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One Red Dog Media presents Molten , Drum Machine for the iPad

http://www.youtube.com/v/XGIIt_t6KMY&rel=0&hl=en_US&feature=player_embedded&version=3

From their website:

Beats at your fingertips

Molten is a powerful and intuitive tool for creating percussive sounds and rhythm sequences. Using a revolutionary approach to grid based pattern sequencing that divides time to instantly add tuplets and fills to your drum programming. Unleash the potential of your beats on theiPad.

A complete rhythm synthesizer

Molten is built on a versatile synthesizer that allows you to play and process your own sound samples. The kits can be mangled, filtered and crushed using the multi-touch interface. Load and store your patterns and share them with your friends. Export to astandard MIDI file and import into aprofessional digital audio workstation.

Features

Easily and quickly create rhythms with complex time signatures Intuitively divide a note into tuplets Sample based synthesis with user loadable samples Each pattern has 8 instrument track Global master effects processor including delay, reverb, EQ & compressor Share your pattern compositions as audio or MIDI files or transfer patterns between Molten users appstore

Available 24th Nov 2010 Price: $9.99

More info: http://www.onereddog.com.au/ If you have cool music applications working on different tablets, please let me know !

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