Ever wanted to play the drums? This is the closest you can get without a real kit. This is a fun app for drummers and non-drummers alike. Impress your friends with your chops, or play along to songs from your iPod Library.
Record while playing along to songs, creating your own drum track and adding fills. Layer tracks on top of each other to make some crazy beats. Come on, you know every song can be made better with more ride cymbal.
“If you are a drummer or constantly tapping on things, you may really enjoy this app” -Ars Technica
“You know those beats you have always found to be missing in your favorite song? Well, you can make it happen now” – Katie Gatto, bestappleapps.com
Drum Kit has been featured in iPod Touch TV commercials, billboards, and posters. It’s updated frequently, with new sounds, themes, and features.
★ 6 piece kit (4 toms, snare, bass, hi-hat (open and closed), crash, ride, splash)
★ Acoustic, Electronic, and Industrial themes
★ Five different kits: Classic/Rock/Hip Hop/Techno/Dance and more coming soon!
★ Repeated cymbal taps blend in like real cymbals
★ Visual feedback when drum head is tapped
★ Professionally recorded, high quality 16-bit stereo drum sounds
★ Play multiple drum heads simultaneously
★ Extra long bass drum touch area for double bass (new: slide back and forth for fast double bass)
★ Play along with songs in your iPod library, add beats or fills
★ Record tracks, load and edit tracks
★ Metronome: tap BPM to set, or set manually
★ Recording Count-In
YouTube video of Drum Kit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=suhK7_man2o (New Girlfriend by Reina Delcid)
HOW TO RECORD:
♬ Tap the info button on the bottom right
♬ Tap the record and play a beat. Tap the stop button when done and give your track a name.
♬ You can play on top of a track while it’s playing for multi-track recording
♬ Use the metronome and count-in for easier recording
HOW TO PLAY ROLLS:
You can now slide your fingers across Drum Kit to play rolls. Turn on rolls in Settings and change the BPM (beats per minute) to fine tune your rolls. Try sliding in a circle around toms and snare for instance.
Follow Drum Kit on Twitter for promo code giveaways and drum jokes/trivia: http://twitter.com/drumkitapp
Lead Developer: Shane Vitarana