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(taking a tour of iPhone drum machines and all of their terrible ads and pricing structures. this one is made with EasyBeats, which is the best and least annoying re pricing I’ve tried so far)
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(another quick phone loop with easy beats! I’m really liking the program, gonna try Koala next)
@zee EasyBeats for iOS. it’s free and pretty good! some preloaded sounds, easy to record your own samples, simple user interface. gonna try Koala next on recommendation
@christa Thanks! I bought the pro version because they seemed like an indie dev :X. I think I know how to make it "perfect loop" but I need to futz more...
@christa I've been "learning" GarageBand's loop maker (by which I mean, poking at GarageBand and failing) but I like the interface this has more than the GB Drum Machine.
@zee yeah I had been using garage band for things but it has some show stopping what I’d consider bugs for how I write music. I also wanted an option to write things on my phone! this has been nice and simple so far, pretty impressed. Darius also recommended Koala, which I’m planning on checking out soon
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