||Rhythm patterns are often difficult
to remember, and even more difficult to read. PercussionStudio solves
these problems with its simple rhythm notation system that lets
you easily transcribe rhythms. It can play multiple instrument voices
simultaneously, and each track is mutable so you can play along
and learn individual parts. The program comes with a set of standard
rhythms, and you can add your own instruments. It provides functions
for automatic handset notation. You can also use Percussion Studio
as a rhythm sampler with WAV files. The program allows simultaneous
playing and editing, and plays note changes immediately. About 170
percussion instruments for download available.
Pan-slider for each track
Export as WAV-file
bpm range 30-400
Fixed problem with some soundcards, and wave-file format.
Fixed problem deleting all measures of a track.
Handset notation supports any letter.
Limit of rhythmlength extended. (Win95/98)
Comments can be written at the top of the rhythm.
32bit digital audio reverb
individual measure speed
Audio device is selectable
Does´nt lock audio device if stopped
Triplets with shift key
(b)BugFix deleting measures
Stretch the timing of measures to make rhythms swinging.
More than one track can be marked for solo play. (Hold down shift
Pan slider affects delay instead of volume
Up to 32 sounds per Instrument
User definable symbols
Notes in first 1/16
Multiuser network mode
Support for VSTi Module
VSTi Loop on/off
Instuments moved from
Registration is required to enable the saving of your work
and the network functions. ($29)
you may donate to support the player
Conga, Tumba, Quinto, Conga2, Agogos, Bell, Bongos, Cascara, Clave,
CowBellHi, CowBellLow, Guiro, Maracas, Patschhanditsam, Shaker, Shekere,
Sourdo, Triangle, for more see the instruments
Rumba Columbia, ChaCha, Funk, Guaguanco, Jamaican, Merengue, Mozambique,
Nanigo, Calypso, Samba, Wolosodon, for more see the rhythms
OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10,
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