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Hass a quick hosting good for drumers
Alejjjjjsaaa on May 22, 2012 for Rhythm Pad Free
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Well...
Good but it stinks that u can't record them cuz I need a beat for a talent show song I made and so I can't sing without something in the background so I was hoping this would help but... You get the idea
Meamo364 on May 22, 2012 for Rhythm Pad Free
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Notification mess
I can't get the thing to quit sending notifications. Obnoxious. Uninstalled
munichman1970 on May 21, 2012 for Rhythm Pad Free
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Music lover
Great App........good way to pass time while enjoying the rhythm.
Ashful209 on May 19, 2012 for Rhythm Pad Free
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Julianddd on May 19, 2012 for Rhythm Pad Free
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The Most Useable Of Them All !
After downloading every single one of the free drum-kit/drum-machine apps from the App Store, the "Rhythm Pad" ....wait for it....w a i t f o r i t....cue the drum roll....and....cymbal crash! Destroyed all of the other apps more convincingly than Keith Moon did at the end a of "Who" concert! I think the drum sound samples are more realistic than most of the apps I tried. The pads are configurable allowing you to set things up to the way you want your fingers to trigger the percussion. This feature alone, which is unlike most other apps that present you with a "picture" of a drum kit, makes this app the stand out. Having a picture of a real drum set and having to imagine you are sitting behind it on your throne is a joke because you're not at real drums you're on the flat surface of an iPad screen. It just doesn't work to have a 3-D picture of drums on a 2-D playing surface. Those apps are just dumb ideas with hardly any novelty appeal. This app works very well and the feature of being able to play along to songs in iTunes had me jamming in just a couple of minutes. Sure it could be enhanced; things could be more configurable and made even more usable, but the developer is definitely on the right track.
LaughingBluesCryingSunshine on May 18, 2012 for Rhythm Pad Free
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