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Hi all, im looking for a free software who simulate a drum track so i can play on it.

Playing with a metronome is boring.

After a little search i read about ezdrummer and FL studio but its not free and look so complicated...

What do you guys use when you just want to groove/funk/improvise with some beat ?
#2
I just read about Hammerhead rhythm station. It seems pretty solid
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It doesnt tell me what are you using ?
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if you cant afford software, you go for the free stuff. how hard is that to understand? the threadstarter has the right idea.


BlackJinx, try out the demo of addictive drums. the demo is limited to a few different drums, but it gives you something basic to work with. on sale during august at guitar center as well, so if you like it you can pick it up for a good price.
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Quote by jof1029
if you cant afford software, you go for the free stuff. how hard is that to understand? the threadstarter has the right idea.


BlackJinx, try out the demo of addictive drums. the demo is limited to a few different drums, but it gives you something basic to work with. on sale during august at guitar center as well, so if you like it you can pick it up for a good price.



Thank you very much jof1029. Im downloading addictive drum 1.5 demo.

Thats what i was lookin for.
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& thank you heminder, i will try hydrogen if i dont like addictive drum.

it seems its for linux. it says experiental windows installer..

no worries!

yeah, it's been branded as 'experimental' for windows, since it's developed mainly for linux.
should work just the same.