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80s Drumr: The drum kit with hexagonal drums

80s Drumr: The drum kit with hexagonal drums
  • #: 212423
  • Price: $1.99 In Apple Store
  • Category: Music
  • Updated: 2009-06-06
  • Current Version: 1.0
  • 1.0
  • Size: 2.00 MB
  • Language: English
  • Seller: Hamish Graham
  • Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 2.2.1 or later
  • © 2009 Hamish Graham
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80s Drumr puts you in charge of your very own retro-tastic hexagonal 80s drum kit, enabling you to create electronic beats while experiencing a glammed-out light show synchronized to your music. Buy 80s Drumr and get drumming right now, thumping the pads with your fingers and thumbs.

80s Drumr features:

• Dazzling light show synchronized to your drumming

• 9 super-bright LEDs triggered by the drum pads

• Drum sounds from classic drum machines that made the hits of the 1980s

• 9 hexagonal drum pads

• 3 sound banks with more soon in an update

• Play along with your iPod library and add some 80s drum sizzle to heat up your songs

• Demo mode plays a demo beat letting you test out the kits (touch the 80s Drumr icon)

• Multitouch drumming fun

• Easy and intuitive to play

• High quality 16 bit 44.1kHz samples

If you enjoy 80s Drumr make sure you also check out the other Drumr editions:

- Dance Drumr

- Rock Drumr

- Hip-Hop Drumr

Instructions to drum along to your music:

1. Start a song on your iPod

2. Start 80s Drumr and begin 80ifying your music

3. Double click the home button to change songs

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Rated 4/5 based on 2 customer reviews.


5/5 stars

Very good

Lots of fun - especially the flashing lights. Good looking kit with nice sounds.

3/5 stars

It's ok

This app is "just ok". The (3) drum kits' patches leave something to be desired, but the real problem is the feel of using the pads. It doesn't matter where or how you hit the pads, near the edge, in the middle, hard, soft, it ALL SOUNDS THE SAME. Hitting a cymbal pad and leaving your finger on the pad doesn't muffle the cymbal. Sometimes it doesn't even register a hit at all for some reason. Not only that, hitting a pad cuts off any previously playing sound abruptly... you can't do kicks while the cymbal is ringing. The app feels like a toy, not a real instrument.


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