orDrumbox is a free drum machine software, designed to be as creative as possible with some unusual features: auto-composition, polyrythmes, custom arpeggiator, automatic sounds/track matching , custom softsynths, lowfi rendering and more .
This software can automatically compose bass line, melodic patterns and complete songs.
It comes with rhythms database and sounds database including music items which can be fully edited. And a fully customizable softsynth section add many synthetics sounds as presets to sounds library.
- Pattern oriented – create songs by assembling various patterns.
- Automatic composition – use either an automatic fill engine or a random engine.
- Drum Kits – import, create, modify and save drum kits.
- Automatic sound assignations – use Natural Language Processing for matching sounds to tracks and to “categorize” sounds.
- Soft synth – generate sounds using an analog synth emulation: two VCO generator, FM modulation, envelope ADSR controller, low pass / hi pass filters.
- Sequencer – assemble patterns in a song.
- Importing/Exporting – generates and exports songs and individual patterns in 16 bits /44 Khz/stereo sounds CD-quality, so you can re-use them in any other sound application.
- Midi – midi importation/exportation.
- Audio Mixer – control pitch, volume, pano and solo/mute each track in the same interface.
- Audio effects: echo (beat synchronized) and a 24 bits filter (BP and LP). A volume control and compressor is available for the mix.
Support: User Guide
License: GNU General Public License v2.0
orDrumbox is written in Java. Learn Java with our recommended free books and free tutorials.
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