Electronic and futuristic beats instantly. Loads of editable grooves and multilayer sounds. Jamming algorithm improved and adapted for electronic music.
Minimal, House, Electro, Hip Hop, Industrial, Electro Latino, EDM
- Midi Out sends all note grooves and jamming at real time, so you can record the sequence or apply external sounds.
- The new Live mode involves you in the grooves like never before with loads of controls with effects, hits, reverses, slices and groove controls at real time
- Reverse or Slice individual hits with the easy editor.
- Live Pads to assign rhythms, jam intensity and colors to play live session. Selectable by Midi with Notes or Program Change.
- Song Mode is the fastest and effective way to create the structure for your songs with the best quality.
- Integrated Effects: Compressor, Delay, Reverb and EQ for main Mix. 2 Extra Send delays for Live mode
- More than 100 Multilayer sounds
- More than 300 editable grooves easy searchable by tags. Don't need to program but you can make your own grooves, no limits.
Midi Program Change: SoundSet
Midi CC 0: Bank
Midi CC 1: Jam Intensity
Midi CC 7: Master Volume
Midi CC 11: Swing
Midi CC 32: Rhythm
Midi CC 91: Reverb Gain
--- Live Pad Midi Controls:
- Default by Midi Notes, assignable to Program Change in Midi Setup.
C1 to G1 : Select Pad
D2: Fill for the next Pad change
E2: Fill for every Pad change
A2: Fill & Start / End.
- Song Mode Controls:
Midi Note C1: Preview Song
Midi Note D1: Next Song
* Double press to edit a part or song
* Long press to move parts or songs
- Fixed iOS 13 issues
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Worth the dough
I’ve been got a small fortune invest in iPad music apps. There always seemed to be a lackluster selection for the percussive sections as far as creativity. Honestly up until now I would argue that GarageBand’s sequencer was as good or better than any app available. Of course I had somehow missed this developer named Luis’ apps but man these things are awesome. Tons of fun, great sounds, patterns for those times you have a melodic itch you wanna jump straight into, and patterns that are thoughtfully selected/created that will inspire you from the many corners of electronic music. Obviously, you can make anything you like from scratch as well. So far, very impressed. Will update if I run into anything worth noting but I have a feeling this is a well polished machine and there won’t be many issues. All of Luis’ apps are among the best in the iPad music world for rhythm. It’s worth it to save your money to get one of his apps rather than 3 more of the same synths or effects. I suggest this because he was able to combine a little of everything into this one I feel like it’s the least commitment to a certain sound/genre for the price and will give you an idea of if these apps are for you. Anyhow really nice app! Recommended for sure
Playin’ at music with a Pro’ sittin’ in
As a public school teacher, I worked to develop skills and flexibilities to utilize them within each of my students. A cardinal approach is to facilitate the student from where they are when you encounter them, to next steps on their journey, by providing models, encouragement and inspiration along their path. Across diverse fields of curriculum, part of the goal included providing opportunity for the student to experience the subject matter from perspectives within the discipline (e.g. how would a scientist pursue “scientific method” to move from observation/ curiosity through gathering data, drawing conclusions, forming hypothesis, testing its application to “discovering a principle”, or how might a writer use a particular format to express/ convey content to an audience). That is what Lumbeat does with each of its apps: provide models, each of which contains levels of interaction and variations to accommodate an encourage the user’s participation in playing/ creating music. Whether basic AND interesting accompaniment, while the user plays on another instrument or mastering the basics, intricacies and art of drumming, this and the other Lumbeat apps will provide many successful “next steps”
Finally free of piano rolls and daw style drum programming!
It took me quite a while to get past the price simply because apps that I thought were similar let me down a lot. But after working with it a few days (months now) I’m more than satisfied. The rhythms are actually usable and are not just random hits scattered around the sequencer. Everything in the app is customizable and can be as complicated or as simple as you want it to be. I am no drummer but I have had no problem creating intros, verses and choruses, with variation and fills. It takes a little patience but very rewarding. The grooves I have made I would never have come close to especially in terms of complexity. Im very happy to be free of piano rolls, mouse clicks and typical DAW style drum programming. The kits cover a lot of ground sound wise. It gives you five different sequencer tracks as well. I really hope this one stays maintained for a while because it definitely is not a trash app at all. Also, the dev added a few more kits recently.
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- Lumbeat Ltd.
- 131.3 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 8.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
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- Age Rating
- © LumBeat 2017
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.