Salsa Rhythm 4+

Salsa timing made easy

District One Mobile, LLC

Designed for iPad

    • $1.99



Master salsa timing and musicianship with this interactive app, where YOU are the band leader! For dancers, musicians, and instructors!

Top Features:
* Practice your dance timing at a tempo of YOUR choice!
* Combine instruments to your liking and choose their patterns!
* Use as a metronome and practice your groove with an ensemble!
* As an instructor, hold your dance classes anywhere!

Instruments: Clave, Piano, Congas, Timbales, Bongos, Bass, Maracas, Guiro, Cowbell and an Instructor

Also included:
* 20 different piano patterns, 20 bass patterns, >29 percussion patterns including Tumbao, Guaguancó, Cáscara, Rumba, Caballo, Danzón and more
* Automatic key change setting for practicing in all keys!
* Instructor voice counting the beats of your choosing
* Control the tempo (BPM), musical key and the individual volume of each instrument

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What’s New

Version 2021.3

Bug fixes and internal improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
3.3K Ratings

3.3K Ratings

KirstyBrit ,

Can the count be muted from the front screen?

Question: what’s the toggle button at the very bottom left of the screen, under the microphone? It looks as though it should mute the count, but seems to have no effect. Can I mute the count from the front screen? (I can do it by tapping the mic, going to the next screen, hitting mute and back, but the toggle would be much quicker.)

Update: Got your answer, thanks so much. I’m just using percussion for now, so I hadn’t picked up on the chord changing.

Developer Response ,

Hi KirstyBrit, thank you for your feedback and question! The quickest way to mute the voice is to tap the numbered counts to toggle them on/off. The toggle you asked about will change the chords automatically, which might otherwise sound monotonous. Try it by turning the toggle on and allowing the machine to run through several cycles (the piano or bass will need to be on). Please let us know if any further questions or feedback, thank you!

tybaldt ,


I’m a dance teacher with a music degree.
This is the best and most adaptable tool I’ve found for helping my students hear salsa music.
Being able to continually adjust the tempo and fade parts in and out helps people find things.
Because hearing something is an active process- if you don’t know where to listen or what to look for, you won’t hear it, even if it’s clear for everyone else.

Infern0G ,

A great app for learning or teaching musicality!

I have been dancing for about 15 years, and definitely wish I had this when I was starting off! Salsa music can be very intimidating and confusing for beginners, and this app is a nice, graphical way for both beginners and more advanced dancers to learn about the instruments of salsa and the different beats involved in the music.

My one gripe is that the interface could be a little more intuitive - case in point I turned off the visual counting for the beat and cannot figure out how to turn it back on!

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  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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