The World's First AI Drum App

Positive Grid releases X Drummer for iPad      26/04/17

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Positive Grid has announced the release of X Drummer for iPad, which they describe as the world's first artificial intelligence drum app. Here's the story in their own words...

Smart, fast and easy to use, X Drummer removes the hassle from building drum tracks, and thanks to the cutting-edge AI machine-learning technology. X Drummer quickly learns any song and then automatically find the grooves and drum sounds that match the user playing style and feel. Featuring the very best sound quality possible and access to a bottomless library of kits and grooves, X Drummer is one of the most versatile virtual drummer available today.

The sound and feel of a session drummer

X Drummer is a full-blown virtual drummer with the human touch, featuring hundreds of easily editable onboard drum grooves and the highest quality drum sound engine. In the same way of a real session drummer, X Drummer can even change its feel depending of each music style.

Design your own custom drum kits
X Drummer features an easy-to-use interface where users can customize any and every drum component, from the drumhead and damping ring, to the cymbal types and sizes - it can even change the pitch, attack, and resonance for each part of the kit to fit each user personal style.

Thousands of drum kits and patterns in the cloud (coming in Q3 2017)

Positive Grid is currently working to offer instant access to  cloud-based drum kits and drum patterns created by Professional drummers and users around the globe. An infinite number of cloud-based drum kits and patterns will be available for download in Q3 2017.

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