Afrolatin Drum Machine - Free Beats

Afrolatin Drum Machine - Free Beats

By Lumbeat

  • App Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2014-06-05
  • Current Version: 4
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 79.28 MB
  • Developer: Lumbeat
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 8.0
App Ratings: 4.5
Based on 91 Reviews

Afrolatin Drum Machine - Free Beats App Description

All the afro latin rhythms with the highest sound quality. From Cuba to Republica Dominicana, hot latin rhythms like son, guaguancó, bembé or merengue. The new Live Pads lets to play live sessions on the way with 8 assignable pads and buttons for fills. Combine lots of amazing acoustic percussion sounds: congas, bongos, shekeres, shakers, claves, blocks,maracas,cowbells...


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App Reviews

  • Excellent I recommend 100%

    By Johnny A. Singer
    Excellent I recommend 100%
  • Sophisticated

    By Ashenfelder
    Captures the nuances in a variety of styles of Latin music.
  • Very nice, very helpful

    By animagape
    Is a very complete app. Good to practice and play as a solo band. Very good sounds library
  • Good learning tool

    By Jsp775
    The sounds are very good. The free version of the app gives you 16 bars. If you write a review you get another 16 bars. Upgrading to the full version gets you many more sounds and styles. I find all of the apps in this series invaluable both as introductions to the genres and as tools for backing tracks or practice.
  • I recommend

    By Noey T.
    So far so good. Sounds great!
  • Forced

    By Power SMackMan
    Free sounds to write a review
  • Don’t practice without it

    By ReggieVaval
    If you are serious about your salsa playing!
  • Great!

    By tcstabler
    Terrific app!
  • Excellent companion rhythm

    By macondo seco
    I play a variety of percussion instruments and this is the best app that I found that allows me to play along with clave and whatever else I want to add.
  • A great songwriting tool!

    I am a bassist songwriter and bandleader. I don’t play percussion or know how to explain the arrangements I hear. Now I do because I can use this app as template and direct my ideas better. I have introduced this app to many players I meet and they immediately download it. I am still in the process of learning the origins of these many styles, I will comment an update when I do.