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Obituary Drum Loops

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$4.99
Nov 06, 2017
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$1.99
Nov 01, 2017
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$0.0
Oct 10, 2017
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Version 1.1
Oct 05, 2017
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New App: $1.99
Sep 30, 2017

iTunes Description:

This is not a drum replacement. It is a beat supplement while practicing or recording when a live drummer and kit are unavailable.

A drummer in your pocket. Shred along with Obituary Death Metal Drums.Zero learning curve interactive music app.

Press a drum button for slamming drum loops from the Obituary self-titled release from Relapse Records.
https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/obituary/id16645051

Simple Universal design
The turtle makes the beats slower. The bunny is the beat faster.
The plus sign {+] is volume louder, the negative sign {-} is quieter.

Record, mix, master with Audiobus.

Video demonstration available on YouTube.
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All music recorded at Full Force Studio by Joe Cincotta
http://fullforcestudio.com/
This app contains only high-quality .wav samples. Bass drum, toms, snare, hi-hats, cymbals all in one beat so all you have to do is press a button and shred.

What's new in v1.1

Direct link to Obituary website

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Traditionally the metal community has avoided beat machine until now. Drums by Obituary drummer DT, recorded at Full Force Studio, this app is being embraced the metal community as the number one drum tool to shed with. If you interested but can't afford the app, submit a riff to the youtube channel and enter to win a promo code.
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