Song, “How High The Moon” – Jazz Standard tune, “How High The Moon“,  an older style Jazz rhythm at 100 b.p.m. 4 Choruses of a 32-bar A1A2 form (16|16) #GettingIntoTheGroove #practicing with #SongRhythmTracks at Check out the “Jazz and Blues Sampler“, Apple iOS App at


“The most exciting rhythms seem unexpected and complex, the most beautiful melodies simple and inevitable.” ― W.H. Auden view

The most exciting rhythms seem unexpected and complex, the most beautiful melodies simple and inevitable ― W.H. Auden
How true! The thing is there is nothing rhythmically complex about the mechanical rhythm of drum machines.  They may impress for the first bar but after that, the sheer monotonous of them is their downfall.  Lost is all those wonderful inner rhythms that drummers develop that play out over many bars as a response to the structure, or musical form, of the song.  For that, you need recordings of great drummers over whole sections of music and truly smart arranging to bring everything together. That's what you get with Song Rhythm Tracks. Enhance your #musicpractic

What rhythms are available for Song Rhythm Tracks?

The Song Rhythm Tracks service currently supports about 60 different distinct rhythm categories, which includes about 250 distinct rhythm types.  Most of these are available with differing instrumentations such as 'rim' shots or, say, wooden blocks, and many are available at multiple tempos.   Each variation may be considered a unique rhythm option.   In all over 3,700 different rhythm options are available that can be applied to a song form.   The app makes selection easy by providing filtering on a musical meter (say 4/4 or 3/4 time), and <span style="text-decoration: underline;"

Song, “Moon River” – Use this for tunes that fit the "16|22" form requiring an ethnic waltz 3/4 time rhythm, such as "Moon River".  Here it is arranged as 3 choruses without intro' and ending sections, performed at 120 bpm. As supplied on the “Jazz and Blues Sampler”, Apple iOS App. Nobody does #songform quite like #SongRhythmTracks at

Could you give me some examples of Song Forms?

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Song Forms for a number of songs are here Musicianship, Song Rhythm Tracks, SongForm, Website

“Collaboration is like being in a relationship, you want to foster each other’s greatness in some way” – Fiona Apple view

Like being in a relationship, you want to be collaborating with someone where you each want to bring the best out in each other.  You want to foster each other's greatness in some way. " - Fiona Apple
We want to foster your greatness.  Collaborate with us. #GettingIntoTheGroove #practicing with #SongRhythmTracks at  

“Collaboration – Creativity breads creativity. ” – Kenny Rogers

"Collaboration - The real trick to creativity is not only be creative but to surround yourself with creativity. Creativity breads creativity. That's why I like singing duets.  Duets is like running a 100-yard dash. You put someone alongside you who runs a little faster than you and you are going to run a little faster" - Kenny Rogers
Writing a song?  Learning a new tune?  Honing your chops?  Do it alongside great drummers.

Song, “Leaving On A Jet Plane” – Song Rhythm Tracks that fits "Leaving On A Jet Plane", using a Nashville Pop ballad groove at 65 bpm, with a 4-bar intro', 3 choruses of a 32-bar A1A2 form (16|16), and an 8-bar ending. As supplied on the "Old Country Music Sampler", Apple iOS App., #GettingIntoTheGroove #practicing with #SongRhythmTracks at  

Song, “Somebody Else On Your Mind” – Song Rhythm Tracks that fits "Somebody Else On Your Mind",  using a Nashville Hillbilly swing at 120 bpm, 4-bar intro', 2 choruses of a 34-bar form (16|16|2) As supplied on the "Country Music Sampler", Apple iOS App. #arrange ANY song, easily with #SongRhythmTracks   at    

Song, “El Jamaiquino” – Jamaiquino” – 3 choruses of 24-bar AAB form (as 8|8/8 bars) with an 8-bar intro’ and no ending, using a Guaracha 32 rhythm at 180 bpm Better #musicianship #practising with #SongRhythmTracks at As supplied on the “Afro-Cuban Salsa Sampler”, Apple iOS App.