Song Rhythm Tracks – Everything you need to know

Everything about Song Rhythm Trackshttps://alive-drumming.org/home/songform-rhythm-tracks/ Background, User Guides, Overview videos and Tutorial videos, Tutorial slides and more! https://alive-drumming.org/home/songform-rhythm-tracks/  

Song, “Why You Been Gone So Long” – http://hearthis.at/1822542/

https://hearthis.at/alive-drumming/2i8x16bb4ecountryswingdry145variation1of1allmix/ Song Rhythm Track that fits "Why You Been Gone So Long", using a Country Swing rhythm at 145 bpm, with a 2-bar intro', 8 choruses of 16-bar Blues form, and a 4-bar ending. As supplied on the "Old Country Music Sampler", Apple iOS App.,  https://itunes.apple.com/app/id1360761389 #GettingIntoTheGroove #practicing with #SongRhythmTracks at alivedrumming.com

Is Alive Drumming supporting my country or region?

Alive Drumming aims to cover all regions, countries, languages, and cultures.  Embracing a wide diversity of rhythms is what Alive Drumming is all about.  If we haven't adopted yours yet, we aim to in the future.  If you want yours to be supported now, why not contact us at marketing@alive-dumming.org   Alive Drumming, Drumming Technique and Musicianship, Feature Requests

How can I use the Song Rhythm Tracks? What’s my licence?

Alive Drumming grants license to remix its tracks.  That is, you can take the Song Rhythm Tracks audio, mix with your own content, and sell that mix as your own work without paying a fee to Alive Drumming. Alive Drumming prohibits resale or redistribution of its un-mixed, original Song Rhythm Tracks.  You cannot sell or give away these tracks unless you mix them into a new creative piece of work. Alive Drumming appreciates artistic attribution but does not require attribution in your remixed works.  You do not need to attribute Alive Dr

Who are Song Rhythm Tracks for?

All Musicians!   New Musicians;    Experienced Musicians;     Great Musicians; Really, any musician including Pianists, Guitarists, Horn Players, Singers and even Drummers. The tracks can be used for practice, jamming, gigging and cutting a release. They cover a wide selection of musical genres with 1000's of rhythms available. They are best for musicians who play songs or 'numbers'  and wish to have an inspiring rhythmic accompaniment that fits the song they are playing, both rhythmically and the musical form. They are particularly useful for music teachers and students a

Song, “Moon River” – http://hearthis.at/1784999/

https://hearthis.at/alive-drumming/3x1x16a22aethnicwaltzdry120variation1of4allmix/ 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.  https://itunes.apple.com/app/id1344104865 #GettingIntoTheGroove #practicing with #SongRhythmTracks at alivedrumming.com

What song forms does Alive Drumming support?

We support all the popular, essential song forms by name - 12 bar blues, 16 bar tunes, 32-bar A1A2 and 32-bar AABA, and about 30 other less common also by name.    The list is increasing!  We also support identifying these same song forms using stick notation.  This simply specifies section lengths in bars, for example, '8|8/8|8', where 'bridge' sections are preceded by a '/' instead of '|'. Additionally, we support user-defined song forms using stick notation, repeats, and concatenation of up to four (4) parts</