Enjoying our Audio Samples? Like some more?

Why not check out all our "sets" on the hearthis.at website where all the audio tracks on our three Song Rhythm Tracks Sampler Apps are available. You can share your music as well - http://alive-drumming.org/samples-available-herethis/   Better still, pick up any of our iOS Apps, and arrange absolutely any track you want. 

“After a while when you play an instrument, you should stop playing the instrument” – Itzhak Perlman

After a while, when you play an instrument, you should stop playing the instrument, because you know how to play the instrument. Now start talking the music. - Itzhak Perlman
Loose yourself in the music, with fellow musicians playing your songs together.

Enjoying our Audio Samples? Like some more?

Why not check out all our "sets" on the hearthis.at website where all the audio tracks on our three Song Rhythm Tracks Sampler Apps are available. You can share your music as well - http://alive-drumming.org/samples-available-herethis/   Better still, pick up any of our iOS Apps, and arrange absolutely any track you want. 

Ever wondered why “Song Rhythm Tracks“ and not just, “Rhythm Tracks“?

It is essential  that whenever you practice or play you are doing so both in the groove and in the form of the piece - get the full gist in this article - http://alive-drumming.org/song-form-rhythm-tracks/, "Why Song Form with Rhythm Tracks".

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</e

Why do these Song Rhythm Tracks sound so great?

Hands on drums
Hands-on drums
They do, don't they! And for a number of reasons:
  1. Great Recordings of Great Drummers - Song Rhythm Tracks are arranged from careful studio recordings of excellent drummers.  They are not constructed from midi files fitting together "samples" from single drum hits to form a mechanical style but rather multiple longer-form full recordings by top studio drummers, lasting from up to 8 bars at a time where you hear subtle drum rolls, variations in ride cymbal taps, complex fills and more.  The rhythmic

Song, “St. Thomas” – http://hearthis.at/1785008/

https://hearthis.at/alive-drumming/3x16bb4esalsamerenguetipicodry130variation1of1allmix/ 3 Choruses of a 16-bar Tune (4 x 4-bar phrases) with a 4-bar ending using a Salsa Merengue Tipico rhythm. at 130 bpm. As supplied on the "Jazz and Blues Sampler", Apple iOS App.  itunes.apple.com/us/app/srt-ja...1344104865?mt=8 Check out alive-drumming.org at alive-drumming.org