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

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  

How do I arrange tracks using Song Rhythm Tracks?

Song Rhythm Tracks shines at arranging! There are three ways.  It's your choice.  Check out -

  1. Select   the song form name  for your song from a list and then choose the number of choruses and the length of any intro' and ending sections.
  2. Enter     the song form's list of section lengths, such as "8|8/8|8" instead of selecting song form name.
  3. Lookup  an arrangement based on the title you are giving your track.  If a track with the same title has been shared before you'll get that arrangement and then you

Song, “Blue Monk” – Monk" - Contributed artists track of Blue Monk based on a Song Rhythm Tracks. Check out the “Jazz and Blues Sampler”, Apple iOS App. #GettingIntoTheGroove #practicing with #SongRhythmTracks at

“Music is very spiritual, it has the power to bring people together.” – Edgar Winter

Music is very spiritual, it has the power to bring people together. – Edgar Winter
When musicians come together they want to listen to each other, to each others music, phrasing, dynamics, micro-rhythms.  You want to listen to your fellow musicians.  To be fully focussed on it.  You don't want to be listening to a click-track or counting in your head.  My suggestion, if you don't have a drummer, use the same Song Rhythm Tracks in private practice and when you jam.  That'll free up your concentration for listening. #GettingIntoTheGroove #practicing with #SongRhythmTracks at

Song, “Love Hurts” – Song Rhythm Tracks that fits "Love Hurts", using a Country Even 8th rhythm at 75 bpm, with 2 choruses of 48-bar A1A2A3 form (16|16|16). As supplied on the “Country Music Sampler”, Apple iOS App. Improve your #musicianship #practising with #SongRhythmTracks at

Song, “Longina” –” – 2 choruses of a user-defined form (as 4|13|20 bars) with a 4-bar intro’ and no ending, using a modern slow Merengue rhythm at 112 bpm As supplied on the “Afro-Cuban Salsa Sampler”, Apple iOS App. #GettingIntoTheGroove #practicing with #SongRhythmTracks at

Here’s what folk are saying about Song Rhythm Tracks – Eloa –

Drum Machines don’t work end-to-end. They’re not performance-ready - So I just use this one App and it’s fast and reliable for me during performance. Totally love this app.
- Eloa

Make best use of your making music time – 15 to 30 seconds to arrange a superb Song Rhythm Track. That’s fast.

Music is a proud, temperamental mistress. Give her the time and attention she deserves, and she is yours. Slight her and there will come a day when you call and she will not answer. So I began sleeping less to give her the time she needed. – Patrick Rothfuss
Here is the thing.  It is wonderful to play along to a top rhythmic backing track, properly arranged but they have been so hard to acquire and organise.  So most musicians have not been willing to use them.  Everything has changed with Song Rhythm Tracks - 15 to 30 seconds to arrange a track that sounds superb. Totally in the groove.  So complete.   Easily rearranged.   Forever ready with the arrangement clearly visible.   Now you can always have great rhythmic backing tracks. Improve your #musicianship #practising with #SongRhythmTracks at

How do Songs, Rhythms and Rhyme Support Early Development?

A study published in Frontiers in Psychology found that musical training can enhance young children's reading skills and executive functioning. The study participants were 6-year-olds who had never received any formal music lessons. After eight months of regular music classes, the children showed significant improvements in their reading ability and executive function compared to a control group of children who did not receive musical training.

"Songs, rhythms and rhyme can profoundly affect early development. They can provide a fun and stimulating way to interact with your child and support their cognitive, linguistic and emotional development," says mum, linguist, and writer Olivia Jones of Author Flair.


Song, ” I Wish I Knew How It Feels To Be Free” –

" I Wish I Knew How It Feels To Be Free" -   6 Choruses of a 16-bar tune (4 x 4-bar phrases) and a 4-bar ending using a light LA Pop even-8th rhythm, Song Rhythm Track.

As supplied on the "Jazz and Blues Sampler", Apple iOS App.

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