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  • Drumbot Sequence

    I hope that this works okay.

    Has anybody else used an drum sequencer that runs in your browser, called Drumbot?

    You selected a sound for each line in the sequencer and then just click when you want the sound to play. You can alter the BPM etc

    I have attatched an example of a drum pattern that I made and exported as a text file. So you can upload the text file to the browser and you should get the drum pattern.

    You can then export the file as a wav and mix it

    It is pretty self explanitory, but if you have any questions, I can see if I can help


    Ps I have no affiliation with the software etc. It is just something that I found that was useful and I wanted to share it with others.
    Attached Files
    Compose drum patterns and loops online. Export results as WAV files for use in other projects or software. Tons of drum samples to choose from.

  • #2
    I hope that this helps to show a bit of the potential and possibilities of the above link

    Last Thursday I created that drum pattern and text file with one of my workmates (who was a jazz drummer before he became a professor). Hos wife is expecting twins so I went home and used the wav I we created to use in the first track of this EP

    I mixed the loop in different ways, but the drums are more or less what came from the above text file



    • #3
      Cool might be useful for me. I have no DAW.
      Did a quick test.

      piano chords
      Random Progression
      minor, 4 chords, 80 bpm, oo_o
      Dm, Cm, C#6, F#9
      Had to record straight to Audacity. No export function

      Drumbot (not the sequence "module")
      Country & Folk
      Smothness made a 4 bar drum sequence and exported as wav.

      This site ( had no "bass function"...
      Quick search led me to
      Here I made a bass line to the chords in 80bpm.
      Here you can only export to mid...
      Once again I had to record straight to Audacity.
      I want a "bassbot" :-)

      Result this loop.
      No processing in Audacity.


      • #4
        A couple of options if you are not using a DAW

        Jackbeat - a nice free, cross platform sequencer:

        It is very simple just add the drum samples you want to use.

        Another option is to process the drums wav in Audacity (that is what I do). I like to multitrack the drums with different effects on different tracks. Then I fade the tracks in and out. Different effects that I use, include: reverb, compressor, equalizer, drop the pitch by an octave etc etc. These are all things that are easy to co in Audacity.

        I hope that this gives you a few ideas



        • #5
          My self I usually use a combination of VST-host and Audacity if I want to use a computer for music creation.
          This VST-Host
          Small, simple and free. I only use free VSTs (don't have that many).
          I only use them for this sites dare contests :-)
          Nice to have some online options where I can create samples/loops.