>Drums for your iPhone! Whatever next?
>Just taking a break from drum lessons in San Diego to tell you about a brilliant article I have seen on a UK drum shop website. The shop is called DrumWright, and they are probably one of the most innovative drum shops in the UK, in my opinion.
Anyway, if you are an iPhone fan like me; then you will definitely want to check out this blog by DrumWright
that features the Top five drum applications for the iPhone. Be warned; once you get stuck in to playing with these things, you can literally wonder where the rest of the day has gone! The blog features the drum apps Digidrummer, Free Drum Pad, 3D Drum Kit Pro, Kanon Drum, and Drum Meister. (which is my favorite purely down to the cool name!). You can check out demonstrations of these apps on YouTube. Here’s a cool one I saw on the Drum Meister.
You have to wonder how much more innovative these phones can get. I was blown a way with the Shazam application. This app literally listens to music, and then tells you the title of the song, the artist, and a link to purchase it on iTunes. One of my drum students also recently referred me to an app called ShopSavvy. This has a barcode scanner where you scan the product, and it will tell you the best web price, or where you can buy it locally, along with prices, and GPS directions! Through using this, he found the best price on an Evans snare drum head as most music shops offer a price match policy – amazing!
And it goes without saying that if you have Twitter, MySpace or Facebook on your iPhone, then please send me an invite! By the way; you can also follow DrumWright on Facebook and Twitter. Just go to their homepage!
Happy holidays everyone!
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