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PxDrum

Description: Drum machine
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Size: 10Mb
Version: 1.2
Date: 18 Dec 18
Author: James Higgs
Submitter: sabbate
Email: abbate_salvatore/yahoo com
Requirements: ArosAbiV0 x86
Category: audio/misc
License: Other
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PXDrum Portable Drum Machine
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Version 1.2

PXDrum is a simple pattern-based drum sequencer which uses sampled drum sets.

PXDrum is developed to be:

1. Used to quickly "sketch" out drum patterns, anywhere.
2. Useful to musicians.
3. Easy to use.

PXDrum is cross-platform. This means that although it is primarily designed 
to run on Sony PSP, I can make versions of it that will run on Linux, Windows, 
in fact anything that supports SDL (Simple Directmedia Layer).

See "quickstart.txt" (or "_quickstart (PSP).txt") before you use the program.

See "manual.txt" for more detailed information on how to use the program.

PXDrum is customisable. It can use different drum sets ("drumkits") which can 
be customised to your needs, or used to emulate your favourite drum machine. 
The look of PXDrum can be customised through "skins". Keyboard keys and 
controller buttons can be remapped. Please see "customising.txt" for details.

PXDrum is a work-in-progress. It is useable, but some features are incomplete 
or unimplemented, and is probably buggy.

Please email me at james7780()yahoo.com with any comments, suggestions or bug 
reports.

- James Higgs, 25/2/2009



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