by Lory Gil
April 22, 2013
It is time for another installment of Musician’s Corner, where we discuss all things musical. Here, you will discover apps and accessories for musicians and diehard music fans. Last week, we told you about Yellofier. Yes, I made a song out of the sound of cats meowing and I’m not afraid to admit it. This week, we found an app for new drummers. TheDrumDictionary is a reference tool to help you practice your beats. If you want to learn rudiments, or just practice a wide variety of beats, this app offers all the sounds you need to get your rhythm down. TheDrumDictionary costs $3.99, but if you aren’t sure it is the practice app you are looking for, you can download the free version to take it for a test drive. The free app includes the rudiments, plus samples of the full drum beats. Thanks for stopping by Musician’s Corner. If you have any suggestions for apps or accessories you think we should feature, just drop me a line or leave a comment below. This week’s Question: How much is too much when it comes to cymbals?