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Most music-creation software is mired in overly complex interfaces and indecipherable jargon. HammerHead Rhythm Station 1.0 couldn't be more different. The percussion tool makes beat composition an effortless endeavor, even for those who have never used a drum machine. Although the software doesn't have much in the way of features, it doesn't need to. Six channels, 16 beat tracks, and basic tempo control provide a straightforward way to make unique beats. Any track worth saving can be exported as a CD-quality WAV file. Experienced beat aficionados may tire quickly of the minuscule sample library and effects tools, as well as the complete lack of integration with other music software titles. However, the software couldn't be more perfect for beginners who want to learn the drum-machine basics. Best of all, it's 100 percent freeware.
 
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Full Specifications

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Publisher Bram Bos
Publisher web site http://www.brambos.com
Release Date March 16, 1999
Date Added March 16, 1999
Version 1.0

Category

Category MP3 & Audio Software
Subcategory Audio Production & Recording Software

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows 95/98/NT
Additional Requirements Windows 95/98/NT

Download Information

File Size 384KB
File Name hh_install.exe

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Total Downloads 1,154,801
Downloads Last Week 60

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License Model Free
Limitations Not available
Price Free
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