Read Only Memories | Daft Punk | Drum Machine | Keyboard Beats …
An album that had fans eagerly awaiting in 2013 was Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories as they returned to the airwaves with their 4th studio album, featuring collaborations from the likes of Nile Rodgers, Pharrell Williams, DJ Falcon, Paul Williams, Panda Bear, Chilly Gonzales, Todd Edwards and Julian Casablancas. Since forming Daft Punk, Bangalter and de Homem-Christo have experimented with drum machines and synthesizers and are famous for packing dancefloors the world over to the pulses of vintage circuitry, and hit songs some with classic samples. Now you can remix Daft Punk tracks in your browser with Read Only Memories the playable online drum machine, an online soundmachine consisting of nine samples , a filter and loops
Based on the iDaft app on the iPhone/Pod, play the Daft Mixer 2 on Scratch by SpyBall.
Click on the green buttons to play music clips from Daft Punk’s Songs. Now Daft Mixer has 43 buttons! It also has a change volume setting which you can use with the arrow keys. Daft Mixer 2 also has a setting to change the vocal effect on Harder Better Faster Stronger!
Use sound clips from various Daft Punk classics to create your own song.
Daft Punk Online keyboard: Create your own ‘Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger’
CodePen created an online keyboard app that allows you to recreate Daft Punk’s ‘Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger’ from your own computer. An instrumental version of the song can be played by hitting the spacebar, with three speeds available to mix to.
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If you’re a fan of Daft Punk then you’ll go wild for iDaft. This free app lets you remix the works of the French DJs on your iPhone.
Even if you’ve got no previous music production experience you’ll have no trouble creating fun mixes with iDaft. The app contains soundboards of vocal samples from two of Daft Punk’s hit tracks, Harder Better Faster Stronger and Technologic. Simply tap the word you want and the robotic vocal will play.
The Beat button in iDaft turns on the backing track, then the fun really starts as you play the samples in time to the music. Hardcore Daft Punk fans can try to recreate the original version, but it’s fun enough to just play around with the sounds and experiment. iDaft also lets you alter the pitch of the various vocal samples by clicking one of the buttons at the bottom of the screen. There are no points to be had in iDaft, so you can fool around with the beats without the pressure of worrying about a score.
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