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io808 alternatives and competitors

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The classic drum machine synthesizer brought to the web.

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  • HTML-909 Rhythm Composer

    An HTML version of a Roland TR-909
  • Ocean beta

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    Ocean lifts the barriers that are often associated with electronic music-making & enable people to enjoy making music, exploring sounds and collaborating with people globally.
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  • BEET

    Think you can finger drum?
    Think again.
    BEET is the finger drumming game that puts your grooviness to the test.
    Play over 200 spicy beats designed by real producers.
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  • Music Box Fun

    A website for making and sharing music box songs.
    It's free to use and doesn't require an account to make and share songs (all song data is stored in the URL).
  • Modulaser

    When VJ software, a modular synthesizer and a laser meet… An app for creating abstract line visuals. Created for live performances, optimized for laser projectors.
    You can download a free trial version at https://modulaser.app for Mac OSX and Windows.
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  • Super MIDI Pak

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    Super MIDI Pak is an SNES cartridge that turns your SNES into a fully-featured MIDI synthesizer.

    PIXELSYHTH is a browser-based synthesizer for creating sounds from images and drawings. Powered by Web Audio and JavaScript, PIXELSYHTH lets you draw shapes and lines to create your very own sounds. Pop in some headphones, and enjoy the thing you created.
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  • Fit Beats

    Fit Beats is an endless and yet oddly addictive game. How long can you survive in Fit Beats? Focus is key to achieving a high score! Tap left or right to spin the octagon and match the incoming shapes.

    Easy to learn, hard to master. Challenge your friends on Game Center and have fun :)

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  • Classical Page

    Howdy folks! I got frustrated trying to find interesting classical music concerts to go to, so I built Classical Page. You choose which works and composers you are interested in, and Classical Page emails you when new concerts are listed.