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Does anyone know of a free site which allows you to:

  • drag and drop instruments and beats onto a timeline
  • download your song as an mp3 royalty free so that you can include it in commercial software products such as educational games?
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I'm might be a good idea to remove "best" from the title - it might help to avoid the question being closed as "subjective and argumentative". – ChrisF Jul 13 '10 at 12:19
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Maybe something like Aviary.com's Roc is what you're looking for?

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that's pretty easy to use, just created aviary.com/artists/edwardta/creations/simplebeat, but I don't understand how I can make a song with more than 8 measures, am I missing something? – Edward Tanguay Jul 14 '10 at 1:58
I posted a question about the 8-measure limitation in case it gets answered in the future, here it is: aviary.com/thread?tid=4440 – Edward Tanguay Jul 14 '10 at 4:34

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