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Download Salsa Rhythm for Android

Friday, March 9th, 2012

Now available: Salsa Rhythm 1.0 for the Android

10 different kinds of instruments, more than 60 musical patterns and thousands of possible combinations are available in the new Salsa Rhythm application for Android.

Following 6 months of development and beta-testing, the new version is now available from the Android Market for a discounted price of 1.49$. Bringing the lively Latin rhythms directly to your phone or tablet Android device, the application is perfect for practicing your timing both for On-1 and On-2/New York style Salsa dancers.

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This new release is an amazing collaborative effort of many people around the world who participated in the beta-testing stage and helped to shape the final form of the application by sending us their valuable feedback:

Salsa Beat Machine on Android

  • Isaac OLEG, France
  • Gilad Ofir, Israel
  • Darren Sharman, Germany
  • Nuno Lopes, Portugal
  • Simon Fung, Hong Kong
  • Lesdy Lopez, USA
  • Tolga Cag, Turkey
  • Michael Sverdlin, Israel
  • Jami Josephson (, NY
  • Juan C. Pastor, Spain
  • Joel Martinez, Florida
  • Aydin Karakut, Belgium
  • LearningWarrior, USA

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What do you think about the new release? Which features would you like to see in the next version? Share your thoughts with us below, in the comments section.

Salsa Beat Machine Goes International

Saturday, February 5th, 2011

The Salsa Beat Machine has users from all around the world. Many people feel more comfortable with their native language, so we decided to add additional languages to the “Instructor”, the voice that counts aloud the beats.

Today we have uploaded the first international version, with three languages included: English, Spanish and German. You can access the new languages by clicking on the “v” button right under the Instructor icon and selecting the desired language, as illustrated below:

Changing the language of the Salsa Beat Machine

Changing the language of the Salsa Beat Machine

The Spanish language was recorded by instructor Joel Dominguez (, and the German language was recorded by our user Moritz Meißner.

We would love to add additional languages, and we need your help in order to accomplish this. All you need to do is to spend one minute recording yourself counting the numbers “1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8″ in your native language, and then send us the recording. We need the recording to be in a good quality and the voice to be clear and sharp, of course.

If you are interested in helping, please leave a comment below or mail us to and we will provide you a sample recording and further instructions.

The Salsa Beat Machine Developement Blog

Sunday, August 16th, 2009

After a few requests from users, I’ve decided to open a development blog for that Salsa Beat Machine.

I’ll post here announcements about new features as they become available, as well as tell you about my future plans to develop this tool…

Stay tuned !