First of all, I apologize if this is not in the right place. Moderators feel free to change and sorry for the hassle. I've been busy during these pandemic times. I've been building 2 tools related with musical theory and practice. The first one is Fretful.io, which is a scale/chord/intervals reference tool. It still needs some love regarding performance and mobile viewports. The second and latest one, and also the reason of this post, is Grooveful.io which is a practice oriented drum machine. Why Grooveful? I hate practicing with a metronome, I really do. I usually resort to my BeatBuddy pedal or just a drum loop on Reaper, but sometimes that’s not practical. Either because I don’t have the pedal with me, or my pc is busy with something else, anyway there are million reasons why my goto tools sometimes are not practical. So, I started building a custom web metronome where I could highlight any given beat within a bar which I wanted to focus my practice on. From that proof of concept I moved onto a full blown drum machine completely focused on practice. Who can use Grooveful? Well anyone… Any instrumentist that wants a drum track as a background for their practice session, even drummers can take something away from it. Teachers can create their own exclusive tracks with exercises for their students, they can even tailor a pattern exclusively to some student particular needs. Anyone that wants to focus on their tempo or speed issues. It even has room in a jam session! No drummer? No worries. Load one of the presets or create your own and jam away. I have done this myself on my last jam session and worked beautifully. Is it finished? It’s maturing. It’s on open beta while I polish the edges, but it’s fully functional at the moment. Some features can and will be improved. And I have some plans for it for the future, some not directly related with drums. --- With these two tools, I'm creating the foundations for a free practice-oriented ecosystem. That's my mission. To democratize musical learning tools!