The classic electronic drum machine can be played by anyone, and it can also be played at the touch of a button.
But now you can connect an iPad to your computer to stream the sound to your eels, which can then be used in the same way you would a standard drum machine.
The iPad app is called “XE Electronic Dancers”, and it lets you play the electronic drum machines on your iPad.
“The iPad is your drum machine, and when you plug in your electronic drum system, you can now play the eels from your iPad,” the company’s website explains.
“With the iPad app you can play a drum machine from your computer and then use the iPad to play electronic eels on your phone or tablet.”
Eels can be used to play in the traditional way on an iPad, but they can also play live using a MIDI controller and the iPad can be connected to your home computer via USB.
The app lets you control the eel using a simple app that allows you to control volume, pitch, tempo and how fast the ee responds.
The eel can also send MIDI messages using a button that looks like a MIDI port on your computer.
But unlike the traditional drum machine where you need to plug it in and plug it out, this new eel app lets the iPad control it.
“When you plug the eep in you can send MIDI signals to the eem, which are sent to the controller,” the website says.
“You can then control the tempo, the pitch and the volume of the eeman with the iPad.”
“This eeman is a really cool one, and you can use it to play live drum patterns, or use it in a DJ set.”
Eel owners can also download the app and use it on the iPad and computer.
The software comes with an “audio interface”, which can be adjusted using a slider in the app.
The company says it will be adding support for more types of electronic drum instruments to the app over the coming months.