Rob Brennan Senior Consulting Engineer

An eccentric full stack web application developer with a love for all things JavaScript - including Node, React & NextJS.

You might wonder: why in the world would anyone want to build a Drum Sequencer with React Hooks?

Until recently, I hadn’t considered this either. Yet there are actually many answers to this question. For one, building a sequencer on the web is easier than hauling around an entire drum kit. I also found a starting point for a repo online from someone who had an excellent jump on this concept and provided a solid foundation for starting out. Basically, you wind up building a very simple but very cool sequencer

“…why in the world would anyone want to build a Drum Sequencer with React Hooks?”

So, without further ado, I’d like to invite you to check out the live app below. If you’re curious and want to learn more, then watch the demo video. Enjoy!

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