Mobile devices, Software

Smartphone Apps For Musicians

The advancement in technology has opened up many doors for all those who want to make their mark in the music industry. You can now make and share music through numerous mediums of culture and entertainment. You do not have to go to a recording studio; instead you can construct an entire album on you tablet itself. This indeed, is the best time to give vent to your latent or professional music talent.

Listed below are some of the best smartphone apps for musicians that will allow you to give wings to your inspirations and imagination.

BeatMaker 2

BeatMaker 2

The newer version of BeatMaker comes with a user-friendly interface and a large collection of back beats. You can use this app to create a rhythm using a wide variety of MIDI keyboards, customizable drums, or record something personal via a microphone. You can alter the pan, volume, pitch, and groove to come up with a tempo that will smoothed the process of recording and song writing. This incredible music production app is available for $20.

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Chromatic Tuner by Cleartune

Chromatic Tuner by Cleartune

This app will help you tune stringed and wind instruments that can maintain a note. It is easy to quickly find the right pitch via the note wheel display, with an accuracy of nearly 1/100th semitone. You can also adjust the A4 calibration within 0.1Hz increments. It is available for both Android and iOS at $4.

Droid DJ

Droid DJ

This great app will be the best use of your $4. Aspiring DJs can play with dual decks and load 2 songs simultaneously to make novel and captivating remixes. Pitch, speed, fast stop and other effects can be added to incorporate a unique aspect to your music. It will help you come up with distinctive and new deliveries of electronic beats.

Real Time Analyzers or RTA

Real Time Analyzers

This unique app listens to the beat and shows the frequency ranges available in audio samples. It is a reliable and crucial app for all those aspiring musicians who want to fine-tune their recordings or live performances.

The Listener

Rhythm Exerciser

All creative people know that inspiration and great ideas tend to vanish if not noted down promptly. This amazing app will help you clearly record the sounds and efficiently organize the varied content via use of additional items like SoundCloud, Dropbox, and SkyDive synching. The best feature is the skip silence option which does not record quiet times so as to avoid wasting memory with pockets of contentless data.

Rhythm Exerciser

Rhythm Exerciser

Whether or not you have a natural flair for playing instruments, it is important to ensure that the sense of timing is ever-present and sharp. This awesome app comes with 100 exercises created for musicians with novice, intermediate, and advanced levels of expertise. It will help you make or improve any rhythm. The app also contains detailed instructions on how to conduct these exercise to attain a higher level of musical proficiency.

ChordBot Pro

ChordBot Pro

Guitar players can use this minimal UI app to sequence the chords. The songs can be created in full using the app. You may then export them in WAV or MIDI formats to lay down the foundation of an album in progress.

Aspiring musicians would do well to take advantage of the newest tools available. Some of those tools just happen to be in their pockets already.

Frances Kelly loves writing about the intersections between music and technology. In making electronic music in her Houston, Texas, home, she is hyper aware of how her musical tools can rake up an expensive utility bill, and frequently writes about electricity saving tips at taraenergy.com/ElectricHouston

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