Useful apps for musicians part 2

Useful apps for musicians part 2
20th May 2022 sandra
Apps for musicians part 2

We’ve collected a list of apps and tools that could help you as a musician or producer. Check out part 1 here

1. FL Studio 

If you’re a producer you’re probably familiar with this DAW but also if you’re a songwriter and you want to develop your ideas on a deeper level, you can record, edit, mix and save complete multi-track music projects on your mobile phone or tablet.

FL Studio Mobile

 

2. Animoog

Animoog is a professional polyphonic synthesizer for Ipad. Animoog’s library of timbres is derived from analog waveforms captured from classic Moog.

Animoog

 

 

 

3. Songwriter’s Pad

This is an app specially created for songwriters by songwriters. If you’re feeling stuck with lyrics. you’re gonna love its features. For example, it has an “ideas generator” and you can filter them by mood. You can also search for rhymes and record your song ideas.

songwriters pad

 

4. Flat: Music Score & Tab Editor

Flat is a collaborative music notation program for professionals or beginners. You can compose on midi, transpose songs and use the real-time collaboration feature. It also has an offline mode that will save your changes as soon as you have internet again.

flat

 

 

5. Topline

Topline is a multitrack audio recording app made by Abbey Road Studios. You can also organize projects by adding tags, lyrics, and pictures.

topline

 

 

6. forScore

forScore is a sheet library, it’s perfect if you don’t wanna waste more paper! You can also annotate, create setlists, rearrange pages, add bookmarks or play along to an audio track.

forscore

 

7. Musyc

Musyc is a fun app where touch turns into music. You can draw shapes and listen to your piece of music while viewing sounds bouncing on the screen. Sounds creative, right?

 

8. Jamzone

If you want to practice your music improvisation skills but you don’t have any bandmates, don’t worry! you can use Jamzone and play along with backing tracks shouting down different instruments without losing audio quality. Sounds good, right?

 

jamzone

 

 

Thank you very much for reading us and stay tuned to our blog for more resources!

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