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How To Make An App For Musicians?

Mobile Application Development December 20, 2013

Music is something with which you can say a lot without uttering a word. A person’s capability to make music is undoubtedly a true gift. The Smartphone has transformed the way people create and appreciate music. Today, there are various applications that can be used by budding musicians to create some foot-tapping tracks.


How To Make App For Musicians


There are billions of users for millions of apps in the market. How do you make your app stand out? Being an app entrepreneur, there are a few things that you need to consider while making an app targeting musicians.


Making An App For Musicians


Providing Virtual Instruments


What’s a musician without his instruments? Gone are the days when people used to carry bulky instruments. An app with such instruments will definitely appeal to those want-to-be-musicians who don’t have access to sophisticated studios and a great deal of instruments. This is exactly why apps like GarageBand are a hit among iPad users. You can also make an app for a specific instrument such as a piano or a guitar along with tutorials to help musicians who wish to learn a new instrument.


Audio Editing Tools


Another thing that you might want to include in the app is audio editing capabilities. You can do so by allowing users to record multiple tracks, jumble sections of the track and apply filters. In addition, options to add effects to the tracks could be a great add-on. Musicians are creative individuals and like to use available resources in a different manner. Editing features can be effectively used to make remix tracks.


Creating and Sharing Music


Musicians love to share the music they create. While making an app for musicians, make sure you provide options for sharing tracks. In addition to recording and editing tracks, it would be great to give users the flexibility to play a wide array of notes. With such features there will be no limit to the number of songs that can be created.


Disco Jockeying


DJ consoles aren’t any cheap. It isn’t possible for budding musicians to spend a fortune on such stuff. Including all the features that are usually found on DJ consoles could do the job. Mixing, stretching, scratching, modulating and tempo adjustments are some of the popular features that you should be including in your application.


Amplifying Tools


An app that will convert the Smartphone into an amplifier will definitely appeal to most musicians. Noise gates, overdrive pedals, cabinets and microphones are some of the things that you should be including in such a kind of application.


Musicians are very choosy when it comes to instruments. Therefore, ensure that all the features included in the app are perfect and face no major glitches. Also, it would be wise not to overload the app with too many features.






Pratik Kanada

I am Pratik Kanada, founder & CEO of 360 Degree Technosoft, which makes app ideas into reality by providing unique design and development services across iOS and Android platforms. I generally write blogs on mobile technology, app development and app marketing.

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