Best Music Making And Production Apps 2018- Making music back in the days used to be incredibly tedious, and for most of the time, would require you to hit the studios and bring actual instruments. Your smartphone devices are the great tools that can be used for a variety of that type of things, including making music. Undoubtedly, among our readers, there are lots of musicians who sometimes used their tablets and smartphones as a tool to create music. Notably, for our those Compsmagers, Today, we are here on the list Top 10 Best Music Making And Production Apps 2018. Also Read: Professional music app for Mac receives updates – Logic Pro X 10.3
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List Of Top 10 Best Music Making And Production Apps 2018
If you have not heard about the Apple Garageband, then it’s one of the best and very popular digital audio workstations for Mac in the world right now. With this app, you can make full-on songs, drums, and virtual piano, record your own voice with mic and apply the sound effects, sampler, use amps\stompbox effects, and a nice feature we like to call “Smart Keyboard” which helps you create the grooves. There are way too many features to name in one paragraph, so check it out for yourself.
MorphWiz is another best choice in this article because this is one of the best music making applications available at Google Play Store right now. MorphWiz is an app created by the Jordan Rudess who’s the keyboardist of the group Dream Theater, which turns your phone or tablet into a synthesizer and able to play the different sounds, effects and everything you’d expect including performing vibrato with your fingers.
Caustic is a rack that combines synthesizers and samplers to create your songs. Everything is optimized for use in real-time. In the frame, you can add different “equipment” virtual analog synthesizer, synthesizer PCM A-Line Bass synthesizer or machine samplings of drums among others.
If you love rap, and if rapping is the kind of music you would like to make, then this app is for you. This app makes use of the “Rappification” technology of Smule, which transforms spoken words into rhyming ones, making the job of finding the right words much more comfortable.
If you’re a DJ and would want to mix tracks on-the-go, then this is the app of choice. It makes use of more complex methods of track making and blending, specifically BPM analysis and synchronization tools.
Now we are delving into the less-DAW types of applications that pinpoint a particular approach to music production. I’m sure you have all heard the Native Instruments as they are one of the biggest names in the world of music equipment, and their iMaschine is their mobile version of their own beloved piece of gear we have all come to love. Also, this app gives you a handheld drum machine, and you have an 16 buttons for the real-time beat production. There is a library built-in that gives you the around 400 sample sounds (25 kits, ten projects) so when it comes to the assortment, you’re pretty good.
A complete application that simulates a synthesizer and the beatbox. Ideal for the composing and performing electronic music on-the-go, including all the necessary functions you’d expect to create a beat and including different modes for the synthesizer.
SPC Music Sketchpad 2 is an audio station that will lets you to mix and record your own songs. The app shows a screen with the 16 points on which you can load sounds and songs. Ideal for use in live music mixing and adding songs.
If you are into a track composition and editing, then this app is the perfect option for you. Who wouldn’t have fun composing the tracks with the cute and interactive characters, or jaminals that this application uses to represent the beats and other sounds?
One of the best aspects of making music is making sure that the all instruments are mixed well together. With that said, while this app is not the real thing, it’s a close and allows you to get a feel of it. You just make sure that your smartphone is connected to a laptop with music program installed.