Write And Record A Song Right On Your iPhone With Tunedra

Tunedra

Wow, is this app fantastic. Even if you’ve never written a lyric or performed music, you’ll be able to create and share a professional-sounding song recording with new music app, Tunedra.

As a musician, I’m simply stunned by the ability to quickly prototype and edit a song right on my iPhone.

Simply plug in some headphones, tap Record, and start singing. Tunedra will tune your voice and add backing tracks in a variety of styles that match the melody you’re singing. Once you’ve recorded your masterpiece, you can play it, edit it to make it sound less–or more–auto-tuned, and then share it with other Tunedra users or on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and email.

The advanced tuning tech here sounds pretty impressive, letting you dial up the tuning or chorus effect to make it sound the way you want it. You can also adjust the pitch and backing track volume to match your vocal performance perfectly.

Once you’ve sung your song, you can then edit the type and number of instruments behind each section or loop of song, and you can add lyrics to the song file as well. Grab yourself a totally different sound pack to rev up your ability to demo a wide range of song types, each available for either Tunedra points or small, $0.99 in-app purchases. The genres include stuff like pop, hip-hop, rock, dance and electronic, letting you put the right kind of backing tracks to your singing.

When you upload your song to Tunedra, all the other app users will be able to hear your piece. You can check out songs by other users at the Tunedra website for some slick inspiration, too. Just tap on the Discover button and hear all the Tunedra users singing their hearts out. There’s a wide variety out there, with singer-songwriter types heading the Featured section.

Seriously, this is a fantastic app, well worth a free download.

About the author

Rob LeFebvreAnchorage, Alaska-based freelance writer and editor Rob LeFebvre is Cult of Mac's Culture Editor. He has contributed to various tech, gaming and iOS sites, including 148Apps, VentureBeat, and Paste Magazine. Feel free to find Rob on Twitter @roblef

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