Topline: Audio Recording App b

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About this app

Abbey Road Studios' voice memo app for songwriters

Record your song ideas using Topline

Import instrumentals and record audio on up to two tracks

Build and organise projects by adding lyrics, tags and pictures

Convert and export to MP3 audio files

Save projects to your device and sync to your Google Drive and Dropbox

Rising talents Indigo Palace & BLOOM wrote and recorded their track 'Storm' using the Topline app. Watch here


To develop Topline, we worked closely with emerging songwriters and producers from across London to understand their creative needs.

They all shared a big concern about losing original song ideas. We decided to solve this challenge and the result is Topline. The latest in a continuing series of innovations designed to bring the Abbey Road magic closer to music makers whenever and wherever they create.

ANDROID TOPLINE — What to expect

The app is still very much in the development phase, so please be patient while we optimise the experience for Android users. Please contact our team if you would like to feedback. You can contact us at
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83 reviews
Raiyan AP
19 September 2022
It's a good app, but there are still a lot of missing features that make it not so great. I wish you could scroll through the audio or change the name without having to open the project, and "imported audio" sounds kind of confusing shouldn't it be "exported"? The app also saves the audio in 3 different formats which can take up a lot of space. Not being able to export to flac also seems like a missed opportunity. Also, it doesn't remember the sort setting.
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Dan Cohen
13 January 2021
Can't hear the second track when I play it back. I wanted to use the first track for guitar and the second for vocals, but even though it looks like it's recording the vocals (judging from the waveform) but I can't hear them back. No better than the standard voice recorder that comes with the phone
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Toby Mangold
24 September 2020
I really like the concept! Easy overdubs on existing stuff, or multi-track voice to capture ideas. Perfect. BUT... without functional track sync / audio loop latency detection and correction ... useless. And that's broken on my Pixel 3! Well, disfunct calibration could be bypassed by a direct manual edit of the latency value - ideally split into playback and recording delay (how to without re-running calibration?), but the correction is disfunct, too. Setting a value of 0ms and recording track 1 on track two (no headset or mics involved) get's me a delay of roughly 150ms. But when setting a latency of 150ms afterwards, the same excersize give's me about 300ms of loop delay. Correction is working in false direction (while it's not possible to enter a negative value to adjust manually) . So sad .... PLEASE, fix latency correction (on Android?), allow for direct editing of the latency value (without re-running a disfunct 10sec calibration) , and maybe fix your calibration routine... Regards -
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A new Android update is available! Download the latest update to fix the Google Drive Sync issue