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Really handy little multi Tracker app for capturing ideas on the fly with your cell phone! I haven't used the onboard instruments but I've used it to multitrack acoustic guitar and vocal parts. It doesn't offer a whole lot of editing options but you can cut paste split and move parts around and adjust track volume... but what else do you want from a free phone app??? I was definitely able to comp tracks and mix it down to an mp3 for a decent working rough draft to share with other musicians. I was pleasantly surprised to say the least, it definitely exceeded my expectations for a free app of this type, and the ads were never obnoxious and never interfered with what I was doing. I would definitely recommend this app. It would be cool if I could send a working file to other musicians with the same app for collaboration... haven't tried that yet so don't know if it's even possible.
116 people found this review helpful
Looks pretty and works as described but not very intuitive for me and trying to figure it out with ads popping up constantly makes it not worth it. Mobile music apps really suck for me none are as easy as my pc set up. I dont have hours and hours to figure out how to layer a couple of instrument tracks into a song. If you have patience and time it might be a very good app for you.
64 people found this review helpful
This app is a handy to use as a notebook for those spontaneous riff, song, and lecture ideas. I use it all the time. It's easy to use. I only use it for guitar, bass, and voice tracks, so I can't speak to the other features. Highly recommended if you're always wishing you could record that riff real quick before you forget it, cause you know it happens.
222 people found this review helpful