39 reviews
Content rating
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image

About this app

Whether you’re a tabla player, kathak dancer, instrumentalist, vocalist, or an electronic musician, NagmaLive will personalize and track your practice sessions, inspiring your progress.

• 38 unique from 14 different raags.
• Chose your instrument: sarangi, harmonium, and sitar
• Live instrumental recordings by Ustad Roshan Ali Khan (Sarangi), Jayanta Banerjee (Sitar and Harmonium), Hiranmay Mitra (Harmonium), Chaz Hastings (Tabla).
• Several taal options: Tintal, Rupaktal, Jhaptal, Ektal, Dhamar
• 15-600 bpm for Tintal; 15-300 bpm for all other taals
• Adjust volume, reverb, and panning for each instrument
• Use presets to personalize your session
• Set time intervals with nagma, pitch, and beats per minute
Kathak Mode
• Play live tabla recordings with Kathak Mode
• Play a theka with matching taal and pitch for each Nagma
• Add an alap to enhance the live feel of your session
• Practice tabla accompaniment with gat recordings
• Inspire your drut tintal practice with real jhala tracks
• Save your practice or performance details and keep track of your progress
• Share you progress on Facebook or Twitter
Updated on
Apr 17, 2018

Data safety

Developers can show information here about how their app collects and uses your data. Learn more about data safety
No information available
39 reviews
A Google user
May 19, 2019
Overall a very good nagma app. The good : The Alaaps for both Harmonium and Sarangi are well executed, which sets the mood for one's practice. The Matra beat feature is also very useful, as it is a convention with many live performers to start with beat thirteen. Speed transitions are for the most part fluid. What can be improved: generally, but especially for the Harmonium Lehra, there is far too much reverb. Other taals such as Matta Taal and Pancham Sawari could be added. A solid nagma app.
29 people found this review helpful
Did you find this helpful?
Vikas Srivastava (Third Eye Praxis)
December 15, 2021
Awesome modular app to play Tanpura and or Lehra separately or together. Any Key, major rhythm cycles (not all), any tempo, 4-5 ragas and three instruments to choose from (strange, harmonium and sitar). Lehra plays great at slow and fast speeds. Tabla accompaniment available with Lehra (but not without lehra or alone). My main suggestions are too include Dadra best cycle and allow for solo tabla accompaniment (in case one wants to combine tabla and tanpura without Lehra or tabla alone).
4 people found this review helpful
Did you find this helpful?
Juan José Sáenz Herdoíza
August 4, 2022
The sarangi has a terrible reverb which makes it impossible to play with. If trial was given nobody would buy. And it crashes! It really sucks!
2 people found this review helpful
Did you find this helpful?

What's new

Bug fixes