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Looking To Make Music On Android? Choose From These Great Samsung Garageband Alternatives

Looking To Make Music On Android? Choose From These Great Samsung Garageband Alternatives

| On 29, Jun 2017

Garageband is an incredibly popular app made by Apple, which has all the necessary recording features available to enable you to record songs like a pro. This is excellent for anyone who wants to have a go at recording using their smartphone. You can play any musical instrument you want, as many times as you want, retaking whenever you want, all with one app. It is truly revolutionary and nobody disputes the fact that it is still the best of its kind out there. The problem is, it isn’t suitable for Android and so all of you wannabe recording artists out there with Samsung phones miss out.

Not to worry though, there are some excellent alternatives for Android users to enjoy…

Here are the best GarageBand Alternatives For Android

Magix Music Maker Jam

This app is fantastic for looping music or sounds, which you can then put through styles and mixers to create tracks. You can also record yourself singing or speaking so you and your friends can be the feature artist on your song. The app features a sharing feature so that you can share your work and enjoy the work of others via the app.

PocketBand Social DAW

PocketBand is very much based on social interaction, and you have to be logged in and have a good internet connection in order to make the most of it. There are lots of features on the app which enable you to be creative with mixing, equalizing and recording, and you can also link up with other users to work on tracks, vote on tracks and comment on tracks.

EasyBand Lite

This is ideal for users who want a convenient music-making app, or for users who want something any beginner could use straight away. The way you make music is really straight forward and the editing is really self-explanatory. A really good, easy way to get into music making apps. You can always advance to the Pro version if you really like it and want more choice.

Stagelight Audio & Midi DAW T

his is the app that keeps on surprising, as it has endless cool features to enjoy. The tutorials, advanced lessons and other music learning features make this app a real player for those looking to truly make progress with their music.

WalkBand

In the way it works, WalkBand is similar to GarageBand. There are also other cool features like the ability to duet on piano with a friend using the phone’s screen.The ads are a bit annoying but, a small price to pay for a great free app.

RD4 GrooveBox

This exciting app enables you to create and arrange music live, which is really fun and engaging. The features on the app enabling you to sequence music and choose instruments are extremely easy to use, so the app is ideal for users wanting something easy to play with. Hopefully you’re now feeling totally inspired to get one of these apps and make sweet music. Garageband may not be available for you, but there are so many other ways for you to make music now. Enjoy!