We’ve all walked around humming one of our favorite tunes. There’s nothing else quite like it. You feel good and you feel the music. But have you ever wondered what it would be like to really turn your voice into a musical instrument?
HumBeatz is a Clever App For Any Musician
HumBeatz makes this possible. It is a very cool music making app that allows you to hum or beatbox and turn it into the musical instrument of your choice. This allows you to quickly create musical parts and song sketches with just your mouth. It will allow you to get even more creative with music.
It’s like having a cool studio in your pocket. Musicians on the go are going to love playing with this app since they can just hum away or beatbox whenever the mood strikes and turn it into cool stuff later.
HumBeatz has three modes. Hum mode lets you record yourself while you are humming and turn it into an instrument. Beatz mode is exactly what it sounds like. You can translate your beatbox to drum kits. You can even teach HumBeatz what drums to use thanks to machine learning algorithms. The Looper mode gives you four loop tracks to record onto with a length of two bars each. You can enter Hum or Beatz mode to any track. This gives you a variety of instruments and drum kits for playback.
Just Hum and The Rest Is Easy
The app also allows you to export your HumBeatz projects to Amped Studio to expand on your creations. Plus you can tweak your levels, add effects and much more. You have to hand it to the developer, this is a great idea for an app.
It gives music artists the freedom to create even when all the go. All you have to do is hum and that may be enough to spark your next epic jam.
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