A new app from Android has hit the market, allowing all users to start learning and making music. So are you ready to free the music in you with Android’s Stagelight?
The app, useful for anyone, no matter how experienced or inexperienced they are with music, can provide a useful tool for both experienced and inexperienced musicians alike. It comes with lessons on how to produce your own track, as well as with numerous musical instruments available for download.
Available for free, the app comes with tons of downloadable content, like sound loops, musical instruments and bundles, starting at 0.99$ (unless you live in one of the 17 countries mentioned in yesterday’s article, in which case you can get them at less than quarter of the price).
Available for any user that owns a device that runs on Android 4.4 or higher, the app challenges all of its users: Free the music in you with Android’s Stagelight.
It used to be quite hard to find a good music app for Android devices, as the operating system can be sluggish at times. But this is not the case, as Open Labs, the developers of the product, state.
Already being used by millions of people worldwide, in over 100 countries, the app is praised by both amateurs and professional music makers, such as Timbaland and Linkin Park. The musicians mentioned are equity owners in the company, and recommend it wholeheartedly.
Available on both Windows and Android, Stagelight allows the user to start for free and unlock other options as they progress. Cliff Mountain, developer of the app and CEO of Open Labs insist that even experienced musicians will be able to improve using the app.
Usable on all Android devices, the app presents a very useful feature, allowing full connectivity between apps, a sort of music-on-the-go system. The users can start a track on their mobile phones, while in transit, and continue once they reach their destination, on another device.
Featuring an ample in-app market, that contains virtually any type of music, Stagelight is the music app of the future. Well, more like the present, since it is already available and doing very well. It allows importing or exporting, recording, creating and sharing via e-mail and social media.
You can see a presentation of the product below.
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