The digital age now means that things can be discovered by one simple click - the app store. Musicians are one of the foremost beneficiaries of this development in technology. From Guitar tuners to metronomes to chord sheets, all in one click just by downloading it via your phone's app store. So, I made a brief survey among musicians about their favourite music-related apps that have helped them in their music career.
Here are some of the apps that are worth sharing:
A Guitarist needs a Tuner. This one is an inevitable need. Beginners and Experts cannot rely on one's ear for precise tuning. We need a guide, and this guide comes in different forms. The majority of guitarists still rely on a physical tuning device, but a number of guitarists who prefer the Guitar tuning app because of the convenience it brings.
GuitarTuna is just one of the many apps that can be used to tune your instrument. As suggested by one of the Pick Geek tribe members, Twitter user, Howard Xombie recommended this because of its convenience and user-friendly interface. Thanks for sharing Howard! It can tune your Guitar, ukelele, and Bass. You can download it for FREE.
Here’s a short comment and review by Howard Xombie:
And another one from Kevin Lynch:
Check it out here: (http://guitar-tuner-free-guitartuna.en.uptodown.com/android)
Included in Apple's WWDC 2014 showcase "Apps We Can't Live Without," this metronome app is also included in our list. Pro-Metronome enables you to see, hear, and touch the beats. This app is very customizable and is perfect both for daily practice and stage performance.
3. forScore mini
Saying goodbye to your Music cart and shifting to paperless music experience is what ForScore is offering. You can annotate, create setlists, and much more. You can get everything organised from Music sheets and basically everything you do with paper with this classy app. This one is not free, though. https://forscore.co
4. BandLab- Music Maker
BandLab is an award-winning app that lets you create music and record in a very user-friendly interface. Available both in Android and Apple gadgets, you can download it for free. You can also listen to tracks from other musicians and can also collaborate with them as well. A plus feature is that you get to capture moments by recording videos and capturing photographs of your music experience!
As suggested by one of our tribe members, Kunal Jan:
Check it out here:
Anytune helps you learn, transcribe, and practice songs through its many features that are very helpful for a guitarist like you! It can help you slow down the tempo, adjust the pitch, create loops, setting navigation marks, and much more! It's available on iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. Currently, it is still not available in Android gadgets. Check it out here: Anytune Download
So that's it, let me know what you think, and please POST and SHARE on our Pick Geek FB fan page which app is helping you the most. Empower the Pick Geek Tribe!
All the best and have an amazing (and musical) weekend!