All of the apps we chose for this list are apps for musicians that make some aspect of your music career more simple. This way you can focus on creating music instead of focusing on all the other stuff that goes into creating success for a musician. Let’s get started!
1 – Garageband
Turn your phone into a studio! GarageBand has the ability to record, add instruments, live loops, and more. With GarageBand you can create a song no matter where you are. No fancy equipment required.
2 – TUNEGO
On the TUNEGO app you can unlock opportunities that aren’t available anywhere else. Some opportunities are radio airplay, sync licensing, and label intros. Putting your music on TUNEGO also gets it into the TUNEGO Exclusive Portal. This portal is used by music labels, playlist creators, and more to discover artists and music.
3 – SoundCloud
SoundCloud is a great artist discovery tool for fans. Because of this, it’s a great idea to put your music on SoundCloud.
SoundCloud and TUNEGO are the first places you want to distribute your music to. But if you want to get your music on Spotify, iTunes, and more, learn How and Where to Distribute Your Music here.
4 – Box
Box is an easy way to share your music with venues, radio stations, labels, and more. Best of all, the person you send your music to doesn’t have to download the app to listen to your music.
5 – iMovie
Creating music videos and cover song videos is an important way for musicians to build their following online. You can easily edit your videos straight from your phone with an app like iMovie. There’s no reason to wait until you have a high budget to get started with music videos. All you need is your phone and the iMovie app.
6 – Jambro
Filling the spot of your guitarist when he’s sick can be a stressful task. But with Jambro you can quickly get connected to other musicians around you. This app can be a lifesaver for those unpredictable situations.
7 – Social Media
You can find social media tips on the TUNEGO Blog.
8 – Tempo
Tempo is a simple app to help you and your band stay in rhythm. You can also use it to create your setlist for your live performances.
9 – iReal Pro
Practice even when your band isn’t around. The iReal Pro app can simulate the other instruments for you to practice. You can also pull up and collect chord charts of your favorite songs to use as a reference.
10 – Hum
With Hum, you can quickly organize your song ideas. You can organize them in Hum by different moods, topics, keys, or tunings. You can also import and record audio into the app and sync it with your Dropbox.
Now that you know our top 10 apps for musicians, tell us what your favorites are!