Music Tools

Here are some interesting and useful music tools.

Virtual Piano Keyboard – if you don’t have the money for real electronic keyboard – virtual one is a good option. Kidding. No, it can’t replace your piano, but I find virtual keyboards very entertaining to use.

Virtual Piano Keyboard

Free Online Metronome – simple metronome with 40 to 208 BPM range. Despite some criticism over metronome usage, it’s proven to make practicing music easier and help you retain constant tempo.

Free Online Metronome

Otomata – is a simple tool which enables you to create music online. It seemed a way too simple when I first came across this, but after playing with it a bit I found it’s incredibly fun and viral music tool. Here’s a sample that I made the first time I used it: Otomata sample (right click -> save link as to download).otomata

Audacity – is a completely free audio editor which enables you to record, cut and mix audio files. It supports WAV, AIFF, MP3 and OGG file formats. It’s an advanced music tool with¬†plenty of effects and a full support of VST instruments.

audacity

Virtual DJ – intuitive, beginner friendly music mixing software. Effects, loops, sampler, BPM detection, mixer, equalizer and a bunch of other features will help you become a professional DJ without expensive DJ equipment.

virtual dj

SoundCloud – think of it as a YouTube for music. Once when you created that beautiful sound – what’s the point if no one ever hears it? Upload your masterpiece and share it with the world.

soundcloud the beatles

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