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Soundtrap is an online, collaborative music and podcast recording studio. Make music with hundreds of software instruments and thousands of high-quality loops, or record podcasts easily. Collaborate remotely with anyone, in real-time, using the chat in the studio. Work on your projects wherever you are on almost any device, everything is stored in the cloud so that you can start a project on your phone and continue on a computer. Soundtrap - your everywhere studio by Spotify.

Soundtrap Features

• Record music and podcasts together online
• Invite friends to collaborate remotely on your recordings using the chat in the studio
• Create music with thousands of high-quality, professionally recorded loops in a variety of genres
• Record vocals and play the built-in sampled instruments (piano, organ, synths, drums and more)
• Real-time monitoring - apply effects to your voice as you record
• Use a large number of high-quality and professional effects
• Subscribe to edit your vocals with Antares Auto-Tune®
• Save all your recordings in the cloud for easy access from all devices
• Download and share your recordings via email, Whatsapp, Messenger, Facebook, Twitter, and Soundcloud

Visit our website for more features, like the Interactive Transcript for podcast editing or to use Automation for your recordings. Try the Premium and Supreme features in our 1-month free trial!

*Soundtrap studio works on all iOS devices except from iPhone 4S, iPad 2, New iPad, iPad mini, iPod touch (5th gen).

Version 3.0.3

It's now easier to navigate into the Studio, view, and jump between projects.

This new update also brings major performance improvements and several bug fixes for a smoother music-making experience.

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5

8.4K Ratings

Great app, just a few things.

I love this app and have been using it for a while now to make dongs & stuff. However there are a few things that need improvement. My first and biggest concern is the saving feature. You have to manually save all the time to ensure that you don’t lose your project if the app crashes or if you have to close it. Multiple times now I have closed the app, forgetting to save and losing almost all of my progress. I would recommend an auto save feature, or at least some kind of reminder system or confirmation system that makes sure you don’t close the app without saving. My next concern is quantizing. I love it for some things, like making steady bears & different melodies. However, there should be some kind of feature where you can quantize duplets and triplets in the same section so that you don’t have to split it. Other than that, I love the app and will keep using it in the future.

Good Concept, Needs Serious Work

This is my first app review. I just felt it was necessary to point out a few things for people planning on using the app. For one, I really like the selection of instruments and loops available through the subscription. Without a subscription, however, it’s very limited. That said, even WITH the subscription you’re still very limited in what you can do creatively because the app is extremely unstable. Even when it’s the only open app, It will crash within 5 minutes of use about 80% of the time. If I get past 5 minutes successfully, then the other 20% of the time it will crash in the next 5 minutes or so. For reference, I have an iPhone 12 plus, so I’m not running on any older software. I think once or twice I’ve been able to use it past the 15 minute mark without having to completely restart it and recover the project I was working on. Even when it doesn’t crash completely, it will glitch and stop playing sound until you completely close the app and restart it. I did the free trial and honestly I was excited enough to consider purchasing it when the trial ended, but I can’t see any point in doing it when I can hardly get it to function normally. I’m pretty disappointed, because it’s obvious that this app has a ton of potential.

Doesn’t work on my computer

This app could be great, unfortunately though, it’s not. I first tried using the desktop version on my laptop, to no avail. I usually use Garage Band on my iPad to edit vocals and got this program specifically so I could do that on my computer instead, but for some reason the desktop version refuses to use my microphone. I spent two hours going through my computer and Soundtrap settings, only to give up because of how frustrating it was. I guess technically it did connect, but I couldn’t get the volume up and it sounded very VERY muffled. So I decided to turn to the app. Thankfully, the app was able to acknowledge the microphone, but the app doesn’t carry the tools that I want to use and crashes VERY often. Also the whole point I got it was because I wanted to use my laptop. I had the grand idea to record on my iPad then edit on my computer, but even though I’m on the same account and use the paid version it won’t sync well between devices. Anyway, for my purposes this app/site has been very frustrating, but it does have some good things packed in. I’m sure it’s useful to many other people

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In-App Purchases

  1. Soundtrap Premium$9.99
  2. Soundtrap Supreme$14.99
  3. Soundtrap Pro$4.99


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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Soundtrap for Education



Soundtrap is an online music recording studio of DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) that works across multiple operating systems, including: Mac, iOS, Android, Windows, and Chromebook. Music-makers around the world can use Soundtrap to collaborate in an easy-to-use, cloud-based system.

Music and podcasts can be recorded in the classroom on a laptop, and continued elsewhere on iPads, smartphones, or other mobile devices. Soundtrap's user-friendly platform appeals to individuals with all levels of musical interest and ability, from K-12 through the higher education market.

Soundtrap has expanded its consumer and education solutions to include four new languages: Spanish, French, German, and Swedish, reaching millions of new users. Today, hundreds of schools in the US and across the globe use Soundtrap with their students.

Soundtrap was the first online tool to allow users to import and export musical compositions or scores using MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) using only a browser. Not only can scores be imported into Soundtrap, but now compositions created in Soundtrap can be exported as scores, simplifying the learning process.


Soundtrap for Education Features

  • Soundtrap Premium features for every user (4040+ loops, 540+ instruments & sounds)
  • Online music studio where students can record with built-in device microphones
  • Accessible from any and all devices
  • A "walled garden" of safety & security for classroom collaborations (COPPA, FERPA, and GDPR-compliant)
  • Unlimited groups for organizing classes & ensembles
  • Forked assignment feature to easily assign products (no downloads or uploads!)
  • Automation, Antares AutoTune®, time-restore, and high-quality downloads
  • Video & text chat options within projects for collaboration (with the option to enable or disable this feature)
  • Hundreds of lesson plans
  • Direct integration with MusicFirst Classroom and Google Classroom



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As a musician, you likely first imagine a composition and then will write it down. Well, how do you document your masterpieces? Do you write the notes down on paper? Or do you use song composition software? You more than likely use song composition software.

Fortunately, there are many composing apps on the market for genius musicians such as yourself. Two of the most prominent members of that league are GarageBand and Soundtrap. Both offer similar tools to create tunes and both claim you can easily compose songs, yet the software quality varies.

Should you use GarageBand or Soundtrap? Here’s what we suggest.


Main Differences Between GarageBand and SoundTrap

The Main Differences Between GarageBand vs Soundtrap are:

  • Soundtrap is available in 57 countries and six languages. GarageBand is available in 34 languages but not all app functions are available in every country.
  • With Soundtrap, you can collaborate and share tracks with other musicians at the same time. You can share tracks with other musicians via iCloud on GarageBand, but you also can’t collaborate directly on the app.
  • Soundtrap works on all platforms whereas GarageBand is an Apple product
  • GarageBand is a freemium service while Soundtrap is a paid service (though they offer free trials)


Before we discuss these platforms in more detail, let’s make sure you can use them.

Soundtrap will definitely benefit most users. This software is available on both iOS, Android, and desktop. This software is best used on a computer and you need an internet connection, regardless of the device you’re using. Soundtrap does require high internet speeds — 20 Megabits per second, to be exact.

Since GarageBand is an Apple product, you must use it on Apple devices. Fortunately, you can use GarageBand on both your Mac and iPhone/iPad. GarageBand offers better mobile and tablet functionality than GarageBand, which is something important to keep in mind.

Because Soundtrap is available to more users, it wins this round.


Both platforms offer impressive features. But which one is the best?

Soundtrap Features

Soundtrap is popular for its great loops and presets. They have a huge loop library and their loops automatically adjust to the key you’re playing in. In addition, the loops and presets are all separated by genre.

The best part is all loops and presets are available for free and on the free trial.

Soundtrap also includes autotune. While this is an industry-standard, Soundtrap offers more flexibility with its autotune functions. You can choose the intensity of your autotune (from light to heavy), the key, specific notes within the key you want to avoid, and additional effects.

If you’re using Soundtrap to create beats, you can easily create beats by looping the base and choosing where you want to insert drums. You can also choose which drums to hit.

There’s also automation in the mixing and mastering process. The whole process is simple, ideal for musicians who have little-to-no experience with audio engineering.

The only downside is Soundtrap’s mixing and mastering features don’t offer a lot of customizations. However, this software is made for amateurs, small bands, and anyone with musical talent but doesn’t have the skills for professional-quality software. If you need more in your mixing/mastering functions, you should invest in advanced software such as Pro Tools. In addition, GarageBand offers more advanced mixing/mastering features, which we will go over later.

GarageBand Features

One of GarageBand’s best features is the ability to download free sounds. These sound packs include loops, touch instruments, guitar, and other instrument presets, and even live loop templates.

Like Soundtrap, GarageBand also offers to autotune and you can apply it to the song you’re singing or mixing. The only thing I’ll say is the interface is slightly more complex than Soundtrap’s, yet GarageBand offers more customization options.

GarageBand is also ideal for indie rappers and engineers, since making beats is extremely quick and simple. GarageBand does take the beat sequencing process to another level; for example, you can further customize drum presets, choose various templates (such as hip hop, trap, etc.), and you can even integrate other touch instruments if desired.

Like Soundtrap, GarageBand’s mixing/mastering is nowhere close to the quality of advanced platforms such as Pro Tools. But you can mix and master your tracks, even if you’re not a professional audio engineer. Sure, the result may not be studio quality, but GarageBand offers a straightforward process that anyone can learn.

GarageBand does offer basic mixing/mastering functions, such as editing tracks, adding effects, and more.

Overall, these programs are tied in this round. The features satisfy different musicians and their recording/engineering expertise. For musicians who are new to playing or even seasoned musicians with little engineering experience, Soundtrap is a better option. While GarageBand has more intricate features and customization options, this platform still doesn’t offer the quality that professional recording, mixing, and mastering software provides.


The most important aspect of the review — what are these programs going to cost you?

Soundtrap Pricing

Even though this platform is targeted at indie musicians and new audio engineers, it’s the one that comes at a price. Soundtrap is a paid subscription service. The price you pay varies, depending on the service and if you pay monthly or yearly.

The pricing tiers include:

  • Music Makers: $9.99/month ($7.99/month if you pay yearly)
  • Music Maker Supreme: $14.99/month ($11.99/month if you pay yearly)
  • Storytellers: $14.99/month ($11.99/month if you pay yearly)
  • Complete: $17.99/month ($13.99/month if you pay yearly)

Keep in mind, Storytellers is the software platform specifically designed for podcasts. While they offer great features for professionals, you can satisfy simple cutting and splicing by using free audio editing programs such as Audacity.

Sure, Soundtrap is only a fraction of the price of professional audio engineering software. But it doesn’t compete well against GarageBand.

GarageBand Pricing

For the most part, GarageBand is free. They offer a premium version called Logic, which costs $200. But the free version of GarageBand is ideal for musicians who need simple recording/editing software, and for engineers who are just getting started.

GarageBand wins this round. Obviously, because they’re free. As software designed for indie musicians and new audio engineers, Soundtrap is pretty expensive when these players and producers can use GarageBand for free.


Question: Do Professionals Use GarageBand and Soundtrap?

Answer: GarageBand can be used as professional software. Actually, some of the biggest songs in the world were produced on GarageBand (and the free version, if you can believe that). Soundtrap can also be used professionally and is especially used by music educators; however, this also depends on the tier you choose.

Question: Are There Other Alternatives?

Answer: For Android users who want a comparable alternative to GarageBand that’s free, Walk Band is the best option. There are over 50 million downloads, an array of virtual instruments, and more.

Question: Are These Softwares Royalty-Free?

Answer: The GarageBand contract states the loops are royalty-free and can be used in your musical project. While Soundtrap loops are also royalty-free, you can’t distribute them commercially without your own music added.

Question: Is GarageBand Good for Beginners?

Answer: While we stated that Soundtrap is ideal for beginners, depending on the tier you purchase, GarageBand has more complex capabilities that are borderline professional quality. Does this make GarageBand ideal for beginners?

GarageBand is a good starter to learn how to record and edit audio. It’s overall well-designed and easy to use. Eventually, though, you may want to upgrade in the future.

Question: Can I Sell Songs Made With Either GarageBand or Soundtrap?

Answer: It’s completely legal to publish and sell songs made using GarageBand. That’s because Apple provides the samples and loops completely free of royalties.

While you also can with Soundtrap, they offer specific limitations. For example, you have to completely compose the song you’re releasing. You also can’t use their loops unless you put your own music to them.

Question: Can You Make Good Music With GarageBand and Soundtrap?

Answer: Sure, you can make music on both platforms. But will the music be GOOD?
While GarageBand doesn’t have as many advanced tools as other professional software types, you can still create great music in a very easy manner.

Soundtrap is convenient because they offer collaboration tools, so you and your band members can write and record music directly on the platform.
Because of this, you can create great music — even if Soundtrap doesn’t have as many features as other software types.

Question: Do I Need Either GarageBand or Soundtrap?

Answer: As a musician, it’s easy to think you need these pieces of recording software. But do you really NEED them?
No, you technically don’t need to use either platform. But they do make composing and recording songs very simple. At the very least, you can record rough demos or even compose tracks for your entire band. All of these factors can help you prepare for the studio.

However, there are some instances where these platforms are necessary. For example, if you’re in an audio engineering school, access to recording platforms is often required. The platform you use, however, depends on the school, the program they’re teaching, the professor’s requirements, and more.

Soundtrap vs Garageband: The Final Verdict

Overall, both are tied. They offer their pros and cons; for example, GarageBand is free while Soundtrap has more compatibility. They’re also great solutions for bands and musicians who want to record their music. While they’re great learning platforms for audio engineers, they will eventually need to upgrade to a more professional program.

Need more DAW software recommendations? Continue reading our website!


Do you have to pay for Soundtrap?

Do you have to pay for Soundtrap?

The Soundtrap® service that does not require payment is currently referred to as the “Basic Service. Soundtrap® also offers an academic service intended for use by students and teachers, currently known as the “Educational Plan”.

What can you do with Soundtrap?

With Soundtrap you make music or any type of audio recording online. You can plug in your own instrument, use the software instruments available in Soundtrap or just record a song directly with your computer microphone. With Soundtrap you make music or any type of audio recording online.

How do you invite students to Soundtrap?

To add users to your EDU account, go to the EDU admin panel and click on +Import Users and choose either invite by code or link or use any of the import options. If you’ve chosen the option to import by code or a link you might need to change the “Role” of the user once the user has been imported.

How do you use autotune on a Soundtrap?

Just hover over the region you wish to auto-tune, click EDIT (1) and choose Auto-Tune® (2). This opens up the Auto-Tune® effect dialog! Here you can choose the amount of the effect that you want to add and select a musical scale. The Amount control goes from Light to Heavy.

Should I record with autotune on?

Don’t Rely on Melodyne or Autotune And in most cases, if you sing with the autotune off and than later add it, it is going to sound horrible. So if you must use autotune, record with it on and at very light settings.

Should I record with effects on?

Always record your vocals completely dry and add effects in the mixing stage. Always! The reason you want to record a dry signal, which means no time-based effects like reverb, delays, and echoes, is to keep your options wide open when you begin to mix.

Are Waves plugins better than logic?

Yes, Waves plugs sound better and the presets are actually very usable, helping you to get a good sound quicker. The Waves graphic interfaces are also far superior and that helps you to be more efficient as well.


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Online freemium music and audio editor

IndustryMusic, podcast
FoundedApril 1, 2012; 9 years ago (2012-04-01)[1]
FoundersBjörn Melinder, Fredrik Posse, Gabriel Sjöberg, Per Emanuelsson

Stockholm, Sweden

Key people

Per Emanuelsson (CEO)

Soundtrap is a freemium online cross-platform digital audio workstation for browsers that allows users to create music or podcasts.[2][3] The DAW is operated by Soundtrap AB, which was bought by Spotify in November 2017.[4] Soundtrap is offered in English, Spanish, French, German, and Swedish, with the latter four being added in 2017.[5][6]

The DAW includes inputs for external instruments, an instrument player, a way to input and export MIDI files,[7] collaboration features,[8] Patterns BeatMaker (introduced in 2017)[9] and a built-in autotune provided by Antares Audio Technologies.[10]


Soundtrap developers at the 2015 MTFCentral Hack Camp.

Soundtrap and Soundtrap AB were founded April 1, 2012[1] in Stockholm, Sweden by Björn Melinder, Fredrik Posse, Gabriel Sjöberg, and Per Emanuelsson, who believed that it was too "complex to make music" and who wanted to create a studio with collaboration and “a full production environment where you can do professional-sounding podcasts, collaboratively done on the web.”[11] Soundtrap Studio was launched in beta in 2013. The next year, it was featured at Google I/O.[12][13] In 2016, Soundtrap scored $6 million for their Series A round.[14]

Soundtrap's logo from 2013 to 2017.

In November 2017, Spotify acquired Soundtrap, with Soundtrap stating that the move was a "culturally, creatively and strategically" great fit.[15][16][17][18] The company had revenues of 900,000 kronor, making it one of Spotify's most expensive acquisitions.[19]

In 2018, Soundtrap won the EdTech Awards for the Arts, Music, Creative Solutions Category.[20][21] The next year, it offered unlimited projects for the free tier without having to upgrade to a better plan.[22][23][24][25]


Soundtrap is split into three programs: Soundtrap for Music Makers, Soundtrap for Storytellers, and Soundtrap for Education.

Soundtrap for Education[edit]

Soundtrap for Education was introduced in 2015,[27] being showcased in 2016 at the Future of Education Technology Conference as a way for teachers and students of all ages to explore creative sound making in a safe and secure environment as well as at home.[28][29] The program is COPPA, GDPR and FERPA compliant and is compatible with Google Classroom[30] and Soundtrap for Storytellers.[31]

The program was named "The Best Website for Teaching and Learning" in 2015 by the American Association of School Librarians[32] and was featured on Google for Education's "Creative Apps for Chromebooks" in 2016.[33] It was also given 4/5 stars by Common Sense Media, saying that the dashboard was easy to use and that the "extensive video tutorials and support features facilitate use of this tool to its fullest potential."[34]

In March 2020, Soundtrap for Education was made free for the fall semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[35][36] That same year, it was named the "Music Education Solution of the Year" by EdTech.[37][38][39][40][41]

Soundtrap for Storytellers[edit]

Soundtrap for Storytellers was introduced on May 24, 2019 as a way for people to create podcasts.[42][43][44][45] The program includes a transcript feature which can record and automatically transcribe a voice, a tool to edit the transcript, and a tool for managing shows and episodes as well as directly upload podcasts to Spotify.[46][47][48] The In October 2019, the transcription feature was expanded to include French, Spanish,[49]German, Brazilian Portuguese, Portuguese[50] and Swedish.[51][52] The program also has a way to remotely interview guests and to create your own jingle.[53][54]

The program was created to help podcasters with editing, transcribing, remote interviewing, and adding sound effects, as well as having one platform to create podcasts with.[55][56][57] According to the CEO of Soundtrap AB, Per Emanuelsson, Soundtrap for Storytellers "helps teachers differentiate instruction for students of all abilities within one classroom, giving students a compelling way to channel their thoughts and perspectives."[58][59][60]

Soundtrap for Storytellers has been described as the "Google Docs of podcasting."[61]

Soundtrap for Music Makers[edit]

Soundtrap for Music Makers was introduced in 2020 and has more features than the free tier, including Auto-Tune, more instruments, and sounds from Splice and Freesound.[62]


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Soundtrap Studio

Soundtrap is an online, collaborative music and podcast recording studio. Make music with hundreds of software instruments and thousands of high-quality loops, or record podcasts easily. Collaborate remotely with anyone, in real-time, using the chat in the studio. Work on your projects wherever you are on almost any device, everything is stored in the cloud so that you can start a project on your phone and continue on a computer. Soundtrap - your everywhere studio by Spotify.

Soundtrap Features

• Record music and podcasts together online
• Invite friends to collaborate remotely on your recordings using the chat in the studio
• Create music with thousands of high-quality, professionally recorded loops in a variety of genres
• Record vocals and play the built-in sampled instruments (piano, organ, synths, drums and more)
• Use a large number of high-quality and professional effects
• Subscribe to edit your vocals with Antares Auto-Tune®
• Save all your recordings in the cloud for easy access from all devices
• Download and share your recordings via email, Whatsapp, Messenger, Facebook, Twitter, and Soundcloud
• Use Soundtrap on Windows, Mac, Chromebook, Linux, iOS and Android

Visit our website for more features, like the Interactive Transcript for podcast editing or to use Automation for your recordings. Try the Premium and Supreme features in our 1-month free trial!


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This is one of the most popular and used features of Soundtrap and no wonder it’s listed among the different online recording studio with autotune.

Soundtrap offers the ability to pitch and modify your voice recordings.

Now it’s easy to create professional sounds, Tweak volume, pan, and the sweep effect in order to create great music!

with over 4k loop and presents collection making music seems more than fun.

Note that they also have their known Patterns™ BeatMaker so you can use it and make your own beats!

Forget about complicated music production tools – let your talent and creativity shine.


Make your own song with the UJAM studio!

Next in our online recording studio with autotune list is the UJAM Studio!

This online recording studio with autotune is your personal, easy to use, cloud-based studio that lets you make your own music even if you lack the technical knowledge.

So, how do you start about with it?

5 Explosive Online Recording Studio With Autotune Feature!

The process is pretty easy, You sing, upload and create!

  • Singing: Sing into your computer’s microphone. The UJAM Studio will analyze your recording and create a matching playback.
  • Uploading: Upload a vocal track from your computer. Again, UJAM will create the backing track.
  • Rejamming: Select and edit one of our song templates. No need to sing, and you’ll still get great results.

If you didn’t know, UJAM uses real instruments recorded by professional producers, so the result will always sound great.

UJAM supports most of the music styles (Rock, Hip-Hop or Jazz) is just one click away. You can even combine instruments from different genres and create your own custom style.

If you are a musician, the UJAM Studio is the perfect tool to try out your ideas. You are able to edit chord progressions, song structure, the main melody, backing instruments and a lot more.

Another awesome feature is the ability of you to Surprise your friends and family with a personal message (musical greeting by email, Facebook or Twitter) via the music you can create on any occasion!

Remix songs!

UJAM is pretty simple to use but a great thing is that they’ve made it fun to work with.

How? By remixing, songs created by talented UJAM artists will help you get familiar with UJAM.

So how does it work?

Rejamming lets you start with a complete song and then change things around: Select a different style, change the song tempo and turn that ballad into a piece of Heavy Metal.

Then in the process, you can: Edit the arrangement of the song and apply different harmonies (You can even add your won voals If you love to singing).

5 Explosive Online Recording Studio With Autotune Feature


Soundation is a 100% free online recording studio with autotune excellent for those seeking to make music online.

Soundation makes it easy for you to produce, remix and record songs in an online studio and share music together with millions of Soundation users if you want to.

5 Explosive Online Recording Studio With Autotune Feature!
With an extensive sound library choosing sounds and loops becomes a breeze and the interface is perfect for beginners and professionals.

It offers great visual instruments so by that way you can choose amongst integrated digital instruments such as piano, drums and violin with synthesizers, filters and equalizers that helps you create unique and professional music.

Let’s not forget the awesome community that allows you to connect with other users musicians looking for a place to share ideas and inspiration.


Amplify Your Musical Creativity

Let’s break Tunedly down, Tunedly is an innovative marketplace founded in 2015 that connects songwriters and other music creators with world-class session musicians to create professional-sounding music, and makes it easier to get heard.

it was started by musicians, the idea for the live collaboration music production platform came out of the need to provide better opportunities for people who are interested in making music, but either lack the means to make it happen, or are not able to connect with the right talent and resources.

  • Through Tunedly 1500+ music projects have been completed
  • They have over 350 Loyal Customers

Tunedly team wants to make it easy for everyone so through it you’ve essentially gotten access to your own online music recording studio.

5 Explosive Online Recording Studio With Autotune Feature!

By increasing access to high quality music production and marketing services, everyone benefits; including music listeners who are always keeping an ear out for great music, as well as music creators who seek exposure.

If you’ve been looking for a way to give your songs a professional edge check Tunedly out with their Grammy, Emmy, and Oscar winners from around the world.

With Tunedly, you have the unique benefit of real-time collaboration with multiple session musicians, all at once. Keep 100% of the rights to your music.

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Studio Automatic is a full-service online recording studio.

So here is how it works: You send us your song idea in any form: garage band recording, iPhone recording or voice memo, whatever. Within 5-7 business days, you will receive a professionally recorded demo of your song!

They can deliver anything from a simple high-quality acoustic version all the way to a fully produced, mixed and mastered recording of your song, with as many piece band as you want.

5 Explosive Online Recording Studio With Autotune Feature!

They offer different vocal recording options as well by providing a professional vocalist or you can record your own vocals.

Even in your home studio! They also offer the option of having a working producer jump in to help, if you want it. (This is for those living within USA). You can check specifically on their website.

The Studio Automatic website makes it super easy to upload your song and communicate with their team.

Here is how it works:


For more details check their website here.


This online recording studio with autotune list could be endless but picking a few and working with the best is what matters. Try them out and be determined to work on making your music, in the long run, you will see great results.

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