What are the best studio recording apps?

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    #1RecForge Lite

    RecForge Lite
    RecForge Lite is a high-quality sound recorder app developed by Dje073 for Android devices. The audio recorder app allows users to Record, Edit and Share sounds, voices, notes, music or any other audio.



    Samuel Hawkins
    Written on November 18, 2017
    "Great recording app, using RecForge was a breeze for me,it's so easy to edit on this app. I never thought a recording android app could sound so professional, the features on this app is amazing."
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    #2Music Studio Lite

    Music Studio Lite

    This app offers full music production environment, providing professional audio quality and lots of instruments, effects and tracks. Create you own music using this app, and share it on your favorite social networks.




    Mark Moore
    Written on April 5, 2018
    "Music Studio Lite is a very excellent audio recording app. It does exactly what it is advertised as doing, no more, no less. It is a great app, but it is not for the serious audio enthusiast. I would highly recommend this to beginners and anyone just looking to have some fun mixing audio."
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    Record your music with this 2-track recorder and add as many effects as you want to give your music your own personal view. You can find backing tracks for your songs, and share them with the whole music world.




    Frank Griffin
    Written on July 18, 2018
    "Songtree is a fantastic recording app for anyone looking to get a studio level recording from their phone. It allows you to record music add tracks and share things easily throughout the music world."
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    #4MultiTrack DAW

    MultiTrack DAW

    Using this app you will be able to create the best songs you could ever think of! There are up to 24 audio tracks available, one for each instrument, and many other settings to make sure you have everything you need.



    $9.99- with in-app purchases

    Sara Matthews
    Written on November 18, 2017
    "This is a great digital workstation for getting creative with audio tracks. I would to do this in my spare time and possibly make it a hobby. I would love to use this and see how creative I could become. This will allow me to do something I've never done. "
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    Vocalive is the first professional vocal processor for live performance and multi-track recording on iPhone/iPad. Features a Mic Room microphone modelling for creating amazing vocal effects with reverbs, delays, and more. 



    $19.99- with in-app purchases

    Andrew Richardson
    Written on November 26, 2017
    "VocaLive is a fun app that allows for professional vocal recording. It has mind blowing effects that you would usually have to pay premium for."
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    GarageBand is a music making software and app for Mac and iOS respectively. It offers a sound library with software instruments, presets for guitar and voice, and virtual session drummers. Users can access piano and guitar lessons.


    Mac, iOS


    Catherine Daniels
    Written on November 16, 2017
    "Only appears available for iOS? What if I have an Android phone?"
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    #7AmpliTube for iPad

    AmpliTube for iPad

    AmpliTube is an essential music app that lets you use your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to process, play and record your guitar, bass or other instruments while on the go.



    $19.99- with in-app purchases

    Howard Holmes
    Written on November 22, 2017
    "I like to record music on my iPad and I have started to use AmpliTube. It has been extremely helpful and it has in fact made some parts of recording easier to do."
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    #8RecForge 2

    RecForge 2
    This app is powerful audio recorder & editor for Android. It allows to record, play, edit and share sounds, voices, notes, musics or any other audio media.


    Free- With in-app purchases.

    Vincent Bailey
    Written on July 25, 2018
    "This is not a studio, or a replacement for a studio. But, having said that, it's not a Mickey Mouse piece of tosh either. It does let you record things, and gives you a fair amount of control over them. Really it's just limited by the quality of the microphone in your phone, and the quality of the environment you're trying to record in. If you used this for, say, pick up podcast recording, with a solid mic and a nice room with good acoustics, there's nothing wrong with what it'll record for you."


Best What are the best studio recording apps
1RecForge LiteApps 0 Free
2Music Studio LiteApps 0 Free
3SongtreeApps 0 Free
4MultiTrack DAWApps 0 Paid
5VocaLiveApps 0 Paid
6GarageBandSoftware -1 Free
7AmpliTube for iPadApps -1 Paid
8RecForge 2Apps -5 Free

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