Bandlab may not be as powerful as the other DAWs out there. But the one thing it does have is a mobile app. The app is constantly improving on itself and the support team is very personable. There are limitations such as no way to creat busses and limited to only 16 tracks. But you can utilize other software to enhance tracks if needed. For someone who is always on thr Go and theres not much time to work on a project at home or in the studio bandlab will be your hero. You can simply arrange from your phone where ever you are. The plug ins are very elaborate and powerful as well. They have virtual instruments which i have yet to see from the few other DAWs ive used. And their online Mastering is actually very very rich in sound if you gain stage correctly. Between me and you. I also love the cloud aspect of it. I use bandlab as a form of backing up my work in case disaster occurs. So for that they get give stars.
Yeah, BandLab is simple and easy to get up and running and could be worth trying. (Well, I've tried BandLab online at bandlab.com rather than the app.) It's self-contained and comes with its own instruments. I think it could do ambient and cinematic, but I won't vouch for orchestral-level cinematic per se (but getting orchestras to satisfy me in any DAW might involve more tweaking than I would bother with.). Source: 4 days ago
Bandlab.com works in browser, comes with lot of loops, some instruments and effects included. 50M total users - you can easily find somebody for collaboration, more people can work together. You can look into and modify some of other people songs - great entertainment value. Source: 4 months ago
Bandlab.com has a massive free sample library (just need an account, or to connect a google account). Searching for "Punk" results two Pop Punk sample packs. Source: 4 months ago
Whenever this happens I clear my cookies and log in again. If you don't know how to clear cookies, click the lock next to where is says bandlab.com. then click cookies... Then click remove until nothing is there. Reload the page. You will be logged out after reloading the page. Log back in. Hope this helps! Source: 8 months ago
Go to bandlab.com and make and account, it's free. it's an online browser based software that has sounds for your keyboard. I'm going to assume you know how to get to that website, make an account and log in. From there, you're gonna wanna press the orange create button in the top right corner of the screen. You'll then see the first picture. Click instruments and then you'll see the work area open up. Source: 9 months ago
Onlinesequencer.net is good for basic practice, bandlab.com is another good program for making music. Both of these are free and don't require a download. Source: 12 months ago
That's a good observation. I sampled a live recorded drum loop, something I was able to get permissions to from bandlab.com. As a hiphop producer, I hoard samples that I can get permissions to and stock pile them for the right occasion. Sitting on about 80+ GB of material at the moment. Source: about 1 year ago
Actually, I had made that coin sound with Bandlab's MIDI instruments. That has more flexible features than this one tho. ;). Source: about 1 year ago
You can always revert to playing scales til your fingers fall off, that's a direction. Also, there's a million jam tracks on YouTube. Not to mention kompoz.com, bandlab.com, and other collaboration sites that are out there with people looking for musicians to record with. Source: about 1 year ago
Bandlab.com is perfect for complete beginners. It works on every platform and has everything you need to make and release your first tracks DAWs, Samples, Mastering and even distribution all completely for free. Source: about 1 year ago
Finding your musical kindred spirits takes time and effort. You'll need to get out and play with different groups of people to find "the best fit". The good thing is that nowadays there's literally thousand of folks who put themselves out there looking for the same sort of kinship. Check out kompoz.com, bandlab.com, jamkazam.com as online resources. Source: over 1 year ago
Try https://www.bandlab.com/ 1st, its a free online DAW he might not like the DAW experience so then you would know not to proceed with purchasing one and getting into steep learning curves. Let him crawl before he attempts to walk then run. Source: over 1 year ago
My profile on bandlab.com check it out if you want to and I'll see you guys in the next one. Source: over 1 year ago
Well, this one is not a Subreddit, but I'm just sharing in case you find it interesting: bandlab.com is a great social network to find and work remotely with other musicians. Source: over 1 year ago
I've been playing all the Canon in D songs: Memories by Maroon 5, Graduation by Vitamin C, Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space by Spiritualized, Basket Case by Green Day, etc. There's tons of them. I play them all in every key for the lolz, with the chords repeating in the DAW to play along with! You can whip up a quick loop at BandLab and go nuts. Makes me want a loop pedal. Source: almost 2 years ago
Go to bandlab.com and make some music. I made a lot of music that way because my internship was mostly behind a computer and the same thing seemed to happen to me most of the time. Source: about 2 years ago
Check out sites like kompoz.com and bandlab.com They have an active collab system there. Source: about 2 years ago
The USB audio interface on my guitar amp sends out four channels, but I can only see Ch 1, Ch 2, or Ch 1+2 when using bandlab.com on my Windows 10 machine with either Chrome or Edge browsers. Source: about 2 years ago
For those who need free, original music thats just going to play under streams, checkout the online bandlab tool. Loop based construction kits that you can quickly build tracks, export, even master it within your browser. Pretty neat. Youtuber who figure out how to edit videos can easily make music good enough for streams with loops. Bandlab.com. Source: over 2 years ago
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