Samsung's Soundcamp is a pro music creator app for aspiring DJs

Samsung's Soundcamp is a pro music creator app for aspiring DJs
Samsung outed a professional music-creation app back in the spring, called Soundcamp, and with its recent update it has become a pretty versatile tool for all your digital tune construction and DJ-ing needs. Besides the new automatic mixer, Soundcamp now lets you play with built-in touch instruments like drums or a piano, or with 3rd party music apps. You will also e able to record and then share said musical brilliance.

Soundcamp's chief features include record, editing and mixture of up to 8 audio/MIDI tracks, a Looper option with a loop database in different genres. plus the ability to create custom instrument sounds with the Sampler option. Last but not least, Soundcamp offers support for external USB or analog audio accessories for clearer recording. Hit the video below to see what Samsung's music creator is capable of, and check it out at the source link if it started to sound cool.

Developer: Samsung ElectronicsDownload: Android
Category: Music&AudioPrice: Free



4. wesley.

Posts: 218; Member since: Aug 06, 2013

My Note 3 not compatible. Wtf?

3. TSMan2

Posts: 363; Member since: Aug 20, 2015

Great app, but still not a real pro tool. I believe , though, that soon Samsung will make of this the first real-pro music app for smartphone. Nice to see that there is no latency .

1. jroc74

Posts: 6023; Member since: Dec 30, 2010

What?? No one crying copying Apple and Garageband???

2. talon95

Posts: 1012; Member since: Jul 31, 2012

Do people cry every time a new first person shooter comes out? No, please don't give us any more options. I downloaded it, like 107Mb but didn't play very much. Latency seemed acceptable though.

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