Google Music Lab Alternatives

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Google Music Lab

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Google Music Lab (also known as Chrome Music Lab) is a web-based application that makes learning music more accessible through fun, hands-on experiments. It has millions of users around the world who can use to explore music and create a connection to science, art, and math to teach students… read more
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Google Music Lab Alternatives & Similar Software for Android

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1. Mubert

Mubert is a music or beats maker application that combines music and technology. Its robust algorithm generates a seamless stream of unique music in real-time that allows you to stay concentrated with focusing music developed by a collaboration of worldwide musicians and Mubert AI.

The application is specially made for all the music lover who wants to become a professional musician. Just like the other similar beat makers app, it also offers lots of advanced music tools and instruments that allows you to create addictive music and share it with the others.

More About Google Music Lab

Google Music Lab (also known as Chrome Music Lab) is a web-based application that makes learning music more accessible through fun, hands-on experiments. It has millions of users around the world who can use to explore music and create a connection to science, art, and math to teach students.

The application has combine with lots of live instruments that allows you to play with music and enhance your skills. With the help of this application, you can also be able to create your song with its song maker.

Google Music Lab also has lots of options such as Rhythm, Spectrogram, Chords, Sound Waves, Kandinsky and Melody Maker, etc. Each option has its service features. Its all instruments are created freely accessible on web technology, including web audio API, Tone.JS and WebMIDI, etc.

These tools designed it more comfortable for coders to create new interactive, and enjoyable music experience. Chrome Music Lab is entirely free to use applications and available to use on phones, tablets, and desktop platforms by opening the site on your browser.

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Harlon currently works as a quality moderator and content writer for Turpy Media. He does stuff with apps. He makes yachts and boats and cars sound go boom boom. 12am-4am a Game/web/app developer, guitarist, lover, and hater of technology. He graduated from the University of California in 2010 with a degree in Computer Science.