AmpTrack Technologies Launches HumBeatz Mobile Looper
HumBeatz (for iOS, Android) lets anyone turn their mouth into a musical instrument—anytime, anywhere
HumBeatz mobile looper app; HumBeatz in Beatz mode
Stockholm, Sweden, April 17, 2018 — AmpTrack Technologies announces the release of their mobile appHumBeatz, that lets users hum, whistle or beatbox and turn those sounds into a musical instrument. With HumBeatz, those vocal sounds can be used to easily and quickly create a bass line, drum groove, trumpet riff or other sounds, for creating musical parts, loops, stems or song sketches.
This new mobile looper app (iOS, Android) is ideal for on-the-go musicians, enabling them to capture a song idea or take a melody or groove in their head and quickly hear it played back as an instrument, at any time, and anywhere, using a mobile device.
HumBeatz is also a 4-track looper that can be used for sketching out ideas and saving them. Included are two on-board effects: Reverb and Delay. You can save your creations locally, in the cloud or share them.
“HumBeatz is a unique approach to audio creation using MIDI conversion along with melodic and rhythmic functionally,” states Bil Bryant, CEO of AmpTrack. “Another innovative feature is the Teach function,” continues Bryant, ”which allows you to teach the app to accurately assign the rhythmic sounds you’re making to the correct instrument sound, to give you the precise parts and sounds you have in your head.”
HumBeatz mobile looper app is currently available for Android and iOS for US $6.99. For more information and tutorial videos, visit HumBeatz.com. Watch the video intro here or below.
Download it for Android here. Download it for iOS here.
HumBeatz in hum mode; effects screen
About AmpTrack Technologies
AmpTrack Technologies AB is a newly formed music tech company based in Stockholm, Sweden that develops cutting edge music creation software for the web and mobile. The AmpTrack team is comprised of a collection of experienced and creative talents that are focused on making a major impact on the future of digital music making and music tech.