SOURCE: Medly Labs

Medly Labs

March 27, 2015 10:01 ET

Medly Labs Develops New iPad App to Simplify Song Creation

Medly Gives Users the Power to Create Hit Songs With No Musical Knowledge Required

WATERLOO, ON--(Marketwired - Mar 27, 2015) -  Medly Labs, developer of music applications that give anyone the power to be a musician, today announces the launch of its free iPad app, Medly. Created with a simple and dynamic interface for users with all levels of musical knowledge, Medly allows people to create full songs through simple drawing and tapping gestures that add the sounds of different instruments.

Medly offers a diverse set of instrument packs for purchase, such as electronic, rock and classical. With 78 instruments to choose from, users are able to create an unlimited number of original songs and beats that appeal to their personal style. The app also includes features that ensure a user's song always hits the right notes, without requiring them to make complicated decisions that take away from the app's overall experience. 

"We created Medly to make developing professional quality songs something anyone with a passion to create can do. Medly completely eliminates the need for prior knowledge of music," said Basil Al-Dajane, co-founder of Medly Labs. "This app gives everyone the ability to foster their creativity through music, share the power of a song and create the next big hit."

While using the app, Medly gives song makers the ability to organize their songs into customizable albums making it easier to share and manage all of their work. The app also offers some advanced features for seasoned users looking for more in-depth control while creating a song, such as an advanced mode that enables all possible notes. Once a song is finished users can also choose to share a video of their work on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter.

"From the average radio listener to a longtime member of a band, Medly is truly for anyone who has a passion to create music. This is the reason why we are so excited to launch the app and see the awesome songs people are able to create," continued Al-Dajane.

Medly is now available for free download in the App Store,

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