A brand-new app from Facebook’s New Product Experimentation group lets you carry out a rap over a studio-recorded beat. Called Bars, the app lets you share videos of your raps with your fans, post to another social networks account, or simply conserve to your phone. Bars released Friday and presently has a waiting list for its beta trial.
The brand-new app, reported earlier by TechCrunch, puts Facebook in competitors with the corner of TikTok committed to rap. It follows the group’sin December (after a beta test revealed in May). The Collab app lets artists interact on recordings, and it likewise drew contrasts to TikTok.
Bars looks for to make it much easier to record and share raps, in part by eliminating the requirement for an expert studio to put down an excellent beat. “Audio production tools can be complicated, expensive and difficult to use,” Bars Community Manager DJ Iyer stated in an article Friday. “With BARS, you can select one of our professionally-created beats, write lyrics and record yourself dropping bars.”
According to the Verge, the app lets you mark yourself as newbie, intermediate or sophisticated. Beginners can utilize an auto-rhyme dictionary, and advanced users can access freestyle mode and work off of 8 arbitrarily chosen words to trigger a rap over 16 bars of beats.
The app likewise intends to provide rap artists a method to carry out and connect with other artists while regional places are closed down due to the fact that of the. However, Android users will be overlooked for the time being, as the app is just offered for iOS.