Learn How to Make Music Online
In this how-to article we are going to discuss the topic of "How to Make Music"as it relates to making music using online sources. There are so many sources to use a free online music maker and make some free music online in some really creative ways. Some sites are only on a trial basis and some others actually charge but we will let you know the deal on those as we get to them. For now, we just want to really give you a nice listing of some sources to cure you "How to Make Music" curiosities. So, sit back and get your fingertips warmed up as we get ready to do a lot of clicking through different sites and we will briefly explain something on each of them that highlights what draws people to their site.
Here are the sites in no particular order that will help to answer your questions of "How to Make Music" when it comes to online sites:
Noteflight: This one is a service that is free for you to just to get started and it has the reputation to become easy, educational and addictive to draw you in to the higher level of activity where you can make music but it will cost you $49. At least the cost is a one time thing though and not something that would get you to paying monthly or as you progress through the learning modules.
Soundation: The draw on this one is that it's really one that lets you jump right to creating music online and is made more on the amateur user level. They have a free trial period, but when it runs out you have options on three-tier price levels which are:
Intro ($19 a year)
Power User ($5 a month / $49 a year) and
Premium ($9.99 a month / $99 a year)
Incredibox: What's great with this game is that it's easy for kids and is a way to create music and have a beat box crew to help make things even more fun. Even greater is that it is still totally free and educational as well. Just be careful with allowing your child to unlock too many things on their own because at some levels some of the things unlocked can be slightly sexually suggestive.
uJam: The selling point on this is that there's nothing to buy, and you get to create your own music and sing with it whether you have a great voice or not. If your voice is more on the “pitchy" side, you can just adjust it easily in the program and keep recording.
Isle of Tune: This came is an interesting app for iPad users mostly. What you are doing in this game is pretty much creating some types of musical cities. It's almost like one of those Sim's games with music making capabilities added in somehow. It's interesting, but probably not as fun or user-friendly.
Jam Studio: This one is supposed to be really kid friendly but it's still a bit of a mystery of how computer savvy your child must have prior to using this one. Some of the site is free and the all access costs you $24.95 and it lasts for six months. There are a lot of music schools also using this one to teach students and it has been the number one go to site for creating music online in Google searches for a while now.
Those are all the ones we have to review for you now, but these are all great starts to having some really great fun with your ability to make music online.