SongBooth, the social music video making mobile app, today announced with the help of hip-hop sensation Tinie Tempah, TV’s Sway and Disturbing London President Dumi Oburota, that it is now available on the App Store in the United Kingdom. A handheld recording studio for every musician in the world, SongBooth is poised to change both the quality and simplicity of amateur music recording.
SongBooth is a mobile-based video recording studio where users can film their own music video using provided instrumentals, purchasing additional instrumentals from known labels and producers via In-App Purchase, or by singing the songs that are already in their iTunes music library. In addition, users can add effects, filters, tracks and other personalization elements to enhance their creations before uploading them to SongBooth Mobile, SongBooth.com, or Facebook.
“There are millions of amateur, low-quality homemade music videos out there on the internet, so I set out to enhance that recording experience,” says SongBooth creator, Gregory Lowe. “SongBooth combines song-making tools and resources with a user-friendly interface, and most importantly provides a community for artists to share and showcase their work with the added opportunity of being discovered.”
SongBooth is available for free from the App Store on iPad, iPhone or iPod touch, or at www.AppStore.com/songbooth.