4 Free Apps Musicians Should Start Using in 2019

2019 promises to be a great year in the music industry and as a musician, this feels like the year to get the best out of the hard work you’re ready to put in. Also, thanks to the advent of the internet, there are a lot of resources available for you to get both your music out there and also revenue, and there are also 4 free and important applications that you should start using in 2019 to help push your career forward.

1. Tully

Tully is an app that allows artists to play beats/instrumentals, write lyrics, and record vocal tracks all within one screen. The app really comes in handy when you want to get a beat down, write and sing to it before hitting the studio to create the full song.

2. ForTunes

If you are tired of sorting through your dashboard on various streaming platforms to get metrics, and probably more just to track metric data on how well your marketing and promotional efforts are performing? Then Tully is the app for you. It lets you access a snapshot of all of your analytics and also helps you find and identify online influencers that are talking about you and playlists that are featuring your music.

3. Feature.fm

Feature.fm is a self-service advertising platform for the music industry. It’s a web app so it only runs in the browser but the mobile experience works just as well as most native apps. It’s one of the best advertising options for independent artists with limited budgets.

4. SendPulse

SendPulse is an amazing service for artists trying to build and communicate with an exclusive list of fans. It allows artists to build a database of fans that opt in to receive communication from them and makes it easy to reach this audience with your messaging not just through email but also through SMS and social media simultaneously.


3 Online Advertising Tips Every Musician Needs

What NotJustOk Is Doing To The Music Industry Is Not Just Okay

8 Android Apps Every Musician Should Have on Their Phone

7 iPhone Apps Every Musician Must Have on Their Phone

Facebook Comments

Leave a Reply