Turn Speech to Music with Smule's Songify
Article by George Norman
On 18 Oct 2012
With Songify, a free app offered by Smule, you can automagically turn speech into song. Just speak into your iPhone or Android device and the app will do the rest.

Yesterday we presented an app that puts your music knowledge to the test, the fast-paced crazy multiplayer quiz game from XVision, What's That Tune? Today we present another musical app, one that takes your words and turns them into a song – Smule’s Songify app.

Using the app is a very straightforward process. Tap on your device’s screen and it will start recording whatever you have to say. You are free to say anything you want, whatever goes through your head. Tap the screen again when you’re done talking and the app will automagically turn your spoken words into a song.

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Speaking about songs, there are many to buy in the Song Store. The app uses these songs as the basis for transforming your spoken words into music, music that you can save or share with others.

Android users can get Songify for free from the Play Store here.
iOS users can get Songify for free from the App Store here.


Songify is very similar to another Smule-developed app that we’ve covered here in the past: AutoRap. This app takes whatever you speak into your device and turns it into a rap song. It’s similar to the Songify app, just that it puts the emphasis on rap and hip hop – it also looks a bit better than Songify does. Both apps are available for download for free – you could get them, compare them, then choose which one you want to keep.

Get AutoRap for free from the Play Store here.
Get AutoRap for free from the App Store here.

Smule has various music-oriented apps to offer. You can find out more on Smule.com.




Tags: Smule, AutoRap, Songify, Android, iOS, Google, Apple, App Store, Play Store
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