Music production is more accessible than ever. So access it! All you need is a laptop, an internet connection and your creativity to make fire tracks. How you say?
Well, lots of web-savvy developers are making online music tools that improve all parts of your music production workflow—from composing, to sequencing and sampling. And mastering of course!
So we dug through the web to find all the funnest and most useful tools for you. Get your bookmark bar ready. Here’s the best free browser-based music tools you’ll love:
Online Audio Editors
Beautiful Audio Editor
An Experimental Audio Editor. Works Online or Offline.
In terms of functionality, Beautiful Audio Editor belies its status. It lets you import over a dozen audio file types and allows you to save your files to Google Drive. This software works straight within Chrome or Firefox, and can handle nearly an hour of audio time.
An Audio Editor For Humans
While Beautiful Audio Editor is a comprehensive piece of software, sometimes all you need is a simple edit to a cut out a part of the song. Sodaphonic keeps things quick and easy to use. After importing an MP3 or OGG file, you can immediately trim, cut, paste, and delete parts of your audio. You can also apply a fade-in or fade-out, silence parts of your track, or reverse an audio file. It supports opening files from your Dropbox account and recording audio directly.
Specifically Designed To Edit Audio Sample
Unlike the other tools on this list, Hya-Wave is specifically designed to edit audio samples. The interface is minimalist and intuitive, with your standard cut, trim, and paste functions and a set of straightforward keyboard shortcuts. You can import audio files either by adding them locally or recording them from your browser.
Hya-Wave’s strength lies with the ease of applying, removing, and customizing audio filters. It boasts 18 filters, including feedback delay, normalization, and an array of audio pass filters.
A Browser-Based Audio Editor
TwistedWave Online is probably the most widely known software on this list. It’s the online version of a fairly popular paid Mac and iOS audio editing tool. Even though it’s free, the online version doesn’t skimp on the features found in the desktop edition. This includes a host of VST effects, as well as its core effects, which include amplify, normalize, pitch, speed, and sampling rate conversion.
Online Music Makers
Make Music While You Write
Type anything into Typatone and it will turn every letter into a beautiful sound. Switch the instrument to find what you like best. There’s tons of options. Open several tabs and create a polyphonic melody. Or even transform any text into ambient music by copy-pasting it into Typatone. Try it now.
Make Tunes in Your Browser and Share Them With Friends
Online Sequencer is a free sequencer right inside your browser. Choose from 13 instruments and place them on your sequencer to make a melody. If inspiration strikes, it’s a great way to sketch out a song. Online Sequencer lets you export your creation as a MIDI file. Then import that MIDI file into your DAW to develop your song idea.
An Online Tool for Sketching and Sharing Instrumental Melodies
Make sure that your volume is turned up, then press the play button! All song data is contained in the URL at the top of your browser. When you make changes to the song, the URL is updated to reflect your changes. When you are satisfied with your song, just copy and paste the URL to save and share your song!
Your Free Online Tuners for All Instruments
Discover our free, user-friendly, online tuners. You’ll find a guitar tuner, bass guitar tuner, violon tuner, & ukulele tuner, all on one page! We also have an online piano you can use to tune all sorts of instruments as well as practice your singing. All of these tools are tuned to 440Hz, the most commonly used frequency.
Online DJ Mixers
Online Virtual Instruments