The Musician's App
Learn, practice, and perform with your own guitar backing tracks.
Take over the guitars and jam with the artists you love. Remix instruments and vocals, change the song’s key, and learn chords by playing at your pace.
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Best Personal Growth App of 2021 by Google Play
Moises, the Musician’s App, was recognized in several countries as the Best App of 2021 for Personal Growth by Google Play. This category carries a powerful meaning as it embodies our core mission to “Empower Creative Potential”.
"I’m using Moises now as part of my workflow for what I do, and I think it’s going to be a great tool for all of you — whether you are practicing, learning, or performing."
"Long gone all the days of searching high and low on the internet to find a decent backing track because you can literally do it yourself with Moises."
"Moises brought practicality to my studies in an easy and intuitive way. Excellent app for musicians."
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The guitar riff is a short sequence of chords or notes that appears repeatedly sections of a song to give it structure and personality. Guitar riffs can be the predominant characteristic of songs in various styles, like rock music. Using the Moises App you can remove the original guitars from any song and practice playing over them, practicing your favorite riffs.
Guitar solos are a guitarist’s highlight moment, and they require a lot of practice and study. You can start by practicing guitar scales repeatedly. Using the Moises App, you can isolate the guitar and and decrease the BPM to better understand what is being played during the solo. Helping you to better understand what is being played.
To learn your favorite solos, you need to listen to them repeatedly with as much attention as possible. It is important to pay close attention to the details, such as the playing techniques used and the timbre chosen. With the Moises App, you can decrease the BPM during the solo to better understand what is being played. In addition, you can trim a certain section of the song and play it on a loop for better learning.