Microsoft Research says “everyone has a song inside”, and their Songsmith program helps you create it. Songsmith will create backing music for a singer’s voice – just choose a style and a tempo. You can also play an instrument instead of singing. You’ll need a PC running Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7, and a microphone. After your song is created, you can change the style, the instruments, even re-record the vocals. You can share your completed song with other Songsmith users, or you can export it to WMA or WAV files to share with others. You can download a trial version that works for six hours of actual use (not six hours of time from download completion). Songsmith is $29.95 in the US. People in the UK or EU can purchase it from the United Kingdom Microsoft store for £25.
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