For Nikhil, a native of Chengattumuri in Thrissur, the way his life has changed still gives goosebumps. He was just a bathroom singer until he entered Smule, the social-music mobile app meant to connect music lovers across the globe. He heard about the application from one of his friends in Qatar, became a part of it out of curiosity and within a short span of time, became a celebrity Smule singer. Like Nikhil, a lot of young Malayali musicians are using this platform to showcase their singing chops. For some, it is a serious affair while for a few it is a hobby. Whatever be it, Smule is the new rage among them and more people are joining every day, realising its potential.
Blige, Tom Bleasby… Wait, Tom who? Bleasby is the fan whose video duet with Jessie J went viral last month, notching up nearly 3. Tom and Jessie never actually met, though. The app allows musicians to record videos singing one half of a duet, leaving space for fans to record their own contributions then share the results online. Smule may not win the same media attention as Spotify, Apple Music or Tidal, but it is one of the quiet success stories of the digital music world.
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"Computers have transformed music" - Metronomy and the state of music tech
Gone are the days when budget posed a big problem in fulfilling the dreams of an individual. Often many talented singers failed to grab the eye balls due to this particular challenge. But welcome to 21 st century, if you have a passion for singing but short of funds to buy instruments and other supporting equipment, Karaoke singing apps are here for your rescue. Karaoke is a form of singing to pre-recorded music where a singer can record the vocals in sync with music, to form a fully packaged song. In maximum of cases the lyrics is displayed on the screen to help the singer maintain a constant flow with the song. With time, the demand and popularity of Karaoke went up and many mobile companies pounced on it to leverage this demand.
Smule is a music app initially released under the name Sing! Karaoke on iOS platforms in  and subsequently on Android in Smule has been described as "the biggest music app you haven't heard of" by CNET in TechCrunch explained: . An update of the app added new filters such as one that makes the user sound like they are singing in the shower. Users can sing duets with other Smule users anywhere in the world in real-time. Users choose a song and either sing along to it as a solo , duet , or group performance. Performances are uploaded to Smule's database, at which point anyone can listen to them. Users can enable video recording mode if they want to record both video and audio.