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Facebook launches TikTok-like BARS app for creating and sharing raps

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Facebook launches TikTok-like BARS app for creating and sharing raps

Facebook’s R&D, NPE team, has launched its next app called BARS. The is similar to TikTok in nature. The apps make it possible for rappers to create and share their raps using professionally created beats.

The BARS app provide tools to rappers to create music and they do not require any specail skills to record rap video.

Talking about the BARS app, DJ Iyer aka D-Lucks, BARS community manager said, “Rap has a rich and varied history that has influenced culture for over 40 years.

I’m inspired by the art form and the culture, and while I work at Facebook. I’m also a hip-hop songwriter and ghostwriter under the alias “D-Lucks.”. I know access to high-priced recording studios and production equipment can be limited for aspiring rappers.

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On top of that, the global pandemic shut down live performances where we often create and share our work. So, along with a group of aspiring rappers, we’ve been building BARS: a place for aspiring rappers to create and share their art.”

Facebook in its blog said that BARS will make it easier for budding rappers to produce rap music without spending a lot of money on the equipment and production.

It is a known fact that audio production tools are quite expensive. And creating music can be quite tedious but BARS already has pre-loaded beats.

“With BARS, you can select one of our professionally-created beats, write lyrics and record yourself dropping bars. BARS auto-suggests rhymes as you’re writing to keep your flow going. You can also jump into Challenge mode and freestyle with auto-suggested word cues. Choose from a variety of audio and visual filters to take your creations to the next level. No formal rap experience required — you can create something great whether you’ve just thought of a dope couplet or have been freestyling for years,” Facebook said in the blog.

Currently, the BARS beta is live on the iOS App Store in the U.S., and is opening its waitlist. Facebook says it will open access to BARS invites in batches, starting in the U.S. Updates and news about invites, meanwhile, will be announced on Instagram.

Source: IndiaToday

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