Facebook’s internal R&D group Team is launching its next experimental app, called BARS. The app makes possible for rappers to create and share their raps using professionally created beats and music , and is the NPE Team’s second launch in the music space following its recent public debut of music video app Collab.
While Collab focuses on making music with others online, BARS is instead aimed at would-be rappers looking to create and share their own videos. In the app, users will select from any of the hundreds of professionally created beats, then write their own lyrics and record a video as they want. when you are working on lyrics BARS can also automatically suggest rhymes as you’re writing out lyrics, and also offers different audio and visual filters to as well as an autotune feature.
There’s also a one more feature like “Challenge mode” available, where you can freestyle with auto-suggested word cues, which has more of a game-like option to it. The experience is designed to be accommodating to people who just want to have fun with rap, similar to something like Smule’s AutoRap, perhaps, which also offers beats for users’ own recordings.Application like TIKTOK.