Who Needs Garageband? Myna Puts A Basic Audio Editor In The Cloud

Sep 16th, 2009 | By | Category: Audio Podcasting, Podcasting, Podcasting Software

Online creative tools site Aviary has introduced Myna – free browser based music software that’s sort of like Garageband for the web.

Here are the highlights of Myna’s features:

  • Powerful Clip Editing – Trim, Loop, Stretch and Reverse your audio clips, width editable loop points, and interactive time stretch capabilities.
  • Automation – Easily add fade-ins, fade-outs, pan from left to right, and modify gain over time, with editable control points.
  • Effects – Add non-destructive effects to your audio clips including Pitch Change, Reverb, Delay, Parametric EQ, and more.
  • Import / Export – Import your own audio files, or search one of our provided libraries. Mix it down and export directly to your desktop or publish back to your account.
  • Share and learn – Collaborate with other users. Follow step-by-step tutorials to learn new skills.

Myna’s not as sophisticated as even a low-end digital audio application like Garageband.

However, it’s free and puts your work “in the cloud”, which could be a great combination for some users, like podcasters. If they added an iPhone client, it could put the service over the top.

Check it out and let me know what you think of Myna!

5 Responses to “Who Needs Garageband? Myna Puts A Basic Audio Editor In The Cloud”

  1. msbpodcast says:

    I have just tried it out and it works! Lots of looops and samples to play with. Kewl!

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  3. faborio says:

    Really nice app. I prefer to use Garageband, but for Windows users, Myna is very cool alternative.

  4. John says:

    I want to edit music, I have lot of all CD and I want to convert all these CDs to MP3.

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