Google Play has a new app called “Passionated,” which allows you to capture a variety of sounds and moods, from the soft sounds of a cat in your living room to the intense sounds of your favorite pop star on stage.
It’s available on both Android and Apple devices.
“It’s like listening to your favorite music,” says Justin Boudreau, a music producer and owner of a home theater company.
“You can really focus on just capturing the best of your surroundings and just using the app to make your music.”
Boudette’s “Prelude to Theophany,” which features a piano solo from a woman in a red dress, will also be available on the app.
The app is free for Android devices, and Boudiere says it will be available for $0.99 a month for the next two years.
He says it’s “the best app I’ve ever seen” and that you will “love it.”
For now, Boudère says, he’s still using the old “Spotify” music player he has on his computer to listen to his favorite music.
“Spotified, it’s kind of like a glorified iPod.
I used to play ‘Star Wars’ on Spotify and stuff,” he says.”
I think that the app is actually pretty amazing and the developers did a really great job of taking the music from Spotify and making it really immersive.”
The app works with any of Google’s music streaming services, including Spotify and Pandora, and it’s available for free on the Play Store.
You can also capture music and audio in your home, but Boudée says the app will be updated to include more sounds in the future.
“They’re going to add in more sounds, like the bass and the guitar, and the vocals, and all those different elements that make up the music,” he said.
“And you can also take it to the stage and take it with you when you go out.”
Boudreau is excited about the new app because it lets him keep tabs on his own recordings, which he calls “prelude” to the music he loves.
“If you have a certain song you’re really passionate about, you can sort of take the ambient sounds and then you can just go back and add some more sounds to it,” he explained.
“It’s pretty amazing, it really does sound great.”
Boulé says it may not be as immersive as a Spotify-like experience, but it will “absolutely” make you feel like you’re at a live performance.
“Pleased to say, this is a live recording,” he wrote in a YouTube video.
“I can tell by the sound that it’s actually been recorded in a room.”
Bousé also pointed out that the Google app can be downloaded on your iPhone, iPad or Android device and you can view your recordings on your desktop or Mac.