To anyone who asks why they wouldn’t just record their idea using their voice memo app, Trackd user Rachel Hearnden replies, “But can you record eight tracks on your voice memo?”
This week Rachel Hearnden joins me for a conversation to talk about the collaboration app Trackd, of which she is a user and avid fan. A drummer at heart, Rachel is also a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter. It may sound corny, Rachel says, but Trackd has changed her life.
We talk about the many reasons she loves Trackd, how she uses the app, why she thinks other musicians should try it and much more. Our conversation is related to an article I recently wrote for Forbes.com, covering the online music collaboration space. Here’s a link to that article:
These Three Collaboration Apps Are Changing The Way Music Is Created
Mentioned in this Episode
“It sounds really corny, but it has changed my life just last couple of months, because I’ve always been quite a shy person. I’m not really one for kind of saying, ‘Look what I’ve learned, look what I’ve played or, or sharing my music,’ whereas now I’m quite proud to say, ‘Oh, this is what I’ve been doing.'”
–Rachel Hearnden, Musician and Tracked user
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