Wurrly is a free app that transforms your smartphone into an on-the-go music studio with a fully customizable recording artist experience. Wurrly enables you to choose a song you love, customize it (by key, tempo and instrumentation), then record and share quickly and easily. Wurrly recognizes that a song should never be one size fits all so we celebrate your unique individuality. Wurrly was made by singers, for singers — but more than that, Wurrly is a tool for self expression and artist discovery, appealing to all fans of music.
Wurrly includes an extensive catalog of Pop, Rock, Country, R&B, Jazz, Musicals, Holiday, Family, Classical, Traditional and Ballads. Users can record and share their songs for free with no limit on time spent or number of songs shared. Songs can be previewed and customized in real time with just a push of a button before stepping into your own virtual recording studio. Some of Wurrly’s other features include acoustic piano & guitar backing tracks (as well as sound-alike full band versions), an array of mix filters to enhance your vocals and a Wurrlygram widget that lets you share your creations via email, sms or on social media (including Facebook and Twitter).
FOUNDER & CEO
Nadine is a Swiss born, German, Kiwi, US transplant, wine collector, mom of two toddlers and holds several patents in the fitness and technology sector. A professional opera singer and songwriter who has performed extensively all over the United States, and the world, Nadine has shared the stage with David Foster, Roger Daltry, Christina Perri, and Steven Tyler to name but a few. In 2013 she founded a label & publishing company (Feel Like A Giant & FLAG Publishing), and through those deals formed partnerships with TAP Management and Interscope Records. The need for a platform such as Wurrly was born out of her personal need as a singer. “Not everyone can afford a pianist to accompany them, and location and economic differences should not be a barrier to entry for self expression.”Nadine also holds a Law and Arts Degree (Majoring in languages and translation) from Auckland University (New Zealand).