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Sixteen Bars - Mobile Studio

Price: $3.99

Rating: 3.11/5 (132 votes)

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SixTeen Bars - Mobile Studio allows you to spit sixteen bars over tracks using your hands free set. Tracks can be instrumentals of your favorite song or beats you created in mp3, or wav format.

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