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Introducing Acapella, the app that lets you harmonize with yourself

A new app lets users record videos and layer them to create harmonies, resulting in some of the funniest clips on the internet this week.

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Ever listen to yourself sing and think: "I wish there were more of me?"

 A new app called Acapella has your back.

Acapella lets you record, synchronize and share songs, kind of like Instagram but for multiple-part vocal harmonies.

The app was released six weeks ago, but parent company Mixcord says it's already raised $1 million in seed funding, and that it now boasts 7 million active users monthly.  

It's also being embraced by Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Co-founder Daniel Vinh told Buzzfeed News that the app was inspired by users of one of Mixcord's other apps, PicPlayPost, where users were creating homemade a capella mixes on their own.

People are posting some pretty impressive videos. 

Others with less "raw" ability (though no less enthusiasm) are sharing as well.

And of course, there are plenty of jokers.

And Justin Bieber tributes.

And spot-on Titanic impersonations.

And some things you can't unsee. 

And because the holidays are almost here...

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