Moving on from the basic use of chord progressions, Sara Simms is here to help inspire you on ways to build chord progressions in Pop Music.
Making music on an iPad can be quite a solitary experience... no longer now that Futucraft's innovatively designed Cotracks has hit the app store. Check out their press release and demo video below.
Looking for a new Kontakt instrument? Impact Sounds have released Archtop: Hollowbody Electric Guitar featuring a Jim Hall model of said guitar performed by Josh Workman and comprising 9,000 samples.
Continuing her exploration of using sound for healing, Lynda Arnold delves into the rhythmic side of music: drumming. Combining science and experience this article is a fascinating read.
Have you ever struggled to set up effects like vocoding or side-chain compression or wanted to set up a headphone mix for a singer in Logic Pro X? Peter Schwartz explains how in his new video course.
Have you ever wished you could have one keyboard that worked on your iOS devices and your computer? IK Multimedia reckon they might have just the thing and Hollin Jones is on call to test it out.
In this tutorial, Toby Pitman shows how to create a cool and rather enormous guitar tone that can be achieved in Logic Pro X thanks to a few new additions to the Pedalboard plugin.
Modeled on the classic 1073 console EQ and mic preamp module, the Waves Scheps 73 is turning a lot of heads! Check out what Waves Audio have to say about it and watch the video too.
Arturia's hardware and software synths are well respected amongst professionals and used in studios world-wide. Mo Volans dives into their V-Collection to discover if it is every synth lovers dream.
Uncovering Harmor in FL Studio means needing to get to grips with a very powerful and capable additive/subtractive synth. G. W. Childs walks you through the essentials in this tutorial.
So you want to be a DJ? Here's 5 excellent tips from producer, DJ and Ableton Live trainer, Noah Pred.
Wow. IK are at it again. This time they're pioneering a new motion-tracking technology that lets users control app functions and music effects on their iOS devices with simple hand gestures.
The Korg iMS-20 (think Korg MS-20 and MS-20 mini) was one of the first serious synth iPad apps for musicians and is still going strong. Find out how to unleash the power behind its Patch Panel.
Bluetooth 4.0 wireless technology, fully-programmable MIDI controller, expression pedal ready, built-in iOS link audio interface, unique heavy-duty metal case; for all iPad, iPhone & Mac musicians!
Apogee, once best known for their professional audio hardware, have also made a name for themselves creating excellent devices for iOS musicians. And their new MiC 96k looks to be something special.