With up to 4K resolution, battery power, multiple I/O and even the ability to charge other devices, this standalone portable monitor might just be the answer to mobile musicians' prayers.
Remixlive 4.0’s all-new sample edit feature makes sampling and remixing more intuitive than ever before. Here's what you need to know.
It looked a lot like Apple's GarageBand with similar features, but Samsung's Soundcamp for Android didn't take off... and has now been discontinued. So what are the alternative mobile DAWs available?
This 4-in-1 wearable is a watch, tuner, metronome and decibel meter that aims to provide everything a musician needs right on their wrist. Here's a closer look.
The well-established Ableton Live controller app gets a major rewrite as well as multi-platform support in this latest release. Here's what's new.
Making music on the move has never been easier, whether on a laptop, phone or tablet. Here are 8 ways to make it easier and more fun to create music on the go.
The free app - described by one user as "like Tinder for ravers" - has added a feature to help artists and fans get together and host events at festivals.
Eventide's H9 Control App comes to Android via the Google Play Store - another step forward for Android-using musicians and performers.
Blue's compact mic and software bundle is designed for podcasters and journalists as well as anyone making music. With Mac, PC, iOS and Android compatibility, could it be the only solution you need?
Backing up – some of us are better at remembering than others, but there’s always more to learn about keeping data safe. Here’s a handy guide to backing up your Mac, PC or mobile device.
Great news for iPad users with a big, free update to iMPC Pro. And substantial discounts on iMPC for all platforms as well as expansion packs, and even some free content!
The iRig Pro I/O aims to fulfil all your mobile and studio needs in an ultra-portable package and it comes with a generous software bundle too. Hollin Jones gave it a spin...
Android hasn’t always been the go-to platform for music makers, but things are changing. Here’s a guide to some of the best audio tools available for Android users.
An online audio mastering service? Before you turn away in disgust / delight read on... MasterBox presents the first ever mastering app for Android, and also provides EQ and loudness controls!
Imagine being able to compose MIDI patterns on your Android device and then feed them through a eurorack module to any analog synthesizer of your choice. Stop imagining and check out MIDI-SEQ-8!