Korg's Electribe Wave is the latest version of the company's powerful synth for iPad and iPhone, with a ton of features and an amazing sound. It's also rather fun, as Matt Vanacoro discovered...
Use this innovative synth as a plugin inside your iOS DAW with enhanced support in version 2.
2018 has been a great year for new, expanded and upgraded music-making apps on iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. Here are some of the best, from beat makers to full DAWs.
AudioBus 3.3 now features MIDI Learn, which opens up whole new worlds of creative possibilities for controlling sessions from MIDI hardware. Here's what's new.
Model multiple different types of gear to give your tracks the unique sound of hardware, all without leaving the digital domain. Here's what you need to know about REAMP Audio Gear Modeler.
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.
NI's brand new family of Traktor controllers come with a raft of new features as well as the new Traktor 3 software. And the S2 will even natively connect to iOS devices. Hollin Jones went for a spin.
This new free software for owners of the UNO synth isn't just a way to manage presets - it's a whole plug-in instrument for your DAW and an app for your iPad too.
Carry Reason's powerful Europa synth with you wherever you go - make sounds and sequences then export back to your desktop to use in the full version of Reason. And it's free!
iBassist is much more than a virtual bass for your iPad - it's a fully featured sequencer with advanced MIDI I/O that can make yur basslines follow your songs. Hollin Jones explains...
Micro recording tweaks in the Sample Player, MIDI recording improvements and more can all be found in this free update to Elastic Drums.
All the signs point to Apple transitioning its Mac computers away from Intel and onto its own processors. And the implications for musicians could be huge.
Long gone are the days when the iPad was a mere sketchpad. Now, it really can be the heart of your music-making setup, as Hollin Jones explains.
2017 was a great year for making music on iPads and iPhones, with several major new releases. Here are some of our favourite tools for mobile music-making.
Korg's Gadget sequencer for Mac, PC and iOS is a fun and powerful way to make beats, record guitars and put tracks together. Here are two videos to get your skills up to speed.