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.
This modular sequencer for iOS takes a unique approach to programming and music-making, plus it's very affordable. So what does it bring to the table?
Cubasis is both fun and powerful to use - one of the most powerful mobile DAWs around in fact. Hollin Jones shows you around in this quick introductory video.
It's not hot news anymore when we realize that Apple's iPad is now powerful enough to run a dedicated DAW. So, which DAW iOS app is the best around? Here are our top four choices...
Sugar Bytes Cyclop is now available for the iPad and unleashes monstrous bass sounds to the mobile world.
UVI's BeatHawk iPad music production studio app has great bundled sounds, sample recording & editing, audio stretching, song sequencing tools and excellent connectivity options. Read the full review.
Calling all iPad musicians! We've teamed up with the good folks at Focusrite to offer you the chance to win an iTrack Dock Studio Pack (MSRP $399.99 USD). Simply answer the question below...
Positive Grid have something enticing for iPad guitarists and producers. Their app bundle includes JamUp multi-effects, BIAS amp designer, and Final Touch audio post production at a special price.
Korg's new high quality mobile sound module ideal for performance and music production, Module, is now out for iPad. It contains a sound library of over 1GB and will be available end of November 2015.
The iPad is fast becoming a fully featured platform for audio production. We give you the lowdown on how it could even become your main studio tool…
Imagine the otherworldly atmospheres that Iceland (the country) evokes in you. Now cross that with Came Audio's Alchemy for desktop and mobile and you'll find this new sound library of interest.
Want to store settings from an iOS music app within Audiobus, so you don't need to reconfigure the music making app? Audiobus 2 looks set to have this feature. Here's a video of how it works.
If you're looking for a way to color up your beats or rhythmic grooves by sequencing effects on iPad... well, Sugar Bytes have the answer: the newly released Effectrix for iPad. Here's the details.
The original Apogee JAM was a huge hit amongst the guitar wielding iOS music community. If anyone was going to improve a winning formula, it had to be Apogee... and here's what they've made: JAM 96k.
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.