Apple's 2018 iPad Pro lineup is the biggest thing to happen to the iPad, well... ever. As fast as MacBook Pros, with USB C, Face ID and bigger screens, could they be the perfect musician's companion?
Apple continues to improve the excellent GarageBand for iPhone and iPad with useful new features such as face control for Smart Guitar and key command support.
This powerful multitimbral synth for iPhone and iPad gets a slew of fixes, upgrades and a major new feature - Macros - to help you get better control over your synth performances.
Apple has finally made it possible for iOS app developers to offer free, time limited trials. But this could affect users and developers differently. Here's why.
Making music with iOS is really convenient, but sometimes you do need extra tools to get the best results. Here are 5 useful accessories available for under $100.
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.
When Korg recreates one of its own classic synths in iOS format, the results are always worth paying attention to. So how did G.W Childs get on with iMono/Poly for iOS?
Portable DAWs have got really powerful over the years, and Beatmaker was one of the first on the scene. Now at version 3, G.W Childs finds out if this really could replace his desktop system.
Building up and controlling music or SFX cues for your live shows can be tricky without the right tools. Jay Asher road tested the specialised but still user-friendly Go Button 3.
Macros and shortcuts are one of the best ways to speed up your DAW workflow. Metagrid for iOS aims to bring control of all your DAWs together in one handy location.
Cubase on your Mac or PC may be the heart of your studio but Steinberg has developed a number of cool apps running on iOS to help you work more creatively and flexibly. Here's how it happens.
Korg just made the ARP Odyssey even more accessible than before. Its popular analog synthesizer is now available for iOS devices as a faithfully modelled app.
Imagine being able to start a music track on your iPad or iPhone and then export it directly as an Ableton Live Set, then open it in Live and re-arrange, mix, master, etc. and finish it off.