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.
is the new iPad Pro 2018 Apple announced yesterday really able to replace a modern laptop? How will musicians and producers and DJs cope without a headphone connection on this premium machine?
Generate endless variations on beats, melodies and patterns for software and hardware using this innovative MIDI tool for Mac, PC and iOS.
Propellerheads' latest foray into the world of iOS brings the power of the Europa synth to your pocket. But what else can you expect from Reason Compact? Hollin Jones explains all.
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!
RHA's most ambitious release to date looks set to bring high quality wireless earbuds to their lineup, with a selection of accessories and configuration options.
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.
Record and monitor two lavalier mics at once with your iOS device thanks to the new SC6-L Mobile system from RØDE, which looks ideal for all kinds of mobile recording tasks.
IK's latest hardware unit is an iOS and desktop-compatible stompbox solution - but it's also much more than that, as Matt Vanacoro found out.
The developer has brought its delay / mod plugin to iPhone and iPad for free and as well as a standalone app it also runs in AU format inside your mobile DAW.
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.
An all-in-one subscription to Apple's software and hardware ecosystem is an interesting idea. Is this something that could help keep your gear current while keeping costs manageable?