While Propellerhead is yet to make a dedicated iOS controller for Reason, this third party model has already been updated with support for the latest systems. Here's the detail.
iPadOS marks Apple's first major step towards making the iPad a viable laptop replacement with features like true multitasking and mouse support. Here's how it can help musicians and producers.
So you want a full-featured drum machine for your iOS device that feels more pro desktop than lite mobile toy? Then EG Pulse should be on your list for new music apps to check out immediately!
The 4XCamera Maker App allows quick and easy production from multiple iOS devices without the expensive equipment. Here's how.
FM Player 2, inspired by the classic DX7 synths, is now available for iPad. The original was downloaded by over 100,000 musicians, and we expect the new version to be even more popular.
Mouse support, USB drives, better multitasking and much more are coming to the iPad with the new iPadOS. Here's how they are going to revolutionise your mobile music life.
With a large mod matrix, 2x10 oscillator engines, 4 sequencers and a whole host of connectivity options, Factory for iPad looks like a monster of a soft synth.
The Foster The People frontman harnessed the power of iZotope's ultra-portable Spire Studio mobile recording system to record and produce new music. See how he did it here.
Steinberg is offering half off Cubasis for iPad and all in-app purchases until April 8th 2019. So why not grab it now, and start making music with the most advanced mobile DAW around?
Beatformer comes to newer iPads with a brand new app from Accusonus. Shape, mash and mangle your beats on the move.
Feature parity across Mac and iOS devices makes sense for developers, but at what cost for the people who rely on pro software to make music?
Camelot aims to be the glue that ties together every piece of hardware and every plugin you could possibly own. Sound too good to be true? Matt Vanacoro finds out...
Apple's latest iPad Pro models are the most powerful it's ever made, and have a new design. Should musicians and producers take the plunge, or look elsewhere?
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.