Posts with tag ipad-apps

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Review: iGrand Piano

IK Multimedia are back with another music app for iOS: iGrand Piano. No prizes for guessing the focus of this app... but how does it measure up to the real thing? Mike Watkinson investigates.

Review: Glitchbreaks for iOS

Take a tour of Glitchbreaks for iOS with Mike Watkinson. Find out if this nifty app is the ideal way to cut, glitch and loop your beats on your favorite Apple mobile devices.

Review: JamUp Pro for iOS Guitarists

Mike Watkinson lets his hair out & gets ready to shred using JamUp Pro for iOS. Before he does, he's kindly written an excellent review of this guitar amp and effects simulator! Read on.

Music Classroom: Enabling Highly Challenged Learners with iPad

Engaging learners in the special needs music classroom is not always easy. Adam Goldberg, teacher at NYCDOE, shows how iPads enable inclusive learning and enjoyment for all students.

The Special Needs Classroom: Building Community Through Music

'The arts can help students become tenacious, team-oriented problem solvers who are confident and able to think creatively.' Who said this... and how does this relate to Special Needs students?

Review: Loopy for iOS

Loopy by A Tasty Pixel is possibly the solution for all live performers who create backing tracks using loops. So put down your hardware loop pedals and try this out now!

Coldplay Producer, Rik Simpson, on iPads for Music Production

In this exclusive interview with MPVHub, Rik Simpson of Coldplay and Jay Z fame, talks about the Mac and iOS music platforms and his personal favorite music creation apps for iPad.

Review: Camel Audio Alchemy Mobile

Alchemy Mobile for iOS, based on Alchemy for desktop, provides powerful and upgradable features. Rory Dow digs in to Camel Audio's excellent mobile synth.

The Special Needs Music Classroom: GarageBand for iPad's Smart Strings

Join Adam Goldberg in this insiders guide on how using smart strings in GarageBand for iPad helps him to facilitate musical learning in the Special Needs classroom.

Special Needs Classroom: Teaching Improvisation with Logic Pro & iPad

Through improvisation, musicians can gain valuable insights into the ways in which melody, harmony and rhythm can work together. For the Special Needs students, there are even great benefits...

Review: LIVKONTROL for iPad

There are Ableton controller for iOS to suit most needs and budgets. Liine's Lemur app is already an extraordinarily excellent choice. Gary Hiebner checks out a simpler alternative in LIVKONTROL.

Special Needs Music Classroom: Logic Pro + 2 iPad Apps = Serious Fun

Question: What brings about more fun (and learning) in the music classroom than 2 iPads? Answer: 2 iPads plus Logic Pro. Adam Goldberg shares his special needs music lesson experience in this article.

Liine and Livid Announce Hybrid Control

Liine and Livid announce Hybrid Control '" Liine's Griid, now Core MIDI compatible, and Livid's Code join forces to present powerful Hybrid Control for Ableton Live'¦

Special Needs Music Classroom: iPad Apps for All

Learn how Adam Goldberg, Special Needs music educator, uses iPad apps for individualized instruction for students. From iKaossilator to ThumbJam, Bloom to Animoog, Adam explains what works best.

Reverse Engineering a Patch in Animoog for iPad

Different people approach learning synthesis in different ways. In this article, Rishabh Rajan shows how reverse engineering a patch in Animoog for iPad can improve your synth programming skills.