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!
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.
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.
Beatformer comes to newer iPads with a brand new app from Accusonus. Shape, mash and mangle your beats on the move.
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.
There are a few live audio loopers available for iPad already. But, Quantiloop promises to bring the best of hardware loopers to Apple's tablet with some nifty features and settings.
Steinberg tell us their next-generation Cubasis app adds exciting new features and enhancements to acclaimed music production studio for iPad. Among them are pitch-shifting & channel strip effects.
iOS musicians stand up. So you want to get audio from one iOS app to another? Audiobus is the app you should have already installed. Here's a quick getting started guide for setting up Audiobus.
Developer James from The Musicology Group recently contacted us to let us know about his new app that brings vintage guitar sounds and effects to an iOS device near you.
Whether these 6 new features in GarageBand 2.1 for iOS blow your mind or not there's no denying that Apple are raising the bar for music making apps on the iOS platform. We predict good times ahead.
Imagine having multiple playheads that can play back different MIDI patterns in different directions, tempos and pitch settings... on an iPad. Fugue Machine does that and more in a really novel way.
If you think music making is solely the domain of two-legged humans, think again. Rats are laying down esoteric and experimental electronic beats, rhythms, and melodies too. Take a listen.
A fully fledged DAW on your iPad with advanced MIDI sequencing, editing, audio warping, pro workflows, and high-quality instruments and effects? You'd better believe it. Auria Pro is here.
ModSstep, the iPad MIDI Sequencer, promises so much and is why some users were unhappy about some teething issues and no manual. Good news is the first update has been submitted to Apple already.
If you're looking for a capable iPad phrase looper that is Audiobus compatible and can be controlled via a MIDI controller, then Ostinator should be on your app shopping list. Watch the video demo!