Wouldn't it be useful to have an easy to use, efficient, powerful and forward-thinking audio editor for iPad? Your search could end here with the release of Auditor by Living Memory Software.
Get the sound of Eventide hardware effects on your iPhone or iPad with this newly released standalone, Audio Unit and IAA-compatible app.
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.
Get the classic Leslie sound on your iOS device as a standalone of plug-in application for just $7.99. Here's the details.
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.
Designed for all screen types, from mobile devices to notebooks and desktops, Roland's new Zenbeats works across all major platforms and devices. Here's the details.
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!
DigiStix Drummer runs as an AUv3 plugin within the DAW of your choice on iPad and comes complete with serious beat making features.
Apple Digital Masters brings enhanced audio fidelity to its streaming services - and you don't have to do anything to get it. Here's why.
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.
This affordable app for iPhone and iPad unlocks the power of ROLI's Blocks hardware without the need for a computer. Here's what it can do.
An innovative new app for iOS and Android is seeking to help you simplify and perfect the soundcheck process. Here's how it works.
Use all your favourite Fabfilter plug-ins on your iPad in hosts such as Cubasis, Auria and n-Track Studio. Here's the details.
Propellerhead has updated its Reason for iOS app with new synths and content, and it's still free to download. Hollin Jones put it to the test.
Launching today on Kickstarter, the illuminated keyboard and content-rich app are music tech pioneer ROLIâ€™s first product for a broader audience. Here's what you need to know about them.