Big changes and improvements in Audiobus 3.4 will be music to the ears of anyone making music on iOS and needing to send signal between apps. Here's what's new.
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.
Imaginando's latest vintage delay plug-in for desktop and iOS is seriously affordable and brings a touch of retro to your productions. Hollin Jones put it to the test...
Shakmat Modular will show off its new gear at Superboth 2019 including Eurorack Modules, a quadrophonic mixer, modulator / sequencer and a sequencing app for iPad. Here's the details.
The first really serious MIDI and DAW control app for Apple Watch is here, and it's going to revolutionise your workflow. Hollin Jones explains why.
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.
A rugged, well-featured and affordable audio interface that can also be powered from a new iPad Pro? Matt Vanacoro wonders if Fluid Audio's SRI-2 is too good to be true.
Synclavier Digital delves into its iconic past to bring the classic Synclavier II sound engine back to the future as iOS apps. Here's what you need to know.
This hardware console packs an incredible amount of features into a small footprint, and now comes with updated iPad and iPhone control for ultimate flexibility.
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?
AudioKit Synth One is the worldâ€™s first completely free, open-source full-featured professional iOS synthesizer app. And now it's come to the iPhone so you can carry it wherever you go.
With up to 4K resolution, battery power, multiple I/O and even the ability to charge other devices, this standalone portable monitor might just be the answer to mobile musicians' prayers.