Emulating the character of guitar amp reverb systems, this new plug-in from Eventide goes beyond what is possible in the hardware domain.
The latest update to this powerful iOS app adds a ton of features as well as bringing universal iOS compatibility, Audio Units support and a separate iPhone-only version.
Roland has unveiled a raft of new products and services at CES including instruments, controllers and apps. Here's the pick of the bunch.
Roland's multi-platform, free-to-access music app gets a boost with new features in the 1.1 update. Here's what's new.
Steinberg introduces a brand-new Cubasis, redeveloped from the ground up and adding iPhone compatibility plus more than 20 user-requested features.
Released today, L7 Looper brings the best features from the most powerful hardware loopers to iPhone and iPad in an extensive and easy to use app.
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!
Running on your iOS device as standalone apps or plug-ins, these three processors from Eventide will help you produce music on the move. Hollin Jones tried them out.
The 4XCamera Maker App allows quick and easy production from multiple iOS devices without the expensive equipment. Here's how.
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.
Reason Compact 2.0, an easy-to-use iOS mobile app, gives you a comprehensive music studio in your pocket ready to make music on the go.
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.
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.