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.
BandLab is a cloud platform where musicians and fans create music, collaborate and engage with each other across the globe... or across the room. It can be run via iOS, Android and your web browser.
It's not hot news anymore when we realize that Apple's iPad is now powerful enough to run a dedicated DAW. So, which DAW iOS app is the best around? Here are our top four choices...
There are a number of recording solutions already available for iPad musicians. How many include 2 mic preamps, 2 line-ins, USB MIDI port all at 24-bit and 96kHz? Focusrite's iTrack Dock does.
Making music on an iPad can be quite a solitary experience... no longer now that Futucraft's innovatively designed Cotracks has hit the app store. Check out their press release and demo video below.
How does sound affect us? Can sound be used as a healing tool? Lynda Arnold sits down with sound healing pioneer, Jonathan Goldman, to discuss this and more (including his new Chakra Tuner iPad app).
If you wish to route audio and MIDI internally on a Mac, there are a number of useful options. On the iPad/iPhone platform, however, it becomes more tricky... that is until Audiobus arrived!!
Before GarageBand for iOS was introduced, a DAW on a tablet seemed far-fetched. GB for iOS (and Auria) changed all that, though there's still room for more. So, how does Cubasis for iPad fare?
Nick Douwma (aka. Sub Focus), has been at the cutting edge of EDM production since 2003. In this interview he reveals his iPad performance workflows, production techniques and live performance secrets
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.
As convenient and cool as an iPad is'¦ it lacks a pro level DAW that'll replace your need for a laptop. And then along came Auria HD! Is this the first "real" DAW for iPad?
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.
Find out why Logic Pro and iPads are on the list of gear that Special Needs Music teacher, Adam Goldberg, relies upon. If you're setting up a studio or music classroom this is an essential read!
There's no doubt that GarageBand for iPad is a great app (see various articles) but are there any alternatives that are worth your hard-earned iTunes vouchers?