Bluetooth simply introduces too much latency into the workflow to make wireless headphones effective.
It functions where others (I’m looking at you, WIST – it says something that Korg apps prominently display in the Ableton Link-supported section) have failed.
Just pick your pads, sound samples, and tap away – you’re ready to go.
Well, kind of.
Apple sprung a fairly significant update to GarageBand on users Wednesday, and the included changes should appeal to both home recording enthusiasts and more dance-music-oriented fans.
A good start, but a little farther to go.
ScoreCloud puts sheet music editing on your mobile device, using voice or playing commands.
Reviewing FLUX:FX, since the app came out after the publication of iPad and iPhone For Musicians For Dummies.
It’s almost like a new brain, and I get to fascinate/annoy my fellow musicians at the same time with all the new noise. Everybody wins!
Yes, I just turned in the first draft of my new book (along with author and all-around electronic music guru Mike Levine) iPhone and iPad For Musicians For Dummies to the good folks at Wiley Publishing.
Sure, other apps like Stitcher Radio provide the functionality that Apple’s Podcast app does (pulling together different progranms into a single feed), but I bit on the Podcast app because I already had my podcast subscriptions set up inside iTunes. The subscriptions themselves synced fine, but I decided to unsubscribe in iTunes and just stream the episodes. Two drawbacks: Had… Read more →