For a pretty decent price, Midim delivers a good product that you can take anywhere and interface with almost all newer tech.
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.
Audiobus took their groundbreaking audio routing app and paired it with a remote app that lets you control Audiobus (and any loaded apps) via a second iDevice.
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.