TF7 Synth – Weird and Wonderful Presets Pack and New Features

Music App Blog: Why choose iOS for music making? – iOS Music Making: A Beginner’s Guide

Music technology in context I’m writing this in early November 2013. If you are a young musician just taking your first steps in your journey of learning, making, performing and recording music, it’s quite probably that, outside of pictures, you may never have seen a cassette deck or a reel-to-reel multi-track recorder or a hardware […]

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A little thought about TouchOSC

I’ve been a TouchOSC user for a very long time indeed and I was just thinking that wouldn’t it be great if there was a device based editor for it in the same way as there is for a number of competitor apps.

Does that make sense? What do you think?

iLoud Portable Speaker – Loud and Clear. Studio Monitor Sound – Everywhere You Go

CME Xkey Portable Keyboard Controller Demo – Sweetwater iOS Update Vol. 59

Back in 2007: Phase for iPod, a music game

This was sort of a big thing as there were no native mobile music making apps for the iPhone at this point so getting something even vaguely like mobile music on an iPod (classic not touch) was a positive thing. Here’s the original post from 2007.

QuNexus with Korg Monotribe and Volca Keys Demo

Music App Blog: Apptronica launch – netlabel and digital magazine dedicated to iOS made music

If you are an iOS-based musician, then you will be interested to hear that Clif Johnston – founder of the iOS Music Community website – has today announced the rebranding of this popular social network as Apptronica. This expands on the services offered to include a new record label featuring the world’s top mobile music […]

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