So Clif Johnston brings us another book, iPad Music School: A Hands-On Introduction to Making Music on iOS has now arrived. Here’s what to expect:
“Whether you’re 8 years old or 80 years old, there’s never a bad time to start making music. You live in exciting times, with technology that allows you to carry around a virtual studio in your pocket or purse. It’s never been easier or more fun to learn how to create your own songs and share them with your friends, or the whole world.
This book is for anyone wanting to learn how to make music with apps on your iPad. If you’ve never played a note in your life, I’ll show you how to make your first song in minutes. If you’re an experienced musician looking for a quick start on music app basics, you’ll also find useful information in this book.
iPad Music School starts by showing you how to make and share your first song using a single app. From there you’ll learn about copy and pasting audio between apps, recording your own sounds, and managing your files. You’ll discover how easy it is to connect apps together using Inter-App Audio and Audiobus. You’ll also learn how to sync two apps together and send notes between them using virtual MIDI.
By the time you finish this book, you’ll have a solid foundation in all of the concepts you need to move on to making your own great music with iPad apps.”
In the UK the book costs £2.56.