We don't have too much information on this one at the moment, but it seems that Propellerhead will soon be launching a brand new iOS app, which is based on the Reason synth engine! Although it isn't as powerful or as feature-packed as the Reason DAW, it is an excellent tool for making music on-the-go when creativity strikes!
Tag Archives: ipod touch
Posted on March 22, 2012 by Joe Stachowiak
Posted on March 6, 2012 by Joe Stachowiak
Well, we've almost reached the end of our iOS series of articles, but before we go, I thought I would finish off by rounding up a collection of my favourite miscellaneous products and apps!
Posted on March 5, 2012 by Joe Stachowiak
Now, it's fair to say that iOS drum products aren't exactly in abundance! In fact, if it wasn't for the recent NAMM 2012 show, we wouldn't have an iOS drum category at all! However, we've managed to scrape together a couple of relevant products for a very brief article that should hopefully appeal to those with a passion for percussion and an eye for an iOS device!
Posted on March 2, 2012 by Joe Stachowiak
iOS Live Sound
It has only been very recently that iOS devices have become linked with the world of live recording, but after the recent NAMM 2012 show, a selection of live mixing desks that make use of iOS products have started to make their way onto the market…
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Posted on February 29, 2012 by Joe Stachowiak
iOS Production and Recording
Although the iPad is a fantastic portable device for working on and editing projects on-the-go, the main problem with it is that on its own, it doesn’t feature any way of capturing professional-quality sounds. This is where iOS recording products come in!
As well as products that have been made for the studio with the soul purpose of getting high-quality audio into the iPad, there are also a handful of products and apps out there that help integrate your iPad into your existing computer-based set-up and help you to control production-based applications in more hands-on ways.
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Posted on February 28, 2012 by Joe Stachowiak
With the quality of synth apps improving all the time, the hardware has had to keep up! After all, what’s the point of having an awesome sounding synth app if you can’t use it in your professional productions?!
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Posted on February 27, 2012 by Joe Stachowiak
iOS guitar apps and products have exploded onto the scene within the last couple of years. From apps that simply act as metronomes and tuners, to apps that help you to learn your instrument, to apps that model whole amp and effects rigs and a lot more in-between, the product market has had to move fast to keep up with these recent software advances...
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Posted on February 24, 2012 by Joe Stachowiak
Now, this is hardly a surprising move, considering that nowadays every man, woman, child, cat, dog and weasel seem to own an iOS device, but do they actually have a place in the music industry or is this just a temporarily gimmicky phase that manufacturers are cashing in on?