I’ll take one DAW, to go? Cubasis isn’t the first traditional-style DAW to appear on the iPad See more here: Cubasis: Cubase Goes Mobile on the iPad; Steinberg Answers Our Workflow Questions [Gallery]
Synthesizers can sometimes seem stuck in a groove, an endless, repeating parade of identical virtual analog synths. If you want something different, the Hadron Particle Synthesizer could fit the bill. Here is the original post: Grains as Instrument: Free and Open Source Hadron Synth, Now VST, AU Plug-in [Videos]
We hear a lot about the “wisdom of crowds.” Now, here’s the voice of the crowd. Photo ( CC-BY ) James Cridland . Every choir is, in a sense, crowd-sourced. See the article here: A Choir Made from a Chrowd: Hundreds Contribute to Charity Choir Sample Instrument
From top, MIDIWriter uses what would normally be your text input for music; MIDI Studio takes a more conventional – but nicely-implemented – approach. More: Two MIDI Tools for Playing iPad/iPhone, One Whimsical, One Practical
Numark and Akai seem to have finally got that the iPad is a useful tool for DJing, provided it has some matching hardware. We’ve seen the iDJ Pro earlier this week, but the Akai MPC Fly was finally seen at NAMM. I was simply a non-functioning prototype kept in a glass cage, but we happened ...
Back before the iPad (perhaps deservedly) hogged the spotlight, there were interactive tables. And one of the selling points of these new interfaces was collaborative play Follow this link: Rockmate Features Collaborative Finger Tapping on iPad in Virtual Band
Apple’s GarageBand music creation and amp simulation on iPad is now also on the company’s handhelds, with iPhone (3GS, 4, 4S) and iPod touch (3rd-generation and better) support. Read the original: Handheld GarageBand: Apple’s Mobile Music Maker on iPhone, iPod touch
The tablet – or at least the iPad – is beginning to look like a terrific accessory for lovers of MIDI and hardware. With its compact form factor, it coexists nicely with your MIDI gear and lets you focus on sequencing, perhaps moving to the traditional computer to finish up your track, mixing, and the ...
Speaking of futuristic instrumental design, the Eigenharp – an instrument that looks like the bassoon was redesigned by Vulcans – brings two big developments with its appearance this week in the Bay Area of California. First off, if you’ve doubted its utility in musical practice and you’re a fan of American minimalism, we’re treated to ...
What can a new digital synth be in 2011? How will it work and sound? Go here to read the rest: Imagining a Tablet Synth: Developer Christopher Penrose Shows Us SynthTronica for iPad