Archive for the ‘iOS Music Apps’ Category

Free Four Track Recorder for iPhone – Spire by iZotope

Free Four Track Recorder for iPhone - Spire by iZotope

Need to quickly record some ideas on your iPhone for your next project? iZotope have recently released Spire, a free four track recorder for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. It runs on much of the same powerful processing as iZotope’s flagship software. The app automatically adds polish to your recordings, so you can easily record, mix, and share audio from anywhere.

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Gestrument – Swipe and Play [iOS]

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Gestrument for iOS , developed by contemporary classical composer Jesper Nordin and software developer Jonatan Liljedahl, is a genre agnostic music composition tool that enables you to make music by merely swiping your finger. It was updated to version 1.4.1 yesterday.

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Tonara (iPad)

Playing a musical instrument can be challenging, especially for beginners. Trying to follow along with sheet music and having to turn the pages while playing only adds to the difficulty. Tonara has developed an iPad app that helps eliminate this burden while providing additional innovative features to assist musicians.

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Review: Sunrizer (iPad)

sunrizer ipad review

Before I begin this review I must admit that I’m kind of late to the ‘make music on the iPad’ train, although I’ve kept my eye on it since the development of music making apps really started taking off for the iPad. Playing with apps like these on the iPad lets you break free from your usual working environment, i.e. it’s an escape from sitting behind your DAW all day long juggling plugins and softsynths with a mouse, occasionally twisting your torso to reach for outboard gear. I never go out to play with my DAW for half an hour to check out a couple of presets of a synth, or make something from scratch. Half an hour always turns into hours so I consider my DAW environment to be a working environment. The iPad is a far more playful environment to just be loose and fool around on. So, hello Sunrizer!

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