Reviews of hot music and recording apps for iOS and occasionally Android devices.
Koala Sampler makes sampling simple again.
This software recreation of their legendary monophonic synthesizer is now available for Mac computers as well as iPhone and iPad.
Could this natty iPhone app help you structure your songs and make better demos?
Pure Upright from e-instruments is a multi-sampled upright piano for Apple's iPhone and iPad devices.
Zipper Noise release FREQUIA, which they claim to be the world's most advanced technical ear training program.
PlayScore 2 is an iOS and Android app that performs OMR (optical music recognition) via a device’s camera or graphics‑type file import.
New music creation app from Splice allows users to select a genre and then employ AI to generate musical ideas.
New iOS tool lets you create a personalised head-related transfer function.
Latest instrument from Swedish devs offers shaker, shaky egg, tambourine sounds and more!
FAC Drumkit is a flexible drum synth and sample player.
App+plug-in combo lets you use iOS and Android devices as external meters for your DAW.
Woott is described as a ‘dynamic hype enhancer’ , which suggests we are in for a bit of not‑so‑subtle compression...
The Soundbrenner Core is a smartwatch made for musicians.
Steinberg’s mobile DAW just got even better!
Online service lets you hone your listening skills using EQ games and challenges.
Sugar Bytes bring their powerful drum machine to iPad.
Use your phone or tablet to control articulations, mix levels and more in real time.
SOS unveils a major redesign and update to our iOS /Android Tablet Apps which launched on 21st January 2021. Now Smartphone compatible!
Metagrid lets you control multiple pieces of software from a single iPad app.
Can Steinberg recreate the Cubasis DAW experience on Android?
Looperator takes any audio source and slices it into 16 steps, applying a series of effects to any step that include filters, stutters, slices, distortion, tape stops, volume modulation and looping.
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