Reviews of hot music and recording apps for iOS and occasionally Android devices.
Looking like a typical guitar effects pedal, iRig Stomp is actually a guitar interface that will work with iOS devices, and is compatible with most iOS signal-processing apps.
In the dim and distant past, Cubasis used to be one of the names Steinberg reserved for junior versions of Cubase...
With a long and enviable pedigree in hardware sampling and sequencing, the Akai MPC range has finally gone soft...
We check out iShotgun, a miniature interference-tube or 'rifle' mic, the newest member of the i-Series line-up of cost-effective electret mics designed for use with iOS devices and other portable recorders and cameras.
Neyrinck's V-Control Pro aims to be a universal iPad controller for all the most popular DAWs...
The iPolysix app faithfully recreates the original synth's architecture, which had six VCOs, one for each of its six voices. Does it do the original justice?
Audiobus allows you to pass the audio output from one app to the input of another in real time by creating an inter‑app 'audio cable'.
Samplr is a modestly-named app for sample and loop manipulation, notable for making superb use of the iPad's multi-touch surface to stretch, transpose, play and twist up to six samples.
This month we look at the new iPad Mini, Microsoft Surface and Borderlands Granular Synth app.
Apogee's MiC offers a quality preamp and converter significantly better than those built-in to iOS devices and Mac sound cards.
We test Yonac Magellan synthesizer app and the PPG WaveGenerator synth app.
iTrack Solo is Focusrite's first audio interface designed for use with iOS devices, although it can also be used with a computer via its USB 2 connection.
iDrumTune is an app for iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad that's designed to analyse the frequency of any drum and display it on screen.
Auria is the first truly professional multitrack recording app to hit the App Store.
We check out the Tascam iU2 audio interface, and sneak a peak at Reactable's Mobile tactile synth for iOS and Android.
The iO Dock from Alesis is designed specifically with the iPad in mind and offers a pair of 'combi'-style audio inputs, MIDI DIN and MIDI USB plus a handy footswitch socket.
Apogee's Jam is an audio interface designed to connect a guitar to an iPad, iPhone or Mac. Unlike most such devices, which...
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