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Tag archive for ‘iPad’

  • Using MIDI Devices with an iPad

    Korg Microkey iPad MIDI Controller

    Get your iPad hooked up to your iPad through making use of the Apple camera connector and a MIDI controller through USB

  • Music App Store For iOS (iPhone & iPad), Android, And Windows Phone (WP7) Launched

    Music Apps

    Here at AudioMelody we prided ourselves of being one of the first websites to offer computer musicians free PC software for recording, mixing, and editing their music back in 1999. Whilst we still offer an unrivalled collection of free music software for laptop musicians on Macs and PCs – we have now opened a dedicated […]

  • Propellerheads To Offer iPad Figure Music Studio For $1

    Propellerheads Reason

    Propellerheads, the Swedish music software company that is behind Reason, ReCycle, and ReBirth, are launching an iOS app named Figure for just $1 which is designed to make music production on the go a real possibility. Musicians will now be able to be sitting at the back of a bus or on a train and […]

  • NAMM 2012: Wave Machine Labs’ Auria DAW For iPad

    Wave Machine Labs - Auria

    At this point, tablets (almost entirely iPads) are seen as tools to work with alongside a DAW as a touchscreen interface, or for laying down some simple song structures when on the move. But with the launch of Wave Machine Labs’ Auria, we’ve got a full 48-track DAW right there with full support for VST […]

  • NAMM 2012: Akai MPC FLY For iPad 2

    Akai MPC Fly

    As well as announcing the Renaissance and Studio MPC products, Akai has announced the interesting looking MPC FLY. It is essential a 16-pad controller that sits in a laptop-esque case that can also house an iPad 2, and then an iOS app lets you sequence up to four tracks simultaneously. Here’s a breakdown of the […]