There is no shortage of apps available to musicians who are looking to record their next big hit. Here is a break down of the apps that any serious musician/producer is going to want to keep on their iDevice.
It's not uncommon for people to want to play a musical instrument, but not want to actually learn how to play one. While the apps in this AppGuide will not get you playing at Carnegie Hall, they will suffice for making music that you can call your own.
Still buzzing in a could of post-WWDC, Apple Design Award winning success, TabToolkit's Agile Partners have something new up their sleeve, sitting neatly next to their plectrums and capos. Read on to find out what this could be.
IK Multimedia have promised to deliver the "Eureka" moment every guitar playing iPhone user has been waiting for. The AmpliTube iRig is coming soon and will allow you to transform your iPhone into a portable Guitar and Bass MultiFX system.
One of the most useful pieces of equipment for any guitarist to carry around is a decent guitar tuner. Luckily for iPhone and iPod Touch users there are quite a few guitar tuner apps available in the App Store.
Licks ($2.99) by Michael Ahmarani has been designed for every guitarist who has ever wanted to add something extra to their playing. If you have ever wanted to add a new dimension with licks and riffs then this app is definitely for you
Do you find yourself carrying stacks of printed tabs and notation? Wouldn't you rather have them all easily accessible, on your phone and be able to play them as well? TabToolkit allows you to do all of this and more.