For everything from checking tempos in rehearsal to practicing a tough lick, a reliable metronome is a must for any musician. Since you are likely to always have your iPhone with you, wouldn’t it be great if you could save space in your bag and leave your metronome at home? With one of the following metronome apps, you can lighten your load and still prepare for your upcoming gig.
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.
In an age where music can be created using devices many times smaller than instruments, it is not surprising that people want drum sequencers on their iPad to store their beats. This AppGuide has some of the best options for getting drum beats on your iPad while adding some nifty tricks as well.
Apple has redesigned a classic Mac application that looks as good as, and possibly even better, on iOS than its OS X counterpart. It’s an app that was just waiting for a touchscreen interface. It's iPad 2 ready, sure to be blazingly fast, and an instant classic.
Sound Prism is one of the latest attempts at unique musical innovation on the iPad. It boasts that anybody of any talent level will instantly be able to create beautiful music. Read on to find out if these claims are true or if it is just another of the same.