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  • Montana Floss Co. Launches “Soundproof” Music Player App

    Montana Floss Co. Launches “Soundproof” Music Player App

    App developer Montana Floss Co. has released , a music player for iOS designed to help you practice. The app allows you to create set lists as well as set repeat markers to loop certain parts of a track. Soundproof is designed for simplicity and ease of use with an oversized play button and time... »

  • Janek Gwizdala Announces Ultimate Play Alongs App

    Janek Gwizdala Announces Ultimate Play Alongs App

    Practicing will be taken to a whole new level with Ultimate Play Alongs, a new app that will be available for iOS and Android devices. The app, created by bassist Janek Gwizdala and drummer Louie Palmer, is built around a play-along experience with the back catalog of some of the world’s greatest musicians including Mike... »

  • Riffstation Launches Play to Detect and Display Chords for Youtube Music Videos

    Riffstation Launches Play to Detect and Display Chords for Youtube Music Videos

    Riffstation has launched a beta app with some lofty goals. Play is designed to present chords for any Youtube music video, in real time. The software has a super clean and simple interface, which shows promise. And while bass isn’t listed in the app, following the guitar chords should be suitable for most songs. (The... »

  • PreSonus Introduces Capture for iPad and Capture Duo

    PreSonus Introduces Capture for iPad and Capture Duo

    PreSonus has ported their Capture audio-recording software to the iPad with two new apps: and . Capture for iPad allows for recording up to 32 tracks simultaneously with 24-bit, 96 kHz fidelity, while Capture Duo is a free version that lets you record and play two stereo tracks. Both apps focus on recording but come... »

  • Nathan Vonnahme Releases Teüna Chromatic Tuner App

    Nathan Vonnahme Releases Teüna Chromatic Tuner App

    Nathan Vonnahme has released Teüna, a chromatic tuner app for iPhone, iPad and iPad Touch. The app draws on historical aesthetic for its design. “I started looking at these pocket watches from the 17th century, and I realized, these were the iPhone of their day,” Vonnahme explains. “This was the object that every gentleman and... »

  • Music Theory – Chords in Minor Keys App Released for Android

    Music Theory – Chords in Minor Keys App Released for Android

    Stuart Bahn has just released the second in his Music Theory Toolkit Series of apps for Android devices, entitled Music Theory – Chords in Minor Keys. The app trains you to learn all the minor, major, and diminished chords found in all 12 minor keys. Your theory is tested as the app displays a minor... »

  • Shaker Box: A Look at the Shaker Loop App

    Shaker Box: A Look at the Shaker Loop App

    Shaker Box is a simple, yet well executed app that gives you an assortment of shakers on your iOS device. Only one shaker is included for free but the app has full functionality with no additional cost. A one time $1.99 in-app-purchase gives you access to 12 additional shakers. The sounds are very actual samples... »

  • SteadyTune: A Look at the Tuning App for Mac

    SteadyTune: A Look at the Tuning App for Mac

    While I typically stick to iOS apps here, I realize many of you iOS users are likely also Mac users. So I thought I’d deviate from the norm a little here and focus on a handy app I’ve discovered for the Mac. SteadyTune is as simple as it gets. When opened (I set mine to... »

  • MarloweDK Releases “Beginning Slap Bass” for iPad and iPhone

    MarloweDK Releases “Beginning Slap Bass” for iPad and iPhone

    Bassist and educator Thomas Risell – perhaps best known as MarloweDK – has released his “Beginning Slap Bass” lessons in the form of an iPad and iPhone app. Beginning Slap Bass with MarloweDK features 25 licks covering all the fundamentals – slapping, popping, slides, hammer-ons, pull-offs, bends, double thumbing and more. Each lick includes four... »

  • PercussionTutor: A Look at the Rhythm Reference App

    PercussionTutor: A Look at the Rhythm Reference App

    PercussionTutor is an app I am really excited about. While it is actually designed for percussionists, the app and free ebook combine to offer a huge reference for any musician wishing to better understand rhythms and learning how the different percussion parts fit together to produce the groove. In other words, this will help you... »