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Book Offers Insight on Using an iPad to Record Music

The iPad in the Music Studio: Connecting Your iPad to Mics, Mixers, Instruments, Computers, and More!You may already be aware of many ways to use an iPad for making music.

However, Hal Leonard Corp. has put together an book — The iPad in the Music Studio: Connecting Your iPad to Mics, Mixers, Instruments, Computers, and More! — that covers the device’s “connectivity to the professional, project, and home music studios.”

Written by music technology authors Vincent Leonard and Thomas Rudolph, the book in the Hal Leonard Quick Pro Guides series, the book also delves into info about hardware needed to link microphones and instruments for live multitrack recording, controlling desktop software, using the iPad and iPhone with mixers, the iPad and guitar EFX software/hardware, using the iPad to publish and distribute music on social media, and finding/using the best music apps for the iPad 2, third- and fourth- generation iPads and the IPad mini.

The iPad in the Music Studio: Connecting Your iPad to Mics, Mixers, Instruments, Computers, and More! is out now in paperback edition, with DVD.

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Larry McMunn

Larry McMunn

“The iPad in the Music Studio: Connecting Your iPad to Mics, Mixers, Instruments, Computers, and More! is out now in paperback edition, with DVD.”

So this is a book about using the iPad with your tools to make music and there’s no iPad-ready version?

What am I missing? If I’m interested in it, why would I want to carry around a bulky paper copy and DVD? If an iBooks or even a PDF version were available, I might have bought it already.