Bass related apps, for iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch and other devices.
If you’re looking to explore polyrhythms easily, you may want to check out a new app called Polly. Created by Brian Hutchison, the app is a metronome with a simple design for layering in up to five accents.
For bassists working “inside the box,” Nembrini Audio has just introduced a new DAW plugin, The Bass Driver. The three-band overdrive and amp simulator is based on the SansAmp Bass Driver D.I. while allowing for more flexibility.
Jazz Master Tracks is a new record label with a mission to help musicians learn. Bringing together some of the world’s top jazz musicians, the tracks are then released as an album as well as on an app that lets you solo, loop, and analyze the music.
Muse Group has launched the fourth revision of its free music composition software with MuseScore 4, which boasts a new intuitive interface, improved accessibility, playback features, and the Muse Hub workstation.
For bassists and producers working “inside the box,” Pfundstein Audio Plugins has released the Virtual Sandberg Basic Ken Taylor RW 4 plugin. The virtual bass is authorized by Sandberg and runs on the VST3 and AU formats.
We’ve been enjoying the music of Eyal Amir and bassist Or Lubianiker for years, and now they’ve started a company to help you make your own music. Modalics has launched its first product called Beat Scholar.
MarloweDK has created another practice app for musicians called Back Pocket Grooves. The jam/play-along iPhone app is for all musicians of every level to work on their skills with instrumental grooves.
IK Multimedia has updated its bass offerings for 2022 with the MODO Bass 2. The physical modeling virtual bass instrument builds on the original with new instruments, patterns, and features.
A new mobile app called GuitarApp has recently launched, and it’s not just for guitarists. The handy tool combines curated YouTube playlists and lessons as well as a tuner, chord charts, a metronome, and a drum machine into one application.
Matthew Garrison has just launched a fantastic new app for learning from the bassist. The app is described as a “living and evolving archive of the creative works of Matthew Garrison.”
Ashdown Engineering has partnered with Two Notes Audio Engineering to launch a new range of DynIR (Dynamic Impulse Response) virtual cabinets. It includes six of the company’s cabs.
MarloweDK has been teaching bass online for years by putting out educational grooves on his YouTube channel. Now he’s launched a new app to whip you into shape with daily exercises.