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Tab Toolkit: A Look at the Notation and Tab App for iOS
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Tab Toolkit: A Look at the Notation and Tab App for iOS

Seeing as I’ve always had a somewhat “snobbish” aversion to Tab, I had avoided most every app in the store that provided it. So I’m happy to report I overcame that for a minute to try out Tab Toolkit, and I’m glad I did. Tab Toolkit is a pretty wonderful app, beautifully executed and immensely useful. The app comes pre-loaded...

Bass Sight: A Look at the Notation and Fretboard Training App for iOS
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Bass Sight: A Look at the Notation and Fretboard Training App for iOS

Bass Sight is a nice addition to the handful of apps that already exist to help those who wish to learn how to read music notation and/or better know their fretboard. Combining both training for reading notation and learning the fretboard, the app offers up a layout which is simple and to the point. The app presents a fretboard diagram...

Notion: A Look at the Music Notation Software for iPad
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Notion: A Look at the Music Notation Software for iPad

As you may recall, I reviewed Symphony Pro late last year and hailed it as a good start and the best we have available to us for notating music on the iPad. I believe that Notion may have just raised the bar. I found that the actual act of notation on Notion was far more intuitive and a bit quicker...

Audio MIDI Connect: A Look at the Instrument to MIDI Converter for iOS
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Audio MIDI Connect: A Look at the Instrument to MIDI Converter for iOS

If you’re like me, the existence of an app like Audio MIDI Connect is a dream come true. This app allows you to take your instrument signal and convert it to Midi and send it over Wifi! The implications are pretty cool, because this means that your instrument of choice can be a midi controller for recording, transcribing and triggering,...

Sahe Audio Releases ReKawl App for Storing Gear Settings
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Sahe Audio Releases ReKawl App for Storing Gear Settings

Sahe Audio has launched ReKawl, a mobile app designed to help you keep track of your analog gear’s settings by taking photos, creating track sheets, and neatly organizing your notes. The app uses your phone’s camera to take pictures and attach notes to create maps of your amp settings, pedal board, studio setup, or anything else that you need to...

Figure: A Look into the Music Making App for iOS
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Figure: A Look into the Music Making App for iOS

When it comes to music making apps for iOS, I’ve generally been quite disappointed. Most of what’s out there is convoluted and confusing, making for a poor and often awkward experience. Propellerhead Software is looking to change all that with the release of their newest app, Figure. Figure offers three different voices to work with: bass, drums and lead synth....

App Review: David Ellefson Rock Shop
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App Review: David Ellefson Rock Shop

A little over three years ago, bassist David Ellefson launched his Rock Shop series of informative videos on YouTube, focusing on “all things music, all things music business, and all things that rock.” Now, the Megadeth low-ender has teamed up with Pocketlabworks to launch the David Ellefson Rock Shop App, a bass and guitar amp for iOS devices. Even with...