Music software for iPhone / iPod Touch / iPad reviews

  • A review of the Alesis DM Dock drum interface

    A review of the Alesis DM Dock drum interface - It's Sittin' On the Dock While You Play


    Following in the footsteps of its I/O Dock, which provided iPad musicians with a fully featured audio and MIDI interface with a docking slot, Alesis has released the DM Dock. Aimed at iPad drummers and percussionists, it’s an iOS and Mac/PC MIDI interface featuring 13 1/4” trigger inputs. It allows electronic drummers to access drum and percussion…

  • Steinberg Cubasis iPad App Review

    Steinberg Cubasis iPad App Review - iCubasis Lite


    Even at its relatively young age, the iPad has already placed itself at the head of an extensive audio software library, running sequencers that are far more than simple toys. The latest arrival in this category, Cubasis from Steinberg, is not without its limitations, but has enough qualities to ensure its rightful place on the podium. See the f…

  • Making Music on the iPad

    Making Music on the iPad - The iPad for Musicians: Present State


    Considered a bulky iPhone by its detractors when it was first presented, the iPad has been revolutionizing the market of mobile computing ever since — and our DAWs as a consequence. A good enough reason to take a stand on the issue. Let's start with an overview of Apple's offering.

  • Audiofile Engineering Quiztones Review

    Audiofile Engineering Quiztones Review - Ear Training for Dummies


    As engineers, we all have particular strengths and weaknesses. Some are musically gifted and play multiple instruments, while others naturally take to composition. However, what about the most basic of skills – our hearing?