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  • These iOS synths have the power to rival desktop virtual instruments
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    These iOS synths have the power to rival desktop virtua… - 5 Top iPad Synths You Might Have Missed

    02/01/16

    If you haven’t looked at iPads lately, you may not realize how powerful they’ve become. In terms of processing speed, the iPad Air 2 is as powerful as most laptops, and the iPad Pro’s 64-bit A9X processor is almost twice as fast as that. App developers have taken notice and are creating synths that take full advantage of faster iPad processors. So…

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

    01/29/15

    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…

  • Six iOS Amp-and-Effects Modelers Evaluated
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    Six iOS Amp-and-Effects Modelers Evaluated - Which iOS Modeler is Best for You?

    07/26/14

    Modeled amps and effects can be found in many applications, including outboard modeling processors, DAWs, dedicated computer plug-ins, and, now more than ever, iOS apps. Your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch can be turned into a massive guitar rig that you can use for recording and live performance. Here we’ll look at six of the top modeling apps in ter…

  • Cheap Synth Apps with Rich Sound
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    Cheap Synth Apps with Rich Sound - Five Cool iOS Synthesizers for Under $10

    06/14/14

    The quality and variety of synthesizers available for your iOS device just keeps getting better and better. Although many of the top, name-brand synths will cost you in the range of $20 or even more, there are some great ones on the iTunes Store for half or a quarter of that price. Here are five synths that range from free to $9.99, and offer a lo…