Monthly archives: February, 2016

Igor Vasiliev’s Fieldscaper App Revisited

Today, I’m posting a video I did featuring Fieldscaper. This app is essentially a three track field recorder that has the ability to add effects, warp and mangle your recorded audio. it has some amazing features and also has parameter control via MIDI. Here is part one of a two part series I did on…


Ladies and Gentlemen….

It’s official! The writer of this blog is now signed to the independent Appronica label. Thanks to the iPad Musician page on Facebook, I have managed to reach out to like-minded artists such as myself and make some great connections, new friends and wound up getting signed. Apptronica features artists who predominately use iOS devices…


Kymatica’s AUM

I’ve been hearing a buzz about this app for quite a while now, and it was released today. If you work with audio apps, then you are familiar with apps such as Audiobus and Apple’s own in-app-audio. Judging by the way the description reads, AUM by Kymatica looks to be a game changer. The ability…


Fugue Machine Revisited

Today, I post a throwback video from my first days of Youtube. I take a look at Fugue Machine from Alexandernaut.     Recently, Fugue Machine had been updated to have Ableton’s Link.   You can purchase Fugue Machine here: Fugue Machine | multi-playhead sequencer – Alexandernaut


A Matter of Synth

The other day, I was working on a synth sound patch heard in a popular 80s song. Because I was unsure of what brand and model of synth the keyboardist used, I had to make a best guess. Since this song was released in the mid 80s, I only had a few options. My first…


Arturia Releases iSpark App

One of the greatest things about being an iPad musician is that you have access to some great music making software that won’t break the bank. I especially am pleased when a company releases a software version of their hardware. Now, Arturia is a unique case, in that they started off with software and eventually…


The Things The Governmet Asks of Apple…

The following is a link to a letter from Apple to their customers. It kind of goes to show you how the US government wants to further reduce our freedoms. https://www.apple.com/customer-letter/ Now, I am not one to discuss political topics, but when I feel like my own government wants to open up my idevices for…


Korg Goes Universal

Korg recently had a major update of their wonderful app, Gadget. The 2.0 update sees a few improvements, including: ● iPad Pro support: Stunningly powerful music production ● iPhone support: Make tracks wherever you are (iPhone 6 recommend) ● Universal support: A single purchase provides support for iPad/iPhone/iPad Pro ● iCloud synchronization: Keep up to…


My Top Five Apps for Live Performance

Today, I’m sharing a video that features five(actually, six) synthesizer apps I used in live performance. I’ve always wanted to have a nice collection of actual hardware synths, but since the advent of the iPad and subsequently, the apps that came along, I’ve been able to enjoy the timbres replicated by the software at a…


First Day on the Job

Since I am new to doing this, I will be posting slowly. As time goes by, the posts will be more frequent. Stay tuned for more to come.