Monthly archives: May, 2016

From Software to Hardware: Amptone Lab’s MIDI Splitter

When making music with iOS devices, sometimes you just need to go outside the proverbial box(or tablet…I digress). Most iOS musicians(as many of us have adopted the term) can produce complete tracks inside of the iPad without ever needing to use external synths or devices, save the occasional audio input interface. What about those who…


Using DM2 with Caustic Editor to Load Samples into the Volca Sample

Howdy folks. I started a step by step article on how to use DM2, by Audionomy, to create your own drum samples and then load them up into a Korg Volca Sample, via Caustic Editor. I actually finished the video first, so instead of being redundant, I’ll skip that and take you straight to the…


DM2 by Audionomy

The mobile musician community was blindsided this week by a fresh app from Audionomy, the DM2. DM2, as it’s name describes, is the sequel to Fingerlab’s DM1. Okay, so maybe that’s not an appropriate title for this app, but from my understanding, DM2 was developed by a team that included developers from DM1. Comparing the…


IK Multimedia’s iRig Acoustic Audio Interface

Today, I want to share with you, the unboxing and demo or iRig Acoustic. This interface allows you to use an acoustic guitar in conjunction with your iOS device and record or perform. It’s been a couple weeks since I shot footage of both the unboxing and the demo, but I’ve had a little more…


Moog Releases Model 15

I have always had a fascination with modular synthesis. All those knobs, wires and lights made me feel like I was controlling some sort of doomsday device or like I was piloting a giant spaceship. Unfortunately, I cannot afford such equipment. The closest thing I have to owning anything modular is my Arturia Microbrute and…