My Current Favorite Controller.

Hey all, just a quick post to say that this is the controller I use with my iPad. You can get yours here:


The State of the Blog Address

Hello to all my fans out there on the interwebs! I thought I’d take a moment to bring you an update on what I’ve been doing. First off, I have resumed business as usual, posting blogs whenever I can and working on videos for my YouTube channel. I also have some interesting projects in the…


It’s Just a Phase(Distortion) I’m Going Through, Or How Phase 84 Made Me Go Shopping.

Do you want to know how I get myself in trouble with my wallet? It’s easy. First, I discover an app that takes a different approach to something I’ve never known before, then I seek out its hardware equivalent( if there is one ), and then I buy it, along with the app. The good…


Doug Woods Needs Our Help!

Just recently, I had learned of a fellow YouTube content creator, iPad Musician and part of thesoundtestroom.com staff, Doug Woods is suffering from some serious health issues. He is suffering from loss of eyesight and he has other things going wrong, all of which have affected his ability to do what he loves to do….


pianoscaper Has You All Kinds of Relaxed

Yes, that is correct, I did not forget to capitalize the name of that app. Rob Jackson has a thing for ambient sound. I’ve seen his videos where he has made great use of Borderlands Granular Synth and Animoog, and he can make some great soundscapes. It came as no surprise to me that when…


Korg Does it Again with ODYSSEi

As if Korg hasn’t done enough with their multitude of app releases, they bring us all yet another classic synth to the soft side. That’s right, The Odyssey is now in app form! Introducing the ODESSEi. First, a bit of history: The original ARP Odyssey was built in 1972 as a response from musicians who…


What’s Old Is New Again(Vintage Sounds for Modern Musicians)

Trends seem to cycle. This is true in just about every aspect of culture. Granted, there’s always a variation on a theme, something to modernize it a bit more, if you will. Sometimes, it takes modern technology to recreate something vintage. When I first discovered software synthesizers, I thought that this was a great learning…


Korg Does It Again with iWavestation

I guess the old clich√© is true, absence makes the heart grow fonder. I had spent approximately three months away from writing on this blog, with many false starts, only to realize that I just wasn’t ready to begin. This all changes in January of 2017, when I will re-launch my blog, YouTube channel and…


New Project: My First App

Here I go again, yet another project! This is the problem with a restless creative mind, I have more ideas than time in which to complete them. It seems I never fully finish one project before starting another. The good news for me is, since this is a labor of love, I have no deadlines….


Volca FM Editing Made Easy With Patch Base

In the continuing efforts to merge hardware and software, I keep my eyes peeled for apps that will allow me to make life easier in the studio. If you have been following this blog, you will know that I’ve been working on building a Volca workstation that incorporates the use of iOS sequencers and controllers…