Apps for the musicians!

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  1. jarop

    jarop Member

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    So i'm joining the iCraze in a few weeks again and picking myself up an iphone 4 (had an itouch 3g but i lost it a few months back) and i figured the internet connection on the go could potentially open up a world of potential for apps.
    I play piano/double bass/electric bass/guitar and i drum a bit as well and i figured there might be some good apps to compliment these instruments.

    I'm looking for things like synthesizers, good drum kits (I've seen VaDrum use DigiDrummer, anything better/worse?), tuners, chord books, MIDI keyboards, whatever.

    At the moment all i've got is:
    iRealbook
    Ultimate Guitar
    Shazam

    I think i might even purchase the iRig. Anyway, just wanted to see what you guys have been using?
     
  2. XGLITE

    XGLITE Well-Known Member

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    Beatmaker is fantastic for composers, very feature-rich, with lots of options and sounds. You can do multitracking, and record your songs from it. It's gone down in price too, from £11.99 to £5.99.
     
  3. Cilo

    Cilo Well-Known Member

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    Nanostudio, Reason for the iPhone.

     
  4. Booch138

    Booch138 Well-Known Member

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    I cannot wait till Beatmaker 2 comes out. It's going to have a built in keyboard! F*cking rad! Huge fan of the first.
     
  5. NotYou

    NotYou Well-Known Member

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  6. jarop

    jarop Member

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    oops, sorry about that. I'll add my collective findings to either that thread or this once i've got a larger list
     
  7. sammysin

    sammysin Well-Known Member

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    I love tickling the ivories on those Piano Apps! :p
     
  8. drelbs

    drelbs Well-Known Member

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    NanoStudio is excellent.

    I also like iShred and Bebot. ;)
     

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