5 iOS Music Apps

Here’s a few recordings I made with 5 iOS music creation apps. Many of these apps I’ve owned on the iPhone but never really used because the screen was too small. On the iPad these are all quite joyful.

5 iOS Music Apps by thingstocome

nanloop – iTunes link
TweakyBeat – iTunes link
Dropophone – iTunes link
Sampletoy – iTunes link
Tiction AV – iTunes link

Which one do you like best?

This entry was written by Oliver Chesler, posted on August 4, 2010 at 4:34 am, filed under iPad, iPhone and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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4 Responses to “5 iOS Music Apps”

  1. tazzaler says:

    Tweakybeat is by far the best. Reminds me of some minimal tracks I hear on my local electronic music station in southern Germany.

    I could really see you though using Tiction AV the most in your music though, the first 5 seconds or so just screams Horrorist intro.

    • Yeah Tweaky is a minimal machine. Tiction is great fun… these are just the latest I’ve been playing with… there are so many great iOS music apps… Synthpond, etc… I just used Morphwiz on a real track I recorded for my album… quite good!

  2. Aaron Zilch says:

    New reader. Love what I see so far. Ableton posts and plenty of them :).

    So have you tried Curtis Heavy yet? I don’t have any iDevices to play with it, but watching the demo videos make my fingers itch…

  3. Piano Player says:

    I think ezPiano for iPad is pretty cool (http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ezpiano-for-ipad/id388546114?mt=8).

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