If you are even possibly considering performing, recording, creating or just simply playing around with making music on your iPad then this app has so much to offer you! SynthMaster One for iOS – $9.99 The best news is that it is on sale until December 1st for only $9.99! (70% off) Released in 2017 and heralded as one of the years best synths this … Continue reading SynthMaster One for iOS – Oh My!
If you have followed this blog at all for any length of time you will know that one of the quests I’ve been on is using iOS to perform in ways never before possible. Gestrument Pro is going to be released on Sept. 25 and is currently available for pre-order at like half price. $8.99 vs. $16.99! PerplexOn has access and has posted a wonderful … Continue reading Gestrument Pro – Performing on iOS with alternative interfaces
Today is a great day! Today is the day that Chris Russell and I announce our joint venture that will hopefully benefit anyone wanting to know the latest and greatest adventures of two music teachers trying to integrate technology into the music classroom! Chris is a blogger over at http://techinmusiced.wordpress.com I blog here at https://ipadmusiced.wordpress.com Chris is a Choir teacher in Minnesota I am a Band teacher here … Continue reading BIG ANNOUNCEMENT – ME&T Podcast – The Place for Music Educators to Get Music Tech News
Notion for iOS – $14.99 Well this weekend I decided to create four keyboard parts for my electronic group. I also decided that I was going to use Notion on my iPad to do that. I’ve come up with a few tips for you…. I worked WAY better in “Continuous View” which is strange because I kind of hate that view in Sibelius on a laptop. … Continue reading Notion on iPad Tips
+ = AMAZING Ever run into the scenario where you pull out a piece of music that you really want to perform for your next concert only to find out that the keyboard part has been lost? Ever have a budding young bass guitarist who is learning how to read notes and play that bass but you know that if you handed her tabs to go … Continue reading Creating Music Notation on an iPad
I’ve got to say that entering music notation scores and editing them on an iPad is a very enjoyable feat these days! Notion ($15) makes things so extremely easy with the touch interface! If you have NOT purchased Notion for your iPad you are crazy! I have no idea what in the world you are waiting for! In fact, using the on screen keyboard to enter … Continue reading Notion on iPad – Music Notation Rocks on iPad!
When we as musicians sit down to figure out and to study a piece of music there has usually been a bunch of paper, pencil and clicking going on. You hit play and start writing down which section is which, taking notes on where the main theme starts, when the chorus comes in, where to start adding, drums, strings, backup vocal….. and the list goes on … Continue reading Music Study Apps Part 1- notetracks