Composer’s Sketchpad update – quirky composition tool from Alexei Baboulevitch gets some tweaks

One of the things I enjoy most about running the Music App Blog is that it can expose me to a wide variety of iOS music apps. While some can be great, but perhaps conventional, others are based around a core idea that is interesting or innovative in some way. One such app is Alexei Baboulevitch’s Composer’s Sketchpad that I reviewed on the site a few months ago. The app is iPad-only, requires iOS8.2 or later and is a 140MB download. The launch price is discounted at currently sits at just … [Read more...]

Composer’s Sketchpad update – quirky composition tool from Alexei Baboulevitch gets some tweaks

One of the things I enjoy most about running the Music App Blog is that it can expose me to a wide variety of iOS music apps. While some can be great, but perhaps conventional, others are based around a core idea that is interesting or innovative in some way. One such app is Alexei Baboulevitch’s Composer’s Sketchpad that I reviewed on the site a few weeks ago. The app is iPad-only, requires iOS8.1 or later and is a 140MB download. The launch price is discounted at currently sits at just … [Read more...]

Composer’s Sketchpad giveaway results – 5 winners of quirky composition tool from Alexei Baboulevitch

One of the things I enjoy most about running the Music App Blog is that it can expose me to a wide variety of iOS music apps. Some of these are both mainstream, come packed with features and are, in their own specific category, already the real deal. However, there are also other apps that are perhaps less obviously mainstream, a little bit more experimental and, perhaps, not quite fully developed…. but based around a core idea that is interesting or innovative in some way. One app that falls … [Read more...]

Composer’s Sketchpad giveaway – 5 copies of quirky composition tool from Alexei Baboulevitch up for grabs

One of the things I enjoy most about running the Music App Blog is that it can expose me to a wide variety of iOS music apps. Some of these are both mainstream, come packed with features and are, in their own specific category, already the real deal. However, there are also other apps that are perhaps less obviously mainstream, a little bit more experimental and, perhaps, not quite fully developed…. but based around a core idea that is interesting or innovative in some way. One app that falls … [Read more...]

Composer’s Sketchpad review – quirky composition tool from Alexei Baboulevitch

One of the things I enjoy most about running the Music App Blog is that it can expose me to a wide variety of iOS music apps. Some of these are both mainstream, come packed with features and are, in their own specific category, already the real deal. However, there are also other apps that are perhaps less obviously mainstream, a little bit more experimental and, perhaps, not quite fully developed…. but based around a core idea that is interesting or innovative in some way. One app that falls … [Read more...]