Guitar Toolkit updated – tweaks for Agile Partners’ Swiss Army knife app for guitar players

As a confirmed iOS music app addict, I have far too many music apps installed on my iPhone and iPad. They are all great and there are occasions when each of them might get called into service. However, there are a few apps that I can pretty much guarantee using every day. For me, Cubasis is one...  but another is Agile Partners' Guitar Toolkit. Guitar Toolkit was one of the first iOS music apps I reviewed on the website back in April 2012. It might not be the most sexy of the apps I own but, … [Read more...]

Guitar Toolkit updated – tweaks for Agile Partners’ Swiss Army knife app for guitar players

As a confirmed iOS music app addict, I have far too many music apps installed on my iPhone and iPad. They are all great and there are occasions when each of them might get called into service. However, there are a few apps that I can pretty much guarantee using every day. For me, Cubasis is one...  but another is Agile Partners' Guitar Toolkit. Guitar Toolkit was one of the first iOS music apps I reviewed on the website back in April 2012. It might not be the most sexy of the apps I own but, … [Read more...]

Sing inTuna update – HotPaw bring iOS9 support to their pitch training app

As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, one of the things I find attractive about the whole iOS music app environment (and, indeed, iOS apps in general) is that app developers are still happy to create apps that are highly focused on a single – and often quite simple – task. When the pricing structure of apps mean that most cost less than a cup of coffee at your local Starbucks or Costa, you can justify offering a ‘single function’ app that is still going to appeal to users without the need to … [Read more...]

DrumKick giveaway results – 5 winners of playable drum app with a bit of a kick

I first reviewed developer Mark Jeschke's DrumKick iOS music app back in July 2013 and, as I've reported on various occasions (including yesterday), the app has had a number of very useful updates since then. At its heart, DrumKick is a fairly conventional ‘virtual’ drum kit with kick, snare, hi-hat, three toms, two crash cymbals, a ride cymbal and a cow bell. The fairly conventional interface is, however, very nicely thought out and implemented with some details that make it very … [Read more...]

DrumKick giveaway – 5 copies of playable drum app with a bit of a kick up for grabs

I first reviewed developer Mark Jeschke's DrumKick iOS music app back in July 2013 and, as I've reported on various occasions (including yesterday), the app has had a number of very useful updates since then. At its heart, DrumKick is a fairly conventional ‘virtual’ drum kit with kick, snare, hi-hat, three toms, two crash cymbals, a ride cymbal and a cow bell. The fairly conventional interface is, however, very nicely thought out and implemented with some details that make it very … [Read more...]

DrumKick update – playable drum app with a bit of a kick gets new features and sale pricing

I first reviewed developer Mark Jeschke's DrumKick iOS music app back in July 2013.  At its heart, DrumKick is a fairly conventional ‘virtual’ drum kit with kick, snare, hi-hat, three toms, two crash cymbals, a ride cymbal and a cow bell. The fairly conventional interface is, however, very nicely thought out and implemented with some details that make it very playable. For example, the snare, ride and right cymbal can all trigger a number of different samples and are overlaid with a excellent … [Read more...]

DrumKick update – fixes and tweaks for playable drum app with a bit of a kick

I first reviewed developer Mark Jeschke's DrumKick iOS music app back in July 2013.  At its heart, DrumKick is a fairly conventional ‘virtual’ drum kit with kick, snare, hi-hat, three toms, two crash cymbals, a ride cymbal and a cow bell. The fairly conventional interface is, however, very nicely thought out and implemented with some details that make it very playable. For example, the snare, ride and right cymbal can all trigger a number of different samples and are overlaid with a excellent … [Read more...]

DrumKick update – playable drum app with a bit of a kick gets new features and sale pricing

I first reviewed developer Mark Jeschke's DrumKick iOS music app back in July 2013.  At its heart, DrumKick is a fairly conventional ‘virtual’ drum kit with kick, snare, hi-hat, three toms, two crash cymbals, a ride cymbal and a cow bell. The fairly conventional interface is, however, very nicely thought out and implemented with some details that make it very playable. For example, the snare, ride and right cymbal can all trigger a number of different samples and are overlaid with a excellent … [Read more...]

DrumKick update – playable drum app with a bit of a kick gets Core and Virtual MIDI support

I first reviewed developer Mark Jeschke's DrumKick iOS music app back in July 2013.  At its heart, DrumKick is a fairly conventional ‘virtual’ drum kit with kick, snare, hi-hat, three toms, two crash cymbals, a ride cymbal and a cow bell. The fairly conventional interface is, however, very nicely thought out and implemented with some details that make it very playable. For example, the snare, ride and right cymbal can all trigger a number of different samples and are overlaid with a excellent … [Read more...]