Music Studio giveaway results – 5 winners of Xewton’s iOS DAW/sequencer

As I posted a week or so ago, Music Studio from Xewton has received a fairly substantial update recently including now becoming available to users on the Android platform. The iOS app has been around on the App Store since 2010, way before the Music App Blog came into being, but it has always struck me as a very functional recording platform. Currently priced at UK£10.99/US$14.99, it allows both audio and MIDI recording/editing in up to 127 tracks (although I suspect most iOS devices might … [Read more...]

Music Studio giveaway – 5 copies of Xewton’s iOS DAW/sequencer to be won

As I posted a few days ago, Music Studio from Xewton has received a fairly substantial update this week including now becoming available to users on the Android platform. The iOS app has been around on the App Store since 2010, way before the Music App Blog came into being, but it has always struck me as a very functional recording platform. Currently priced at UK£10.99/US$14.99, it allows both audio and MIDI recording/editing in up to 127 tracks (although I suspect most iOS devices might … [Read more...]

Music Studio updated – Xewton tweak their iOS DAW/sequencer and bring Android support

While I'm happy to admit to being a confirmed Cubasis user for my own iOS DAW/sequencer needs (it makes sense for me as I also use Cubase on my desktop), it is far from the only option when it comes to this class of iOS music app. One such alternative is Music Studio from Xewton and developer Alexander Gross. The app has been around on the App Store since 2010, way before the Music App Blog came into being, but it has always struck me as a very functional recording platform. Currently priced … [Read more...]

Music Studio updated – Xewton apply tweaks to their iOS9-ready DAW/sequencer

While I'm happy to admit to being a confirmed Cubasis user for my own iOS DAW/sequencer needs (it makes sense for me as I also use Cubase on my desktop), it is far from the only option when it comes to this class of iOS music app. One such alternative is Music Studio from Xewton and developer Alexander Gross. The app has been around on the App Store since 2010, way before the Music App Blog came into being, but it has always struck me as a very functional recording platform. Currently priced … [Read more...]

Music Studio updated – Xewton get their iOS DAW/sequencer ready for iOS9

While I'm happy to admit to being a confirmed Cubasis user for my own iOS DAW/sequencer needs (it makes sense for me as I also use Cubase on my desktop), it is far from the only option when it comes to this class of iOS music app. One such alternative is Music Studio from Xewton and developer Alexander Gross. I've not done a full review of the app here on the blog (my bad; it's been around on the App Store since 2010, way before the Music App Blog came into being) but it has always struck me … [Read more...]

Music Studio updated – Xewton bring further tweaks to their iOS DAW/sequencer

While I'm happy to admit to being a confirmed Cubasis user for my own iOS DAW/sequencer needs (it makes sense for me as I also use Cubase on my desktop), it is far from the only option when it comes to this class of iOS music app. One such alternative is Music Studio from Xewton and developer Alexander Gross. I've not done a full review of the app here on the blog (my bad; it's been around on the App Store since 2010, way before the Music App Blog came into being) but it has always struck me … [Read more...]

Music Studio updated – Xewton bring full IAA support to their iOS DAW/sequencer

While I'm happy to admit to being a confirmed Cubasis user for my own iOS DAW/sequencer needs (it makes sense for me as I also use Cubase on my desktop), it is far from the only option when it comes to this class of iOS music app. One such alternative is Music Studio from Xewton and developer Alexander Gross. I've not done a full review of the app here on the blog (my bad; it's been around on the App Store since 2010, way before the Music App Blog came into being) but it has always struck me … [Read more...]

Opening DAWs – alternative DAW/sequencing apps for iOS8

I’ve confessed often enough that my iOS DAW of choice is Cubasis. As a personal choice this makes a lot of sense for me as I’m also a Cubase user on the desktop so the Cubasis interface feels instantly familiar… and, of course, it is a very good app in it’s own right. However, there are other iOS music apps that provide alternative – and very functional – recording environments and I did a roundup sometime ago of some of the more obvious contenders. However, even above this particular list, … [Read more...]