Posts tagged "software"
iPad Tutorial: TouchAble

iPad Tutorial: TouchAble

These video tutorials show how to setup and use TouchAble, the best control software for Ableton Live on the iPad.
Review: DCAM

Review: DCAM

No matter what kind of beats you're making, I strongly recommend DCAM.
iPad Review: iSequence

iPad Review: iSequence

Video tutorial and online review for iSequence, one of the best the apps that let you make songs right on your iPad.
iPhone Review: ReBirth-338!

iPhone Review: ReBirth-338!

Check out my DubSpot review of Propellerheads' software that changed the world: ReBirth-338 for iPhone.
iPad Review: TouchOSC Control, Sonorasaurus DJ App

iPad Review: TouchOSC Control, Sonorasaurus DJ App

iPad app reviews: TouchOSC is control for your computer. Sonorasaurus a horrible DJ app which shows us that although the iPad is great, it is not ready for native DJing yet.
iPad Review: iElectribe, Looptastic HD

iPad Review: iElectribe, Looptastic HD

iElectribe and Looptastic HD are two of my favorite music apps for the iPad because of their sound quality, ease-of-use, and features.
Review: Access Virus TI

Review: Access Virus TI

Access has been making awesome keyboards for years. This is the Virus TI, one of their new generation models. It combines the classic Virus sound and hardware with softsynth ease of use.
Review: TC-Helicon Harmony4

Review: TC-Helicon Harmony4

TC-Helicon’s Harmony4 is a must-have plug-in for any producer working with the TC Electronic PowerCore
Review: Ableton Live 6

Review: Ableton Live 6

Ableton Live is one of the most unique and widely used sequencers on the market today.
Review: Logic Pro 7

Review: Logic Pro 7

Logic has been in the scene for a long, long time. If you’re reading this, then you’ve heard of it already. It’s no secret or mistake that Logic is as popular as it is. Read this older review of Logic Pro 7 at MusicPlayers.com.
Review: NI Kore

Review: NI Kore

Riding closely on the heels of their first hardware release (Rig Kontrol for Guitar Rig), KORE is a hardware/software combination that functions as a standalone software host for running plug-ins.
Review: NI Absynth 3

Review: NI Absynth 3

Native Instruments’ Absynth 3 is one of the most versatile soft synths out. Not only does it make fantastic pads, but it can also rage on the basses and leads. Read the full review at MusicPlayers.com.