Are you still excited by iOS music apps?
I am not...
For me, we have got enough music apps to make any kind of music in almost all conceivable ways.
Prior to the release of nano studio ( hurry with nano 2 Matt please), we had toys that made sounds that could not be used to construct full songs.
Now we have a host of synths, drum machines, a few daws/ sequencers and a trillion fx apps.
We can route via AB, IAA or add ( scant few) as AUV3 in a decent daw
And we have some unusual generative type apps and sound mangers, what to speak of groovebox apps
I think AB 2 can now host 900 apps at least, am I right @sebastian ? And before long many of these will do AB3 then you have even more infinite possibilities...
So, what I am saying is that we are here..and we get more of the same kind of apps being released..beforehand it was all new, uncharted territory and I long for mor unique apps and complete sequencer/ daw type apps like the mythological nanostudio 2. Where you can get lost in one environment and stay there without having to buy more and more synths
As far as I can tell, the only problem with GarageBand is that one would depend on auv3 to get some decent sounds in as the built in sounds are limited and generic.i find IAA and AB quite problematic with GB..
what are your thoughts?