Haven't got a new ios music app since September 2017. What?!
Regular forum reader here, but haven't posted in a while. And yes, the last ios music app I purchased was Zeeon last fall! Have tried to concentrate on figuring out the apps and software I already have (and save some money in the process ). When I use my ipad for music creation, I find myself gravitating more to Garageband than to anything else. I like its inherent limitations, in combination with its nonetheless excellent-sounding instruments, especially the Alchemy synth. Overall I spend the majority of my time making music in a desktop environment, but I do however like to sketch out ideas on the ipad, and sometimes even create full pieces on it as a way of taking a break from my usual music routine.
Anyway, rambling introduction aside, I've just finished a new album of mine of all computer and ipad produced music, and would like to share it here. Two of the twelve tracks on the album were completely made (except for mastering) on my ipad air 2. The following piece was created by using just three instances of Alchemy in Garageband.
The other piece from the album I'd like to share here was made using all desktop vsts, except for the conga part, which was produced using Luis Martinez's AfroLatin DM app.
As I mentioned above, one other piece on the album was also all ios-made, but I'll leave its discovery to those who are interested in listening to the rest of the album. (Actually with the excellent music-making capabilities of modern ipads, it might be difficult to distinguish it from its more-expensively-made brethren). Thanks for your time. Any comments and constructive criticism will be very much appreciated.
The entire album can be listened to on Bandcamp here: https://justinallanarnold.bandcamp.com/album/ojal-album
or on Youtube here: