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    FendrGuitPlayr's Avatar
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    Default Best musical instrument apps?

    I know that you peeps probably know of many more interesting musical instrument apps
    that are available out there...

    I'm currently using Garageband (new version w/smart strings), Amplitube Fender, Korg iMS-20
    and SynthStation, so what else are you all using?
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    No musicians at all here...?
    A GOAL without a PLAN is only a WISH.
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    I use GarageBand but will check out others
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    Quote Originally Posted by draztikrhymez View Post
    I use GarageBand but will check out others
    The newest feature, smart strings, are pretty cool.
    A GOAL without a PLAN is only a WISH.
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    i like garageband
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    I have GarageBand, but I haven't messed around with it too much. I still have Everyday Looper which I used on my old iphone; this app is pretty neat, but nothing too fancy. You can loop a riff and then add to it.

    I am looking for a good recording app...something I can lay down a guitar part, then maybe a beat, and then sing. Any suggestions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmburke1982 View Post
    I have GarageBand, but I haven't messed around with it too much. I still have Everyday Looper which I used on my old iphone; this app is pretty neat, but nothing too fancy. You can loop a riff and then add to it.

    I am looking for a good recording app...something I can lay down a guitar part, then maybe a beat, and then sing. Any suggestions?
    You could use the DM1 (Drum machine) and use GB for recording or any Amplitube app
    or iProRecorder. (premier voice and music recorder).
    A GOAL without a PLAN is only a WISH.
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    Forget it guys...have some romantic feel with FLUTE ..Its great sweet sound to listen.
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    Default Best musical instrument apps?

    I think Beatmaker 2 is the best for my style of producing but Nanostudio is just as good. One of the huge reasons I like beat maker is I can unlimited tracks. I mean you can buy the 16 track pack for NS but I just like having unlimited possibilities.

    All depends on if you want the best synth or the best sampler.
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    I just got the newest Korg app called iPolysix and it's a great sounding one :

    iPolysix for iPad
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    Songster is pretty good. It plays the tablature in midi tones as it scrolls right to left so you can study and play along. It's good for figuring out songs. Obviously only as good as the tab it has in it's database, but it seems pretty good. Has different tracks for rhythm, lead, drums, bass, etc per song. Also has a slow down feature & you can flick back & forth to any part you wish.

    Also one of the Megadeth guys was involved in an app for iPad not too long ago, it looked pretty interesting, I think it was the bass player.
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    Default Re: Best musical instrument apps?

    Ultimate guitar tabs
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