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    yzzman1
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    Has anybody found music or sound creation apps that you occasionally use to integrate elements into your library tracks on your DAW?

    #18350 Reply
    Desire_Inspires
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    I downloaded the iMaschine app a while back. It was fun to use, but not really useful for me. I need to have access to a ton of sounds, even though I end up using a few keys sounds for most songs. I might give it a try again, as I erased it when I updated iOS a while back.

    #18354 Reply
    yzzman1
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    Cool DI…i know what you mean. I have heard a few good things about Korg Gadget for iPad – has anyone tried that one?

    #18355 Reply
    ChuckMott
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    Dont know if garage band counts but I believe some indies have created whole albums with it.

    #18356 Reply
    Desire_Inspires
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    Dont know if garage band counts but I believe some indies have created whole albums with it.

    This one guy uses the GarageBand App to make jingles.

    Link: http://www.theawl.com/2014/10/provocations-of-a-bad-jingle-writer

    #18360 Reply
    Chuck Mott
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    Good article. understandably jaded but good. The artist I was thinking of was Grimes , I think it was a self titled album and was on Rolling Stone mag’s best albums of the year list a few years back (a list I still check out year to year). A solo female act. Was actually very good for what it was. And reportedly all done on Garageband if I’m not mistaken.

    #18361 Reply
    Chuck Mott
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    Think this track was off that album. (She’s a, er, unique one).

    #26817 Reply
    UpFromTheSkies
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    Opening this back up. What are favorite DAWs for use on the iPad? Anything cool and new? Need to be writing some cues while on tour the next couple weeks.

    #26823 Reply
    guscave
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    I used Beathawk to create a couple of cues. It was fun but it became pretty limited after a while. I’ll still use some IOS apps to get an idea whenever I want to get off my PC.

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