By Cody Lee on Mar 20, 2013
This is pretty interesting. Apple has updated its GarageBand for iOS app today with support for Audiobus—a third party app that allows you to connect multiple audio applications together to create an entire digital studio.
You can use Audiobus to play music from a synthesizer app, and record it live into a looper or multi-track recording app, all from your iPhone or iPad. And now, with today’s update, GarageBand can get in on the fun… Read More
By Christian Zibreg on Sep 19, 2012
With today’s release of iOS 6 and OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.2, Apple has updated its Podcasts app with support for iCloud subscription syncing. Just a few minutes later, updates to Apple’s other apps went live in iTunes, including iLife and iWork apps and utils like Find My Friends, Remote, AirPort Utility and more. With so many third-party apps being updated for iOS 6 support as we speak, you may want to prioritize your downloads. Here’s what’s new in Apple’s own updated apps for your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad… Read More
By Cody Lee on Jan 16, 2012
Looking for a fun, innovative way to learn how to play the guitar? Well if you happen to own an iPad, you might not have to look further than Ion Audio‘s new Guitar Apprentice.
The guitar-shaped tablet accessory made its debut last week at the Consumer Electronics Show, and it’s been getting a lot of positive feedback. Keep reading for an overview of the Apprentice and a video of it in action… Read More
By Cody Lee on Jun 22, 2011
Fruity Loops (FL) is a popular Windows application for creating and producing music. It’s ease of use and generally low cost has made the title a staple for up-and-coming music producers and amateurs alike.
Even with its endless stacks of music-making titles, the iOS community has been calling for a mobile version of the application for quite some time. It looks like FL-lovers can rejoice as Image-Line just announced that Fruity Loops Studio Mobile will be available as of today in the App Store… Read More
By Cody Lee on Jun 19, 2011
Frequent iDB readers know how much we love featuring iPhone-related innovations. Inventors have really pushed the envelope of the device’s capabilities, turning it into anything from a 360-degree video camera, to a remote control for RC airplanes.
This new accessory may not necessarily blow your mind, but it might just blow your ear drums. It’s based on the classic “air guitar” dance and promises to use your iPhone to turn those arm-flailing, head-banging motions into actual music… Read More
By Sebastien Page on Jun 4, 2011
Isn’t it amazing what you can do nowadays with just an iPad and the GarageBand application? Whether you’re into music or not, you can only agree that this is a match made in heaven.
A couple weeks ago I shared with you this video of a guy shredding at the guitar on his iPad using GarageBand. In the same style, I’d like you to check out this video of a guy playing a cover of the Cure’s “Just Like Heaven”… Read More
By Alex Heath on Apr 27, 2011
Thanks to a new hack for running iPad apps on the iPhone, someone has been able to successfully run GarageBand on the iPhone 4. GarageBand is a relatively new addition to iOS that was introduced alongside the iPad 2.
Although the App Store’s GarageBand is specifically designed for the iPad, it can also be hacked to run on a jailbroken iPhone.
Watch a demo video after the break! Read More
By Guest Author on Sep 19, 2010
Every time there is an update in the iPhone’s operating system the leaks start pouring in when the betas start getting passed out. This time with 4.2 it is no different. An improvement or adjustment I took notice in was the supposed tweaks to the YouTube experience and CoreMIDI support.
iLounge reports that the YouTube additions start and (apparently) end with adding of “Like” and “Dislike” buttons. If this is true it obviously offers no solace to those who’ve fallen in love with jailbreak app, YourTube 2… Read More