iOS is a dazzling operating software, and it powers some fantastic devices, for example the iPhone 4s, the upcoming iPhone 5 and the new iPad. But are you aware iOS has some amazing music production apps, allowing you to compose your own beats wherever you go. A number of these apps also have such stellar sound quality you can even use them in professional albums. Gorillaz did it, so if it's ok for them, it’s good enough for us.
1. Firstly, Garage Band for the iPad takes the crown as the best way to record coarse examples of any external istruments wherever you go. When it is time to record and produce professionally, we prefer a nice iMac with a gigantic display and some pro audio production software like Logic, but Garage Band is an excellent solution for jotting ideas down before you lose them. With some external equipment that permits you to hook up your instrument of choice to your iPad, it is an wonderful solution for mobile musicians that like to travel light.
2. Up next, the Funk Box holds it down for the beat heads. It is a straightforward app that mimics some of the more popular drum machines. The sound quality is phenomenal for hip-hop and electronic beats, and it’s pretty easy to utilize. A good producer could easily turn these sounds into the spine of a popular song, but the built-in recording feature also lets you use it as a sketchpad when you’re out of the stuido (or even in the studio).
3. The 3rd item on our list is named Polychord, which is a synthesizer app that only plays chords. Enter your key of choice and customize the settings to produce custom, pretty sounds that feel right at home in a variety of genres. The sound is rather unique, but it is not perfect for each scenario. But when it’s handy, it’s actually helpful (and lots of fun).
4. The Gorillaz made use of the Korg iElectribe app in one of their latest albums. We find it more handy as a beatbox, but it's also a straightforward synthesizer too. We find it really helpful for jotting down fascinating beats, and the sound quality is good enough to transfer your favourite parts into a studio-produced song.
5. Eventually, the Animoog app by Moog is another great synthesizer. This one mimics a range of moog synthesizers. There’s enough virtual knobs, buttons and settings that you can make each sound your own, and we would not be shocked to hear this app in well-produced hip-hop and dance albums.
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