Every week, iOS Music Tunes will feature a piece of music made with an iPad, iPhone, or iPod – directly from one of our readers. There’s a lot of artistic potential in iOS devices, and iOS Music And You readers are putting all the fantastic tools to use in creative and exciting ways. This regular feature will be an opportunity to appreciate the interesting things that our readers are doing with iOS music, get some new ideas, and kickstart the creative process. If you’ve made some music with an iPad, iPhone, or iPod that you want to share, submit it now – you can get the info HERE. Now sit back and enjoy today’s featured reader on iOS Music Tunes . . .

iOS musician Martin Neuhold took the FAWM challenge in 2014, turning out 14 outstanding tracks that have morphed into his latest album, Riding Pegasus. Released on the Apptronica label, Riding Pegasus puts together a high degree of musicianship, a well-thought out concept, and some good technical know-how. It’s a beautiful combination of poetry and electronic music that draws upon the idea of flying through different realms. According to Martin:

This record is a trip into those realms. It is meant to be an opportunity for the listener to ride pegasus himself. Every track is based on a piece of art, music or poetry, some reach back to the 19th century, some lyrics were written a few weeks ago. Together they form a journey through time and space, a quest for the timeless beauty of art.

It’s a beautiful recording that challenges you to think conceptually and use your imagination to journey into new worlds. This production was largely based around the use of iOS apps, including BeatMaker 2, DrumJam, Animoog, Alchemy Synth Mobile, iFretless Sax, Audio Mastering, Z3TA+, Galileo Organ, and many, many more. It’s a testament to the power of iOS to transport us with musical ideas – check out the tracks below and then support Martin’s great work by picking up the album!

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Are you making music on an iPad, iPhone, or iPod? Do you want to share your music with the iOS Music And You community? Beginner, intermediate, or advanced – it doesn’t matter. Just fill out a few quick questions and send me a link to your music. We’ll feature you in one of these Monday spots! Don’t hesitate – let’s hear the great work that you’ve been doing with iOS Music. Get the details HERE.

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