iOS Music Weekly (12/22/14 – 12/28/14)

December 22, 2014

Did you miss the latest happenings in the iOS world throughout the last week? Don’t sweat it, we’ve got you covered here at iOS Music And You. Every Monday we’ll be filling you in on the most recent news, new app releases, and the on-site happenings. You can get a taste of everything that’s fueling [...]

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iOS Music And You Podcast 020: MIDI Designer Interview (Part 2), Svep, Ruckers 1628

December 18, 2014

Right Click Here To Download The Podcast Welcome to Episode #20 of the iOS Music And You Podcast, the place where we talk about making music on the iPad and iPhone! I wanted to start by Doug Woods for his fantastic feature, the iOS Community Music Special, which has been rolling music from a number [...]

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iOS Music Tunes: Blow My Blocks Off by Frozen Lonesome

December 16, 2014

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 [...]

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iOS Music Weekly (12/15/14 – 12/21/14)

December 15, 2014

Did you miss the latest happenings in the iOS world throughout the last week? Don’t sweat it, we’ve got you covered here at iOS Music And You. Every Monday we’ll be filling you in on the most recent news, new app releases, and the on-site happenings. You can get a taste of everything that’s fueling [...]

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iOS Music And You Podcast 019: MIDI Designer Interview (Part 1), Laplace Synth, Arpeggionome Pro

December 11, 2014

Right Click Here To Download The Podcast Welcome to Episode #19 of the iOS Music And You Podcast, the place where we talk about making music on the iPad and iPhone! I wanted to start by thanking a few people that have been supporting the show – John from Music App Blog recently wrote a [...]

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iOS Music And You Podcast 018: Chris Ritchie Interview, Ruckers 1628, Sunrizer Synth

December 4, 2014

Right Click Here To Download The Podcast Welcome to Episode #18 of the iOS Music And You Podcast, the place where we discuss making music on the iPad and iPhone!  If you listen closely to the show, you’ll hear me mistakenly refer to this as episode #17, but yes, we are at show #18!  There’s [...]

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iOS Music Weekly (12/1/14 – 12/7/14)

December 1, 2014

Did you miss the latest happenings in the iOS world throughout the last week? Don’t sweat it, we’ve got you covered here at iOS Music And You. Every Monday we’ll be filling you in on the most recent news, new app releases, and the on-site happenings. You can get a taste of everything that’s fueling [...]

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iOS Music And You Podcast 017: November News Wrap-Up With Tim Webb

November 28, 2014

Right Click Here To Download The Podcast Welcome to Episode #17 of the iOS Music And You Podcast, the place where we discuss making music on the iPad and iPhone! Thanks to everyone who has been sharing my excitement about the podcast recently – the positive energy really keeps me moving forward with the show [...]

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iOS Music Weekly (11/24/14 – 11/30/14)

November 24, 2014

Did you miss the latest happenings in the iOS world throughout the last week? Don’t sweat it, we’ve got you covered here at iOS Music And You. Every Monday we’ll be filling you in on the most recent news, new app releases, and the on-site happenings. You can get a taste of everything that’s fueling [...]

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iOS Music And You Podcast 016: Holderness Media Interview (Part 2), Fiddlewax Pro, NanoStudio

November 20, 2014

Right Click Here To Download The Podcast Welcome to Episode #16 of the iOS Music And You Podcast, the place where we discuss making music on the iPad and iPhone! I’m really excited that the podcast is up and rolling again, and I’m feeling good about getting another episode out right away. I wanted to [...]

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