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iPad, iPhone, iConquered...

April 24, 2012

Dear Readers,

As I was working on a double review for some interesting new Apogee products, MiC and JAM, which are designed to work with iPads and iPhones (oh, yes, and Macs too... so 2009!), I am finding myself quite fascinated with the possibilities.

I only recently became one more of the millions of users of these Steve Jobs brainchildren, and am already seeing the potential for my own music making and recording endeavors.

I personally love the portability, the ease of use and the tactile access the screens provide... And know I have just begun to, er, scratch the surface...

Are you making music with iPads and iPhones? What are your experiences and opinions?

More soon!

Have fun Recording!

All the best from L.A.,

Beto Hale

Editor-at-Large

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 Response to iPad, iPhone, iConquered...

Andrew Morse says

August 5, 2013 at 10:02 am

http://Www.andrewmorseportfolio.com

Yes, I am currently using all on board Apple product and for once quality and learning curve have met! I love the Apogee interfaces for portability (using the Jam and Quartet). My fiancé and I took a trip to a recent show and during my down time I could set up and start recording in the hotel room. Love Logic X and Apple is finally getting it right. They proved all their critics wrong! Cheers! - Andrew

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