16 thoughts on “iPad Music Apps Are Coming!

  1. It is an iPhone app running in the iPad simulator. You can see the “1x”/”2x” button in the lower-right corner. Also this is breaking Apple’s NDA. They better watch themselves.

  2. We need a midi controller for Windows. I use fl studio and I couldn't find one app that would work as a midi controller on windows.

  3. We need a midi controller for Windows. I use fl studio and I couldn't find one app that would work as a midi controller on windows.

  4. This might as well have just been any number of regular iphone apps enlarged on an ipad.. I agree that with the added space, we should see some new updates to the apps, not just the same thing enlarged to senior citizen proportions. Seems pretty premature to me.

  5. Beatbox Pad – wow awesome! – thats just how the appstore reviews described the iPhone version?!

    That concept is simply so inspiring where did they get the idea?

    Hey I don't suppose you are the developer? 😉

  6. Beatbox Pad – wow awesome! – thats just how the appstore reviews described the iPhone version?!

    That concept is simply so inspiring where did they get the idea?

    Hey I don't suppose you are the developer? 😉

  7. Trotskiii (UK) – Yes, the concept is simple. What makes it different is that the interface isn't just a bunch of identical black squares like most drum pads. Instead, each row of drums is given a color and a size based on importance. The bass drum, snare, and hi-hat are large since they are used most often. The result is a drum pad that is fun and less confusing. And to answer your question, yes I am the college student who developed the app. Thanks for your comment!

    [youtube AvMdeVzRwJUhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AvMdeVzRwJU youtube]

  8. Trotskiii (UK) – Yes, the concept is simple. What makes it different is that the interface isn't just a bunch of identical black squares like most drum pads. Instead, each row of drums is given a color and a size based on importance. The bass drum, snare, and hi-hat are large since they are used most often. The result is a drum pad that is fun and less confusing. And to answer your question, yes I am the college student who developed the app. Thanks for your comment!

    [youtube AvMdeVzRwJUhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AvMdeVzRwJU youtube]

  9. Trotskiii (UK) – Yes, the concept is simple. What makes it different is that the interface isn't just a bunch of identical black squares like most drum pads. Instead, each row of drums is given a color and a size based on importance. The bass drum, snare, and hi-hat are large since they are used most often. The result is a drum pad that is fun and less confusing. And to answer your question, yes I am the college student who developed the app. Thanks for your comment!

    [youtube AvMdeVzRwJUhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AvMdeVzRwJU youtube]

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