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[15 Mar 2012 | No Comment | ]

As far we know, no other major recording artist has done this yet, no other artist has told the story of an album like this before.
Atlantic Records has taken an uncommon approach to using Apple’s iBooks Author — touted as a creation platform that will “reinvent the textbook” — by building an interactive ebook for the band Shinedown‘s next album.
The 75-page iPad ebook will be available March 27, coinciding with the Amaryllis album release. The ebook visually tells the story of the multi-platinum rock band’s new songs, creative process and …


App store, Fun, iPad, iPad 2, iPad accessory, Media, Music, Music app, Music industry »

[12 Jan 2012 | No Comment | ]

Karaoke comes to the iPad – so you can sing, record, share and have fun – all with the magical touch of your iPad!
With your iPad as your karaoke stage and studio, you can sound like a pro, record your stellar performances, and share your favorites with one touch!
Soulo’s innovative features get you inside the song like never before.
SING with built-in pitch enhancement so you’re always in key.
Turn the lead vocals up if you want to hear them or down if you’re ready to take the …


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[15 Nov 2010 | No Comment | ]

It’s our pleasure to make a little publicity for Logic Consulting’s BaDaBing 1.0, a touch drum kit for the iPad.
BaDaBing includes more more crashes and toms than any other similar app and the response time from touch to sound is unsurpassed. The animations of the drum kit provide the user instant visual feedback in addition to sound. The drum surfaces depress and the crashes rock back and forth giving the user a complete experience.
Even with such a bonanza, the app is free, with some ad inside, or US$ 0.99, …


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[14 Nov 2010 | No Comment | ]

Did you read all that bullshit about the iPad being a consumption device, neither good for work nor content production?
Well, Damon Albarn told NME to have recorded his new Gorillaz album on an iPad.
I’ve made it on an iPad – I hope I’ll be making the first record on an iPad, Damon said. I fell in love with my iPad as soon as I got it, so I’ve made a completely different kind of record.
Now it’s clear that whatever you read in the past about iPad not being able to …