If you’re feeling a bit adventurous you can import locally-stored files directly into the app, then edit them, add filters, or just change them in any other way.
Don’t be turned off by the interface since it requires a lot of swiping here and there between workspace and recording screens, once you get the hang of it, you’ll be making masterpieces in no time.
Beats and bloops
Okay so let’s see how to create some beats and bloops!
With these apps, you can create your own music easily without touching an instrument!
Beatwave for iOS is a really creative way to make unique beats on the go.
All you need to do is open the app, choose the sounds you like, start making the pattern and provided grids.
There is the layering of multiple tracks option and adding different effects to each piece that makes this app so awesome.
The free version of the app comes with 20 different virtual instruments
For additional instruments, you can download more than 200 from the Beatwave store.
Figure for iOS and Windows works great and if you’re a beginner you will love how simply you can adjust the circular modules (a cheeky reference to the Circle of Fifths) to create truly mesmerizing beats.
Tuning your new music into any key and adjust the tempo to any BPM is a powerful feature as well.
But on the other hand, there are some bugs that need to be addressed before this app can function as it supposes to so be aware of that.
This app has a clean professional look to it, you can render your projects to audio and export them to a number of different places like Soundcloud, Google Drive etc.
You can also add automation to your sounds and add swing to your music.
With the option to purchase extra sound packs, this app makes it easy to keep using the default sounds which are still really high quality
The sequencer is really easy to use with drum choice going from left to right and the play direction running from top to bottom, pretty simple, right?!
If you want to change the length of the sequence from 1-bar to 8-bars it’s possible.
With a wide variety of synth sounds like phat bass sounds, cutting leads and washed out reverby pads.
There are automation clips below each midi clip: volume, tone, delay, reverb, shape, low and highpass filters, ducker, pan and pitch.
If you venture into the settings you have the choice of changing the session tempo, key and scale within that key as well as a couple of other options which makes this app even more impressive.There you have it, the best beat making app for iphone users!
Picking the best beat making app for iphone is a tricky one but I believe if you invest in the time to try few of them you will finally come down to the best choice for your music taste.
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