iOS Music Apps Revealed!
This episode introduces my 20 iOS music apps. These are some of the most powerful tools around - for music students, music instructors and gigging musicians alike. Plus, you’ll get a concise explanation of each app, not just a long list. After listening to the podcast, you can download a full list at musicprotest.com/episode2/! Finally, please subscribe to the podcast by following on soundcloud - and never miss another episode!
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This episode discusses iOS music apps that are useful for music students, music instructors, band leaders, solo musicians, composers, gigging musicians and songwriters. These iOS music apps here are useful for any instrument.
The length of this podcast episode is 26:56 minutes.
Related (other Music Protest items):
Music Protest has also published an excellent, free video lesson related to this podcast. You can watch it at any time on our YouTube Channel. We'd recommend watching this lesson to learn more about how you can use GarageBand to quickly make a high-quality jam track in any genre. Please contact us if you'd like to see more tutorials like this one!
This episode features my top 20 iOS music apps - apps that are most useful for music students, instructors and gigging pros. In addition to listening to this free podcast, you can download the podcast supplement and follow along. Each podcast references a free download that summarizes and/or expands on content in the podcast.