iShred LIVE works with standard iOS guitar interfaces to bring killer effects and tools for your guitar! Just plug in and crank it up: the free iShred LIVE app puts you in control of an amp simulator with variable overdrive, and starts you with two free effects, the HK-2000 digital delay and Q-36 Space Modulator/Flanger, and a built-in noise gate and filter.
JamUp XT comes with 1 amp and 6 effects. JamUp Pro XT adds fully 6 amps and 16 stomp-box and premium rack effects - including distortion, compression, tape delay, tremolo and spring reverb. Both JamUp XT and JamUp Pro XT include Jam player, phrase sampler, ToneSharing, preset manager, 8-track recorder (optional), live-view, tuner and metronome.
Kontrol is an Android and iOS MIDI app that lets you control Traktor. Its key feature is a touchstrip that replaces the usual 2 bulky jog wheels.
The touchstrip gives room for more buttons to do without unhandy "Shift" or swipe gestures.
More special features like Remix Deck controls or the Browser are just one click away!
DJ Rig is a full-featured, double-deck DJ mixing app for iPhone. It provides instant song-playing from the device’s music library, automatic tempo sync and beat match, sample-based pads and performance recording, plus an arsenal of high-quality DJ effects.
When used with the new iRig MIX audio mixer for iOS devices, DJ Rig provides the most portable professional setup for mobile DJs and musicians.
Lemur allows you to turn your device into a fully customizable MIDI control surface. Lemur has more features which makes it a lot more powerful than TouchOSC.
However, this functionality comes at the cost of complexity and makes Lemur harder to get started with. But if you want to make sure you have every single control option available, it is the most powerful control software you can have.
KORG Module is a high-quality sound module app for iOS that contains a professional sound library. With just your iPad/iPhone and a MIDI keyboard such as the new microKEY, you can play studio-quality keyboard and grand piano sounds anywhere.
You can also use the sounds of KORG Module for the KORG Gadget music production app.
The VCS3 was created in 1969 by Peter Zinovieff's EMS company. The electronics were largely designed by David Cockerell and the machine's distinctive visual appearance was the work of electronic composer Tristram Cary.
The VCS3 was more or less the first portable commercially available synthesizer—portable in the sense that the VCS 3 was housed entirely in a small, wooden case.