|Aug 21, 2010, 04:35 PM||#1|
iPad for piano/music practice
I am trying to decide between an ipad and a netbook/laptop and I wondered if anyone uses their ipad for things like this, or if you know of apps that could accomplish these things.
-play scorch files
-select a portion of the music to loop for practicing small sections of a piece
-transpose, adjust tempo etc
-select midi channels to practice one hand
I currently do some of this on my desktop. But that requires editing and saving a file and transferring it to my iphone because my desktop is not near my computer. While I love my phone....my 40+ year old eyes don't love the small screen
|Aug 21, 2010, 04:57 PM||#2|
There aren't currently any apps for playing Scorch files, unfortunately.
I use an app called ForScore which is mostly just a music reader as opposed to a practicing aid. What you're looking for is an all-in-one midi tool which I don't believe exists on the App Store. I could be wrong, I haven't really looked much but from initial browsing there doesn't seem to be anything.
|Aug 22, 2010, 03:14 AM||#3|
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