A review of the AirTurn BT-105 Bluetooth foot pedal for turning pages while playing a musical instrument.
Now that you’ve got your iPad and your apps, you’ll definitely want a case to protect it while it’s on your stand. It’s a long way down if it should fall, and it’s a lot easier to handle the iPad when it’s in a case. There are literally thousands and thousands of cases/bags/skins/wraps, at just [...]
So it’s official. Looks like Apple has sent out invitations for an iPad event on March 2. Here’s hoping for a less shiny screen! See graphic from the invitation here.
This is the fifth part in a look at what the iPad has to offer you if you’re a classical/acoustic musician. The earlier posts are here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 Today’s post is about how to use the iPad as your electronic tuner, but before I get into that, people have [...]
This the fourth in a series on the iPad for classical/acoustic musicians. Part 1, part 2, part 3 Musicnotes Sheet Music Viewer for iPad If you ever buy sheet music via download, you know Musicnotes.com, which is pretty much the only authorized source for a lot of the more current tunes. They do provide a [...]
Once you have your iPad, the next thing is to decide what app(s) you want to use for storing and organizing your sheet music. For the most part you want to have your music in PDF format, and a lot of people bumble along with one of the generic PDF readers like GoodReader or iBooks, [...]
So just what can the ipad do for you on a gig? Well, you can fit all the sheet music you could possibly want on the longest job on something you can easily hold in one hand, for one thing. And it can also replace your electronic tuner, stand light, watch, and calendar. It can [...]
A look at some of the ways the iPad comes in handy for classical and acoustic musicians.