Whether you like the idea of the Apple iPad as a music platform or not, it's off to a serious start with the Korg iElectribe.
The iElectribe is described as a virtual version of the Electribe-R, but it's really it's own beast - losing dedicated hardware controls, and gaining menus
Anyone that's used any of the Electribes, though, shoiuld be right at home.
Are you ready to take iPad apps seriously?
Check out the video and let us know what you think!
Pricing and Availability
it's available now in the iTunes App Store. An introductory price of US $9.99 is being offered until June 30, 2010.More News: Like This
HOLEY "SHUT YOUR MOUTH!" I'm just talkin bout iPad.
02-Apr-10 09:22 AM
Wow. Thats pretty compelling.
02-Apr-10 10:21 AM
Geeeeezzz! This is just the tip of the iceberg for computer music afficionados... Imagine what companies will be coming up with ... Wow! :) Compelling indeed!
02-Apr-10 11:37 AM
The future of music software has just arrived.
Nice one, Korg!
Nice one, Korg!
02-Apr-10 12:19 PM
I thought this was an april fools joke?!?!?!?
02-Apr-10 09:26 PM
I thought this was an April fools joke?
02-Apr-10 09:27 PM
That's a cool app! Have you seen Beatbox Pad yet? It's a drum app for iPad with 28 great sounds. There's a demo video on http://beatboxpad.com
04-Apr-10 09:40 AM
Please join the iPad Audio/Music Apps group here:
05-Apr-10 04:16 AM
can you midi sync this? can you flick it to a plugin in your favourite software ( Live, Logic, Cubase etc ) for further production enhancement??? If not then it's just a toy! - When will these companies truly catch on to what producers want?????
14-Apr-10 10:42 PM
Urs Heckman is buying up almost every hardware synth of the last 50 years!
Marc St Regis takes us through the new line of eurorack modules
A faithful recreation of a classic - but with some interesting new features