Tag archive for ‘MIDI Controllers / Interfaces’
By MusicTech.net On Thursday, January 8th, 2015

Akai APC Key 25 Review

Take two controllers on stage? Not if Akai has anything to do with it. Hollin Jones streamlines his setup with the APC Key 25… Details Price £99.99 Distributor InMusic Contact Via website Web www.akaipro.com Minimum More...

Beat Thang - Isometric View 1st
By MusicTech.net On Thursday, August 23rd, 2012

Beat Thang Review

Mobile production has evolved quite a lot over the years – we’ve certainly come a long way since the first portable multitracks. Even the classic laptop-and-audio interface setup seems dated: today you can use More...

Xone 2
By MusicTech.net On Monday, July 16th, 2012

Xone K2 Review

Allen & Heath’s Xone: range is now 19 models strong, with each new model helping to cement the company’s reputation for producing quality MIDI controllers. The first models emerged in 1999 in the shape More...

By MusicTech.net On Friday, June 17th, 2011

iRig Mic and VocaLive Review

AmpliTube really put IK Multimedia on the App Store map with its incredible features and sound for the money as well as having a dedicated interface called the iRig. Now the company looks set to take on the vocal More...

By MusicTech.net On Thursday, April 21st, 2011

BeatMaker 2

Within days of the App Store’s opening, the first version of BeatMaker made history, leading the way for serious samples-based sequencing on small iOS devices. But it suffered from poor navigation, which became More...

By MusicTech.net On Thursday, April 21st, 2011


Of all the many apps we’ve reviewed on these pages to date, Chordbot is possibly the most simple in terms of its features and interface. The app is designed as a chord progression tool that enables you to experiment More...

By MusicTech.net On Thursday, April 21st, 2011

RD3 Groovebox

For lovers of 303s and classic drum machines, this Android app offers some great sounds in a very simple-to-use package. But with simplicity comes a sacrifice in features – a lack of automation being one of them.  More...

By MusicTech.net On Thursday, March 17th, 2011

eyoControl for iPad Review

The eyoControl library for iPad consists of four main interfaces called Surface, Pad, Keys and mXY. Surface is a Mackie HUI/DAW-specific controller with channel faders, solos, mutes, transport controls and so on. More...

By MusicTech.net On Thursday, March 17th, 2011


The first version of this app was the rather bizarre Sausage Sequencer, which responded to slices of sausage placed on the iPad screen. It never got beyond the prototype stage, but by that time the developers had More...

By MusicTech.net On Thursday, February 17th, 2011


There are a few iPad tools out there for creating drum patterns, but Molten is unique as it is a dedicated drum machine as opposed to other options such as Electrify, Electribe and the iMS-20, which also allow More...