Developer Replikon has released a series of apps dedicated to learning specific woodwind instruments. They even let you import your own MIDI files. Here is a demo video of the features in the apps.
Note: In the video he says they are Universal, but on iTunes they are all iPad only!
Reader Florent emailed in to let me know about this update to Wejaam, a fun and free music sequencer. Or at least it was free, but that wasn't paying so this update adds a shop. The Audiobus and AudioCopy functionality are part of the Pro package for $5.
What's new in Weejaam v1.2:
SHOP:Opportunity to purchase, via In-App Purchases, programs in different categories.
- AUDIO COPY: The sequence played is copied into a buffer and can be pasted into another application.
- EXPORT LOOPS: Allows to export an audio sample corresponding to the sequence played to your favorite DAW Ableton, Cubase, Protools, Logic, Imea ...
- SoundCloud: A menu allows you to transfer your recordings to your SoundCloud account.
- PRESETS: You can create up to 4 parameter presets for each area.
- AUDIOBUS: Compatible AUDIOBUS with iPhone 4S, iPad 3 or higher.
There are several Karaoke apps out on iOS, but most are just trying to get you to pay far out the ass for IAP songs. SingSaam lets you import your own Karaoke collection and the Pro doesn't even have an IAPs!
SingSaam was previously available on iPad, and now there is an iPhone version.
SingSaam iTunes Description:
SingSaam: Karaoke designed for ease of use, family oriented, cost efficient (one-time app purchase) no in-app purchases required, load your pre-owned karaoke songs or load it from any source, designed to work with AirPlay technology (stream to tv conveniently), basically sing and record anywhere without the need of 3g or internet, you're able to create your very own youtube karaoke playlist with the songs of your choice, reserve songs while other perform, Imagine your very own karaoke system right in your iPhone? That's the phenomenal innovation of SingSaam!
Other karaoke APPs: Not that user-friendly, you have to buy songs from their store $1.49 per song (if they dont have the song then you'll never have a complete library), hidden fees, 3g or internet required, lack of youtube support, Not AirPlay technology friendly (stream with delay issues), require a microphone to record and no reserve or queue options.