Premiere sheet music app forScore comes to iPhone in a separate mini app! They make a note at the bottom that this is designed for the larger iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus screens. Apple does not allow developers to specify apps are only intended for those devices, so it's buyer beware.
forScore mini iTunes Description:
Amazingly powerful and incredibly portable; go ahead, take your show on the road. With forScore mini, your sheet music has never been better—it’s everything you can do with paper, and so much more. New to the iPhone*, it's the complete sheet music reading experience that has wowed musicians all over the world for years, now right in your pocket.
The heart of forScore mini is Reflow, a revolutionary feature that automatically detects systems of music on each page of your standard PDF files and lays them out end-to-end like a horizontal teleprompter. Of course, that's just the beginning—all of the great features of forScore for iPad are available:
Add metadata to your PDF scores for a perfectly browsable, instantly searchable music library Create bookmarks to use a range of pages from a larger PDF file without splitting it into separate files Make Setlists to group scores manually and play through them from start to finish
Annotate by drawing, typing, or placing common symbols and shapes onto the page Link audio tracks to your scores for instant access, looping, speed adjustment, and more Record yourself to review or share your rehearsals
Add scores from cloud services like iCloud Drive, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Box, and more Print or share your scores, with or without annotations Share complete setlists to get the band up and running in no time
Create links to handle repeats with a single tap Rearrange and duplicate pages of a score to play without jumping back and forth Connect your Bluetooth page turner for hands-free navigation and customizable shortcuts
Hear or see your tempo with the built-in metronome Find your starting pitch with our pitch pipe (complete with a Today View widget for quick access!) Broadcast stored MIDI commands when opening a score, open scores with incoming commands, and more
* iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus strongly recommended for the best possible experience
FingerTip MIDI was released just last month, and today the iPhone version is free! Earhoof has been price-bouncing for the last three months, but today it is at its lowest price ever at just $1. Thanks to reader anonymouse for that news!
Both versions of PixiTracker were updated today with Audiobus 2/IAA support and more. I can't imagine how this happened, but the icons on the two apps seem to have been switched on iTunes.
PixiTracker (Both) iTunes Description:
new song parameter - Shuffle; now any song parameters (BPM, Shuffle, Number of lines, Number of tracks) can be changed in the Main Menu -> Song Settings; Audiobus 2 and IAA (partially) support; bugs fixed.
SunVox developer Alexander Zolotov has released a couple of new videos showing off some of the advanced features in his app. Embedded below is an example of using the MetaModule to create a recursive arpeggiator. There is also a video on how to achieve multiple effects per track, using the Previous Track command.
MetaModule is a full-featured copy of SunVox in a single module. So you can include one SunVox-project into another recursively. Some complex synth or effect (with large amount of the modules) may be hidden in MetaModule. You also can use it as arpeggiator.