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I don’t get why people come here to piss and moan about no Ableton Live for iOS. Then it all falls apart because there’s no time stretching. I trust that Ableton will seize the right opportunities. Gadget is so amazingly fast to work in once you get to know it. The ipad has many great noise making machines, and it certainly can suffice as a multitrack recorder, if you play live and only need a few tracks with minor editing.

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I love doing lots of long sketches and then chopping and pasting the results together on PC. If so, using Gadget is better for that sort of thing. It has a wealth of available sounds so will expand your library also. While its not technically a Daw and its nowhere near as powerful as Ableton its a lot easier for me to aphhex to than Apbex and Auria Pro. They will come in useful even if you decide to go back to Ableton. However my current living situation Africa has forced me to downsize to an iPad.


I’m in a similar situation, and I have to warn you, using an ipad to produce that type of music will be close to twij. Specially if you use Session view a lot in Ableton.


Then it all falls apart because there’s no time stretching. Cubasis for more traditional DAW capabilities.

Some take the easy way out by having both guilty. And did I mention the norm is Ableton Link proves they’re doing a damn, fine job of paying attention. October edited October Since there are many different ways to use Ableton Live, it would be helpful to hear how you used it. Then go and make a new form of twon that makes people go WOW. If I had to select only one at this point it would be AP, but I also know in my heart of hearts that a talented me would beat the socks off the regular me with either.

I trust that Ableton will seize the right opportunities. The iPad has other strengths that make it a valuable musical instrument in itself, and unique in lots of ways.

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Multitrack DAW works for the timeline page as well, but it lacks midi sequencing. If so, Auria or Cubase might work for you. I’ll be honest here. Then find aphx way on iOS and the wonders of touch screen apps. It has its idiosyncrasies, but don’t they we all? So here it goes. Especially given the types of music you’re referencing.


So here it goes I’ve used Ableton on my Mac for years now – I feel comfortable with it. And it’s on iPhone too. Also buy Samplr and watch some videos of people using it creatively.

Personally I do this mostly inside Gadget and I find ways round the tiwn sample length limitations on bringing external samples in because I really like arranging and polishing tracks in Gadget and the channel FX are now much better.

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Live has the handy “play next scene” feature that handles this nicely. Tiwn pro is bit outdated compared to cubasis which just got updatedbut its getting an update soon as well.

October in General App Discussion. Google is your friend as the forum search is not very user-friendly. Cubasis is probably the closest. For building up loops similar to Ableton session view, either Gadget as a closed system, or Modstep or Apjex Looper for a more open system to sequence other apps.

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