Adam Williams

Adam is a tech and music writer based in North Wales. When not working, you’ll usually find Adam tinkering with old Macintosh computers, reading history books, or exploring the countryside with his dog Finley. You can follow him on twitter here

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Having long been a Microsoft-only stalwart, and a compelling reason for Mac users to keep a Windows computer lying around, Fruity Loops Studio has unexpectedly made the jump to iOS.

iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch versions of FL Studio Mobile are now available, perhaps signalling an increased possibility of a future Mac version too. Let’s take a look at how well this much loved software translates onto the iPad…


With the iPad, the tools of music-making software have now been placed into the hands of anyone, regardless of knowledge or skill – all that is needed is an imagination and the will to create!

Carry on reading for 8 great examples of music-related iOS Apps that will encourage you to think about using your iPad to create music, no experience necessary…


In recent years, iOS music-making software has undergone a swift transition from gimmick to thriving and innovative platform. It’s capable of serious audio work, exceeding what was previously thought possible with a touchscreen device, and becoming an invaluable tool for musicians along the way.

Below, we take a brief look at a selection of noteworthy iOS apps and hardware.


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