Did you just get an iPad to use for sheet music or writing and recording music? You need some iPad accessories. That way, you can get more done without having to struggle!
I use everything from an Apple Pencil to a MIDI instrument. That way, I can make music more easily with my iPad. I don’t have to use my laptop just to create music, so I can save on space and weight.
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When you think of the piccolo, do you cringe? Think about the high screaming sounds? Well, maybe you just haven’t played the right piccolo music.
Some music can be too hard for piccolo newbies, and it may give you the wrong impression of the instrument. Fortunately, there are plenty of great books and pieces for piccolo players.
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Are you tired of carrying around a ton of sheet music? Consider if you should use the regular iPad to lighten your load without leaving important pieces at home.
I’ve used an iPad for sheet music for a couple of years. While it’s not perfect, it’s a pretty good, flexible option. It’s not nearly as massive as the Pro, but you can still use it to read and create sheet music.
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As the world opens up, more musicians are starting to travel with their instruments. If you’re looking to fly with a flute, you need to take some precautions to protect it.
That way, you can enjoy your trip, and you won’t be stressing about losing it or having someone steal it. And you won’t have to switch flights to avoid checking your flute.
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When I bought my current iPad a couple of years ago, I thought I would use it to sight read. Soon after, I started reading all of my sheet music on an iPad. And I don’t think I can go back to using paper.
But that doesn’t mean I think the iPad is perfect. There are a few cons but tons of pros to consider.
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