Do you want to read sheet music on the go? You should get an iPad, but first, compare an iPad vs. iPad Pro. Both options can be useful, but one might be a better choice for you.
Whether you want a bigger screen or something more affordable, you can find what you need. Then, you won’t have to carry around a ton of folders or music books.
Continue reading “iPad vs. iPad Pro for Musicians”
As a musician, you have a lot of gear to carry. Add sheet music to that, and you could hurt your back. But in this iPad review, I’ll share a few ways you can use an iPad to lighten your load.
Not only can you use an iPad for sheet music, but you can also use it as a tuner. You can buy digital files or scan paper music, and you can keep everything in one place. Continue reading “iPad Review for Musicians”
If you have an iPad, you may have a lot of apps on it already. But what’s one more? The IMSLP app is perfect for musicians who want to find and organize their music on the go.
To make the most out of the app, you should know what it is and how to use it. The app has tons of features that you can use, and you can use the IMSLP app in a way that works for you. Continue reading “IMSLP App: Overview and Tips”
With the advancement of the internet and tablets like the iPad, more musicians are starting to go digital with their sheet music libraries. I am a part of the “revolution,” and many of us have taken to one particular app: forScore.
forScore is a digital sheet music reader, and it’s a must-have for any musician that uses an iPad for sheet music. If you want to convert part or all of your music to PDFs, you need this app. Continue reading “forScore: Beginner’s Guide”
If you play a lot of music, you know the struggle of keeping track of everything. But what if you could use an iPad for sheet music?
That’s right. You can store your sheet music digitally. That can save you space, and you’ll know you always have what you need. Continue reading “Should You Use an iPad for Sheet Music?”