Here is a brand new music video from the upcoming ‘Rise’ EP. This is from the last track ‘Improvisation (Paris)’ – an improvised piano piece influenced by the French Capital.
‘Rise’ EP comes out on June 15th.
I’m a huge fan of the mobile video editor for iOS which is fast becoming a professional standard piece of software.
To celebrate 500 subscribers on YouTube, I’ve released a free LUT pack with creative filters for your video. The pack includes 6 free LUTs and can be downloaded here. Watch the video to see the LUTs in action.
These LUTs also work with other editors such as Lightroom, FCPX and Premiere.
Another new track! This one is called ‘Drive-Thru’ and is also available to buy on BandCamp! I made this track using Cubasis on the iPad, plus plugins such as a Roli Noise and Syntronik.
As part of my weekly #FilmFriday, I’ve made a tutorial for LumaFusion, the iPad video editor that is fast becoming as powerful as desktop applications. In this tutorial, I show you how to create that classic VHS static effect in your videos. Check out the video above and please like, comment and subscribe.
I recently made a video about IK Multimedia’s new keyboard, the iRig Keys I/O 25. It’s a midi controller with built in audio interface and works with both laptops and iPads. If you like the video, please like, comment and subscribe over on YouTube.
I bought a HomePod. Is it any good? Well, I made a short video about it with some of my thoughts, including if it’s any good for iOS musicians. If you like the video, please head over to YouTube and like/comment/subscribe.
The track featured in my recent portable Studio video has been released on BandCamp and you can also view the video above.
The track is available in MP3 and hi-resolution FLAC, and you can pay what you want. Buy it here.
A new video for the new year. I’ve started off with a tour of my portable music making Setup, that I used during the festive period.
The setup features the iPad Pro 10.5, iRig Keys I/O 25, Korg MicroKey Air and other musical goodies.
Here is my latest video, a demonstration of the Ravenscroft 275 piano AU for iPad. It’s a killer app and worth every penny. If you want to download the custom presets I made for it, click here. You’ll need to connect your iPad to a laptop running iTunes to import them. Instructions for this process can be found here. To purchase Ravenscroft 275 for iPad and iPhone, click here.