Want to learn more about GigBoss? It is our latest App, available for iPad! Musicians will love it, especially the MIDI functionality! Watch this video to learn more!
GigBoss is a must have for every gigging musician. You can enter lyrics and/or other notes, key, tempo and midi controller and program change information for as many songs as you like. Then you can group songs into sets in any combination. Next you group sets into shows. Then, when it comes time for the performance, you have all the info you need, and your midi gear will automatically switch to the correct program for each song. NOTE: Midi features of GigBoss require the MidiMobilizer iPad midi interface from Line 6. Even without using Midi, GigBoss makes being organized and prepared for your gig a breeze. No more paper setlists - no more lyrics written on the back of a bar napkin - no more trying to remember which keyboard patch you used for that song.
Yep, it just showed up. Go to Settings -> Music and you’ll see it magically appear at the top. The service isn’t live just yet, but it sure looks like it will be soon.
The social media department is pretty happy with our new plans, dreams, and goals! There are so many great mobile app ideas that are becoming reality! We have been working very hard to keep you up to date with all the latest from HQ in Denver, and on that note, our latest mobile app project will wrap up Monday and launch soon after! We are beyond excited to see all the creative ways people use it. Can you say MIDI?
Brand new iPhone app fresh from our lab. ‘Jam With…’ is aimed at the music industry and is a dream for musicians.
We are launching the app via our blog BEFORE we go to record labels with the concept. We have one major UK band signed up but essentially this is a social experiment. Share the content, let us know which band YOU want to see in the app and you never know, you might be in luck!
The Library of Congress, working with Sony, now streams a collection of 10,000 historical recordings, including Caruso and other pre-1925 greats. This “National Jukebox” is a bit of a hodge-podge, including everything from early jazz to poetry to yodeling, but digging through the archive is half the fun.