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Proper mobile music-making has been a reality for a while now, especially on the iOS format. With a 12-plus-year history, the iPhone has had plenty of time to bed in, so iOS music-making has really exploded, with incredible apps – from full-fledged DAWs to incredible soft synths – produced by both the established players in music production and newer app developers. Some of those established players include Apple (with GarageBand), Steinberg (with Cubasis) and Korg (with Gadget and a many mobile synths). Now Propellerhead looks like taking further strides into mobile music-making with Reason Compact, the subject of this workshop.

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