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I use the iPad live and have recently been teaching others how to use it during practice and live. I mostly use iGrand Piano, but have also used Nave and some Alchemy arps. I'm still wanting to integrate Galileo, but I haven't quite got the organ sounds I'm looking for yet. I used to use GarageBand for organs, but I had a dedicated keyboard hooked up to the iPad. Now I have everything running through iConnectMIDI (original) and since GB is OMNI mode only, it responds to EVERYTHING so I no longer use GarageBand.I've recently been using the terrific Yamaha series of apps for quick voice editing and creating setlists. I have a Motif-Rack XS and often use an S90-XS. The Yamaha apps are really nice for editing. It's great for setting the tempo, adding some delay, changing the EQ. Last weekend I used an arpeggiated sound and used the Yamaha Voice Editor app to manually switch which arp sequence played.I've even brought back my old iPad 1 as it is perfect for running the Yamaha editors as they don't require excessive CPU.I continue learning new ways to become more productive and am now trying to encourage others, showing them how the iPad can benefit during practice and performance time.
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