do you use any music-related apps? which ones?
stephin the magnetic fields: just voice memos. it’s simple and convenient.
james dump/yo la tengo: funkbox, filtatron, and animoog. all are useful, and fun.
hannah grass widow: garageband.
stephen the real tuesday weld: tune in radio. fire field recorder.
corin tucker: not really…
kim baxter: I have the bandcamp app on my facebook page. on my phone I have a guitar tuner and a metronome.
matt lorelei: songkick to keep track of shows coming to town. starting to play around with introducing some elements from an ios device. I quite like playing around with tonepad to generate ideas.
fran cannane: oh lots—instruments and the like.
andrew eggs/talk it: I like spotify, amplitube and rebirth.
erin a girl called eddy: I use a great app on my laptop called tapedeck for songwriting. It has the look and feel of an old cassette recorder, but without the vulnerability of tape. there is no romance in trying to scotch tape together old cassettes anymore.
pete paphides: I have an app which tells me where the nearest record store is.
bridget st john: no.
joe pines / foxgloves: I don’t really know what ‘apps’ are.
allen clapp: I use an iPad app for mellotron sounds live. it beats carrying a 200 lb. instrument to shows, but it’s still not as cool as a real mellotron!
ian musical chairs: I use spotify at work and iTunes.
jennifer o’connor: I use spotify.
gordon the fan modine: I write and demo on the iphone using voice memo and fourtrack. I also use the guitar toolkit—which is great; and a protools remote.