Free iOS music making event in London

Korg's iElectribe is one of many apps you'll be able to try.
Korg's iElectribe is one of many apps you'll be able to try.

iOS music making has become a very big deal in 2011, so it seems entirely appropriate that, as the year draws to a close, a special event for mobile music makers has been arranged in London for this Wednesday evening (7 December).

CDR Knowledge - Create Music Mobile features a hands-on area that includes iOS devices loaded up with the following apps:

AmpliTube - IK Multimedia (opens in new tab)
BeatMaker 2 - Intua
DM1 - Fingerlab
Fairlight - Fairlight Instruments
Fl Studio Mobile - Image Line (opens in new tab)
GarageBand - Apple (opens in new tab)
iElectribe - Korg Inc
iMaschine - Native Instruments (opens in new tab)
NanoStudio - Blip Interactive
SampleTank - IK Multimedia (opens in new tab)
SoundCloud player for iPad - SoundCloud (opens in new tab)
Rhythm Studio - Pulse Code Inc
Tabletop - Retronymns

You'll be able to play with these under the guidance of a team of experienced producers and specialists.

There will also be interview and Q&A sessions with the creators of Liine Lemur for iPad (this is an exclusive preview) and Korg iElectribe, plus walkthroughs on GarageBand, SoundCloud for iPad and NI iMaschine (this last one from Morgan Zarate of Spacek, Hyperdub and The Shining).

Visitors will also see producer showcases from So Solid Crew's Dready and Ace from Skunk Anansie, while there'll be a DJ set featuring tracks produced using mobile apps (these can be submitted now via SoundCloud).

CDR Knowledge - Create Music Mobile takes place at Reliance Square, 29A New Inn Yard, London EC2A 3HH and runs from 7-12pm on 7 December. Entry is free, though you need to register for tickets.

I’m the Group Content Manager for MusicRadar, specialising in all things tech. I previously spent eight years working on our sister magazine, Computer Music. I’ve been playing the piano, gigging in bands and failing to finish tracks at home for more than 30 years, 20 of which I’ve also spent writing about music technology.