The Motion Synth Kickstarter project wants to turn your iPhone into a gesture-controlled musical instrument.
In one of the best song covers we have ever heard, period, a YouTube superstar performs Nena's 1983 single "99 Luftballons" using nothing but red balloons.
The DreamPad pillow requires no headphones, instead using vibrations to send its soothing sounds into your head.
While smartphones and tablets can be used to create music these days, not all digital music composers want their controls on a touch screen.
Looking for the best apps available for your iOS device? We've rounded up the finest around, including free and paid for apps.
Etsy has closed down a custom synth maker on the grounds that his wares were not "handmade", in spite of evidence to the contrary.
You don't have to look any further than your iPad to build a pounding electro tune. Follow this guide to using ReBirth and get producing.
Microsoft's Photosynth turns any collection of photos into an amazing 3D view of the world. The more pictures, the better!
Figure is a music-making app that lets you lay down beats with funky bass lines and synth leads, and you don't need any musical training whatsoever.
Paul McCartney's first solo album, "McCartney," and the follow-up, "McCartney II," get the full remastering treatment.