The problem with Garageband is that it always listens on all MIDI channels, so as a keyboard-triggerable "sound module," it is basically impossible to run it along side any other MIDI sound module apps, which is really limiting to start building a system around. So for that reason alone, I'd look elsewhere.Okay, more research has me finding a PILE of good iOS apps that will do the trick - but they are all big synth kind of apps - Animoog, Waldof Nave - all very cool, but not what I'm looking for. I'd like *gigging* sounds - piano, organ, brass, strings - not wild about what I"ve found in Garage band - any suggestions?
I think the Korg Module Pro option provides for layering two sounds. I haven't tried it though. DonKorg Module has nice sounds, though it can only play one at a time (though you can also bring its sounds into Gadget which then lets you play more than one at a time).
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