The iOS App Store is home to pretty much every genre of apps a user can think of, but if mashing up different types of music is your thing and creating new tracks from old, then the iMashup universal app could be worth serious consideration. Music lovers of all levels can use the app to experiment with music stored directly on their iOS devices to create unique and interesting mashups that should only take minutes to create. With powerful features that are almost bordering on professional lines, iMashup should provide entertainment for any sort of music lover.
The first part of the process and probably one of the most important one is the fact that the app allows users to import their music directly from the media library on the iOS device. This means that any music stored on the iPhone, iPad or iPod touch can immediately become part of the mashup process without the need of having to connect to services like iTunes or importing additional song files. The app also has a beat matching facility built right in that matches beats together to create a great blend between the imported songs.
As you will find with any editing software, whether it be for music, photographs or videos, the power of the app is in the feature set and the control that users have over their creations. iMashup allows users to get 100% harmonic results provided as a result of Mixed In Key 5 technology, as well as being able to adjust the loudness of melodies, hi-hats and the bass line in any of the created mashups. Imported songs can also be split into different segments and moved around in order, meaning that individual sections of a file can be used rather than the whole song.
iMashup also includes synchronization features with iTunes that allows users to export high-quality M4A and WAV files directly from the app before embarking on the included social sharing features. It almost seems like a development template now that apps should feature social sharing capabilities, with Facebook and email integration included within iMashup. Considering the app is universal and works across all iOS devices, the $2.99 price-tag for such a premium feature set seems like a steal for music and mashup lovers.
(Source: iMashup for iOS on the App Store)