Kareembyear1year's Review of Ireal ProReviewed on 9/5/18 3:45 PM
It’s not a back up band to use in your home studio recordings. It is for you to practice your soloing on your instruments or see and hear chord theory for accompanying a lead. It’s an excellent app. It’s not for great sounding virtual instruments. The instruments sound good enough, but this is about you practicing and learning music, not for the quality of the instruments themselves. Awesome and limitless as far as potential for learning & studying music is concerned!
tryingfred's Review of Ireal ProReviewed on 9/29/18 8:12 PM
I waited to review this app to see how I’d like it and it’s functions. As a beginning musician trying to learn guitar in later life and never having learned any music/instruments you I’m not sure you will find a better tool. Takes a little time to learn how to use the app effectively, but I have found the app to be extremely flexible and helpful. Completely worth the money.
wrtbhkkubn's Review of Ireal ProReviewed on 9/26/18 3:28 AM
This app is a nice idea, however the execution is very confusing. It is very difficult to organize the songs that you want to keep and the songs that you want to practice. Also, as usual, it is difficult to understand instructions that are written in pigeon English.
#AccurateResonance0112's Review of Ireal ProReviewed on 8/3/18 4:14 PM
Solid Playback, compositional accompaniment and practice tool with multiple applications. But doesn’t come with any music but there’s a great form or you could download the court changes to thousands of popular tunes and experiment by changing the styles. It’s like band in a box, and someways more versatile, but with less tweak ability in regards to the accompaniment. If you want to gig and you don’t know key changes, this is the app to have. I’ve seen so many professionals with them. You can also export midi, and whatever style you want. It’s help me to compose new songs. The interface is a little tricky, but there’s plenty of tutorials and helpful for him literature, as well as templates and options. This is probably the most comprehensive tool of its kind, and although there’s no real audio, if you’re not happy with the sounds of styles, export the midi, or if you like what you hear you can export the audio. For example, I found a tune template with some key changes I liked. Tweaked and changed some of the form and chords with ones I was hearing. Changed up the style. Wrote the developers and ask them if they could add an option to record. Not only did they respond, they did. Unbelievable. That was five years ago. There are still regular updates... it and it is absolutely a go to app that is One killer practicing, especiallyif you are a student of jazz, Bluegrass, blues, this will help you gain levels. I even use it on gigs if someone has a song request that is too obscure to find a backing track. It’s all about just getting from Milyer with the controls. Being tasteful and thinking creatively. It also is a plus, having the technology on hand to stream Bluetooth audio.
MakakiloMan's Review of Ireal ProReviewed on 8/28/19 2:00 PM
I can’t give it a zero. Totally useless!
pianouta's Review of Ireal ProReviewed on 8/28/19 2:00 PM
I edited the song but it doesn’t reflect my edits when I tap “done” it. I saved them so when I edit they show my edit but they don’t play my edit. This app is confusing.
Don38472829's Review of Ireal ProReviewed on 8/28/19 2:00 PM
I thought I’d be able to plug in my guitar using iRig and play along. You have to use GarageBand to do that, and then you can’t see the chord charts. Useless for me.
TSB1914's Review of Ireal ProReviewed on 8/28/19 2:00 PM
I am so frustrated with this app I want to smash my iPhone. Worst app ever.
Phonak1's Review of Ireal ProReviewed on 8/28/19 2:00 PM
The app does what i need it to do and the after purchase support is great.
Jazztromba's Review of Ireal ProReviewed on 8/28/19 2:00 PM
This has become an instrumental tool to use both in the practice room and on gigs. Practicing over solo changes helped me master songs like Giant Steps and Donna Lee and has changed the way I play my horn. On gigs, it’s perfect to check the chord changes and your song set list that way you’re never off from The rhythm section in a solo. Absolutely brilliant!