From the makers of Computer Music magazine, Make Music Now is the perfect introduction to music production on your iPhone or iPod Touch!
Slice and sequence the built-in samples into a finished song using the intuitive touch interface, set track levels in the Mixer and impress your friends with the results.
All sounds come from the professionally produced, royalty-free sample libraries included every month on the Computer Music DVD, while the App itself has been designed to be easy to use, flexible and creatively inspiring. Enjoy!

Computer Music is the world's leading magazine for Mac and PC-based musicians. Each month CM comes packed with easy-to-follow music software tutorials, unbiased reviews of the latest products, big-name masterclasses, technical Q&As and more. Each issue also includes a Dual Layer DVD-ROM packed with exclusive software (including the famous CM Studio suite of essential applications of plug-ins), royalty-free samples and video tutorials.

Computer Music is published by Future Publishing PLC, who also produce T3, Mac Format, PC Format, PC Gamer, Edge, Future Music, Guitarist, Total Guitar and many more leading magazines.

More information about the App and the magazine can be found at


Computer Music: Make Music Now has been developed by Hige Five exclusively for Computer Music Magazine. It is powered by Pocket Remix, the loop-based remix application for iPhone and iPod Touch.

5 Exclusive tracks to remix!
8 Channel sequencer
Multiple save and load slots

Find out more about Pocket Remix and other Hige Five apps.

FREE Download!

Computer Music: Make Music Now comes in a variety of musical flavours, all free.
Click on the icons below to download from the App Store.

CM MMN : Volume 1 CM MMN : Volume 2 CM MMN : Volume 3


How do save my track?

Your track is automatically saved when you exit the application and loaded when you restart.

Can I change the track length?

Computer Music: Make Music Now has a fixed track length, Pocket Remix lets you have a variable sized track length for your requirements.

Where can I subscribe to the magazine?

Information about subscriptions can be found at Computer Music Magazine

Why can't I hear the 'Bass' sound in Volume 1?

Plug in your headphones! The frequency of this sample is too low for the integrated iPhone speaker.

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