I fell in love with my iPad as soon as I got it, so I've made a completely different kind of record . . . It's ironic, being the sort of technophobe and Luddite that I am.
It seems the iPad can be a jack of all trades of sorts when it comes to art and is being used in a number of ways that you and I wouldn't have thought of. What other kind of magic can you create on the iPad? Find out after the break.
- Be a DJ — DJ Rana Sobhany skips the turntables and uses two iPads and a crossfader for her live shows. Is she the world's first iPad DJ?
- Make some money — Using the Square app, the iPad can now be your point of sale machine for taking payments.
- Create art — Using a few of the iPad's amazing art applications (like Brushes ($8), which was named one of Oprah's favorite apps and was also used to create this stunning New Yorker cover), you can be an on-the-go artist.