Isle of Tune, the music sequencer/city builder that brought the wonderful experience of Toshio Iwai's PC classic SimTunes to the web, will also be on the iPad starting October 6, allowing you to crate looping sounds out of suburban streets on your tablet.

Created by UK digital artist Jim hall and iOS developer Stuart Middleton, Isle of Tune HD allows you to browse and listen to the more than 125,000 islands users have created before on the web version -- you can still play with the online edition for free here.

Isle of Tune HD adds new sound effects and instruments (with "access to full keyboard mode for advanced tunes"), new controls that let you set road delays and rotate/reset cars, Game Center achievements and leaderboards, and a "Direct Share" system for Game Center friends.

Of yource, you can save, load, and upload your islands with the iPad game for others to rate and view, just like in the web version. Isle of Tune HD will sell for $2.99 in the U.S. app store (UK: £1.99 EU: €2.39).