Using AUM as a live performance mixer
This video demonstrates how I use AUM as a live performance mixer. I started by recording a few loops with various iOS music apps using AUM (this track is %100 iOS). I then created a few file player tracks in AUM - enabled loop & sync - and loaded the loops I had recorded. After that, I set up a few effects bus tracks using mostly Audio Damage AUv3 effects, as well as a master track with a compressor that all audio is routed to.
I mapped the Launch Control to filter cutoff, effects send, and loop start/stop for each track. Once all the tracks were setup and MIDI mapped, I just kinda hit play and winged it. Since AUM syncs loops to it's internal master clock, the workflow is very similar to using Launchpad, or working with clips in Ableton. I think I've found my new preferred method for composing and performing with the iPad!
Hardware: iPad Pro 9.7, Novation Launch Control, iPad mini 2 for visualizer
Apps: AUM, Audio Damage Dubstation 2, Audio Damage Replicant, Blamsoft Resampler, Audio Damage Rough Rider 2, Quantum VJ (visualizer). Loops were originally created using Blocs Wave and iMaschine 2.