Audiobus: Use your music apps together.

What is Audiobus?Audiobus is an award-winning music app for iPhone and iPad which lets you use your other music apps together. Chain effects on your favourite synth, run the output of apps or Audio Units into an app like GarageBand or Loopy, or select a different audio interface output for each app. Route MIDI between apps — drive a synth from a MIDI sequencer, or add an arpeggiator to your MIDI keyboard — or sync with your external MIDI gear. And control your entire setup from a MIDI controller.

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Audiobus is the app that makes the rest of your setup better.

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  • Maybe someone will design an app. That generates sequences that sound reasonable with the soma sequencer madness.

  • edited January 26

    @IOSSOS said:
    Wow.....how would you do any vocals dendy?

    in digitakt.. don't use voices too much.. in this track i just sampled from iphone (youtube) into digitakt and applied some lfo->pitch modulation and delay...

    @thatguysmitty
    This is 🔥🔥🔥

    thanks :-)

  • edited January 26

    @JohnnyGoodyear said:

    @SpookyZoo said:
    Thomann have a great deal on the Korg Minilogue XD right now.

    I couldn't resist.

    It's on it's way.

    Congrats! Report back!

    Thanks. Will do!

    In fact, half of my decision was based on a new tutorial by Max For Live developers, Cycling74, on how to build an Editor for the Minilogue XD in Ableton Live using Javascript.

    So, wanting to learn that, and then seeing the special deal... it was impossible to resist. haha

    https://cycling74.com/tutorials/building-a-synthesizer-editor-with-javascript-part-1

  • edited January 26

    @MrSmileZ said:
    ATM I have:
    IMac with LPX & Reason 11
    IPad Pro gen 1 full of everything

    Akai force
    Akai mpclive (gonna sell or trade)
    Roland mc707
    Arturia microfreak
    Dreadbox Typhon
    Novation Peak
    ASM Hydrasynth desktop

    That’s about it besides sound reinforcement like headphones, monitors, mics, and controllers

    I’m wondering how you use the Akai force and iPad... Which do you record into?. That is, if you do record vocals, guitars...

    I lust for something that could free me from the screen. Like a maschine for iPad, but one that actually favors making songs and recording instruments. Seems like everything is geared towards electronic music, audio dept is badly neglected.

  • using and loving my McMillen K-Board Pro

  • Forever lusting after high end analog consoles.

    Still lusting after vintage samplers (I have a problem).

    Lusting after pots, encoders, key switches, enclosures and frontpanels, because I’m building a custom iPad dock/controller/audio interface thingy.

  • @tahiche said:

    @MrSmileZ said:
    ATM I have:
    IMac with LPX & Reason 11
    IPad Pro gen 1 full of everything

    Akai force
    Akai mpclive (gonna sell or trade)
    Roland mc707
    Arturia microfreak
    Dreadbox Typhon
    Novation Peak
    ASM Hydrasynth desktop

    That’s about it besides sound reinforcement like headphones, monitors, mics, and controllers

    I’m wondering how you use the Akai force and iPad... Which do you record into?. That is, if you do record vocals, guitars...

    I lust for something that could free me from the screen. Like a maschine for iPad, but one that actually favors making songs and recording instruments. Seems like everything is geared towards electronic music, audio dept is badly neglected.

    Yep. If not neglected then certainly under represented.

  • I’m wondering how you use the Akai force and iPad... Which do you record into?. That is, if you do record vocals, guitars...

    I lust for something that could free me from the screen. Like a maschine for iPad, but one that actually favors making songs and recording instruments. Seems like everything is geared towards electronic music, audio dept is badly neglected.

    I sometimes record guitar and vocals into the audio tracks of the mpclive or force. I mostly use Logic for vocals, Mixing, and mastering. Just easier with more tools. BUT FORCE has a new arranger that makes this process run very smooth in my opinion.

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