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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  • South Africa at the Hague. I won't say it's good, but it feels Incredibly significant. Israel, by proxy the 'West', and international Justice itself are on trial.

  • Just watched Poor Things in theaters with the wife. Absolutely insane and amazing in every way. Probably my favorite of the decade so far.

  • For All Mankind. A LOT better than I was expecting tbh.

  • I started watching “Pluto” tonight on Netflix. Just finished episode 1. I think the second half of the episode will talk to a lot of us here. Beautiful show, masterpiece !

  • @HotStrange said:

    @Halftone said:
    new season of Fargo (season 5). If I had to describe it in one word: Perfection!

    S1 & S2 of Fargo were really great. S3 & 4 not so much. But S5 could be the best of all.
    Juno Temple & Jon Hamm are both at the top of their game this season!

    I’m gonna start it tonight. I’ve loved every season so far. Season 1-2 are some of my favorite TV ever. Up there with Twin Peaks and The Sopranos

    How are you liking Fargo @HotStrange
    I think this season was pretty much perfect! I didn’t think they could beat s1 or 2 - but they did. I savoured every moment. The finale was so great and rewarding. Brilliant all around. Highly recommend.

  • @sevenape said:
    South Africa at the Hague. I won't say it's good, but it feels Incredibly significant. Israel, by proxy the 'West', and international Justice itself are on trial.

    Yes so did ,I unfortunately the BBC and Sky showed their bias as to not showing South Africa’s case only day two Isreal’s defence, so watched online, hopefully they actually bring the case against accomplices too. Justice, freedom to one and all.

  • @Halftone said:

    @HotStrange said:

    @Halftone said:
    new season of Fargo (season 5). If I had to describe it in one word: Perfection!

    S1 & S2 of Fargo were really great. S3 & 4 not so much. But S5 could be the best of all.
    Juno Temple & Jon Hamm are both at the top of their game this season!

    I’m gonna start it tonight. I’ve loved every season so far. Season 1-2 are some of my favorite TV ever. Up there with Twin Peaks and The Sopranos

    How are you liking Fargo @HotStrange
    I think this season was pretty much perfect! I didn’t think they could beat s1 or 2 - but they did. I savoured every moment. The finale was so great and rewarding. Brilliant all around. Highly recommend.

    Haven’t had a chance to start it yet actually. This massive cold front froze our water which has proven to be a massive PITA with time consuming work arounds. Between that and work I haven’t been very motivated lol

    But I hope to start it this coming week. I’m excited because I keep seeing glowing reviews with most people saying it’s the best since season 2. Super excited 🤩

  • The ICJ South Africa vs. Isreal interim ruling, a small step to justice a giant leap for humanity. <3

  • Aston Villa and Chelsea in a FA cup match. Very even game.

  • Watched Season 7 of Rick and Morty over the past few days. Some episodes are a little flat, but the spaghetti one was fantastic.

  • edited January 26

    @Fingolfinzz said:
    Aston Villa and Chelsea in a FA cup match. Very even game.

    Funny, wasn't taken with Unai at Arsenal, but he's very obviously the real deal.

  • Going to withdraw my recommendation of "For All Mankind" temporarily. The first two seasons were excellent, the 3rd season was just so unbelievable (let's send the most unstable and emotionally driven people to Mars for the first time) that I had a hard time getting into it. Hopefully season 4 is better.

  • @JohnnyGoodyear said:

    @Fingolfinzz said:
    Aston Villa and Chelsea in a FA cup match. Very even game.

    Funny, wasn't taken with Unai at Arsenal, but he's very obviously the real deal.

    Yeah this squad just listens to what he says and drills the shit out of it. His system has been so fun to watch, I’ve been very happy Villa got him another chance in PL

  • Blue Eyed Samurai on Netflix. Really well done show, great story, and even though it’s anime some of the fight scenes are the best in the genre.

  • Community cos I’m really excited the movie is finally going to be a reality

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    I’m watching this guy

  • @Tarekith said:
    Blue Eyed Samurai on Netflix. Really well done show, great story, and even though it’s anime some of the fight scenes are the best in the genre.

    👆I absolutely loved it. Masterpiece.

  • @tahiche said:

    @Tarekith said:
    Blue Eyed Samurai on Netflix. Really well done show, great story, and even though it’s anime some of the fight scenes are the best in the genre.

    👆I absolutely loved it. Masterpiece.

    It’s so good. I’m half way through and trying to make the most of it cause I know I’ll miss this show

  • Enjoyed this recently surfaced interview with Pink Floyd, conducted as they were doing the overdubs for Live at Pompeii.

    (To avoid a copyright strike, the uploader removed the footage that the film shares with Live at Pompeii. The original full version is available here.)

    Some amusing quips about gear, and their reputation around it:

    Nick Mason: Are you aware of the fact that all the equipment that we have was given to us by our mothers? We're all from the British aristocracy, with the exception of David Gilmour, and all our mothers are are countesses —

    David Gilmour: And dukes and duchesses. But my mother was extremely nouveau riche, and she bought all the equipment.

    Mason: Well, see, when David joined the group — you see, when Syd left — we went to David's mother and we said, "Look, we'd like your son to join the group. You'll have to front a lot of equipment."

    LOL. Rick Wright is more earnest:

    Wright: It's a danger that we could become slaves of all our equipment, and in the past we have. But what we're trying to do is to sort it all out, so that we're not. But I agree, I mean it's a dange— it worries me sometimes that we have this much equipment, and you can hide behind it.

    Gilmour: No, that's a load of rubbish. … Because we're all totally free human beings and we can do whatever we want to do to.

    Right, David. (Flashes-forward to The Delicate Sound of Thunder era, runs screaming.)

  • I’m Alan Partridge. Haven’t seen it for years.

    “A-ha!”

  • When the interviewer mentions people's notions that "anyone with the same equipment could make the same music":

    Gilmour: That's a jolly good one. You should. I tell you what, get four of them [evidently talking about the VCS3?] and try it. It'd be jolly good — you'd probably be just as good, yeah.

    Roger Waters: Of course they're fucking wrong. You'd have to be high — uh, highly trained, and classically trained (I'd go so far as to say) sensitive musicians

    HAHAHA.

    Earnest Rick to the rescue again:

    Interviewer: Do you think that's rubbish?

    Wright: Yes I do because, it's not just a matter of doing, it's a matter of selecting. I mean, anyone can produce the sounds we get, but the whole point about it is that you've got to decide which sounds to use, how to put them together.

    Love that guy.

  • Recently watched ‘The Zone of Interest’ in the theater, about a nazi officer who lives a peaceful life with his family right next to Auschwitz. Definitely a bizarre and puzzling watch.

    On Netflix just finished Ozark. And we are currently watching Six Feet Under, an older one but never seen it before, good show. It’s always hard to find something interesting on Netflix, most stuff is just meh and I just stop watching after 10-20 minutes.

  • From a novel by one of my favorite authors, Charles Willeford.
    Outstanding performances from Warren Oates, Harry Dean Stanton, Millie Perkins, etc.

    IIRC, this was the only American International Pictures release to lose money at the box office.

  • Watched the first two episodes of Shogun on Hulu and was impressed. I remember watching the early 80s version and not being too impressed, but this is much better and retains the flavor of the book.

  • @michael_m said:
    Watched the first two episodes of Shogun on Hulu and was impressed. I remember watching the early 80s version and not being too impressed, but this is much better and retains the flavor of the book.

    Oh cool! I might have to add this to the list.

    Did you ever watch the Blind Swordsman? I used to love it as a kid. We’re a Japanese family so I watched lots of that growing up.

  • @HotStrange said:

    @michael_m said:
    Watched the first two episodes of Shogun on Hulu and was impressed. I remember watching the early 80s version and not being too impressed, but this is much better and retains the flavor of the book.

    Oh cool! I might have to add this to the list.

    Did you ever watch the Blind Swordsman? I used to love it as a kid. We’re a Japanese family so I watched lots of that growing up.

    I’m actually going to ask my wife’s cousin’s wife if she has seen it - she is Japanese, so I’d like to get her opinion. What does come over to me is that the Japanese characters and customs are far less stereotypical than in the 80s show.

    I haven’t seen The Blind Swordsman, but I will check it out.

  • @michael_m said:

    @HotStrange said:

    @michael_m said:
    Watched the first two episodes of Shogun on Hulu and was impressed. I remember watching the early 80s version and not being too impressed, but this is much better and retains the flavor of the book.

    Oh cool! I might have to add this to the list.

    Did you ever watch the Blind Swordsman? I used to love it as a kid. We’re a Japanese family so I watched lots of that growing up.

    I’m actually going to ask my wife’s cousin’s wife if she has seen it - she is Japanese, so I’d like to get her opinion. What does come over to me is that the Japanese characters and customs are far less stereotypical than in the 80s show.

    I haven’t seen The Blind Swordsman, but I will check it out.

    Cool! Lemme know what she thinks. I was born here (my grandparents immigrated) so I know less about it than some do surely but always cool to see what people think.

    Blind Swordsman is good but old. I know some people don’t like older movies and shows but I always loved it

  • @HotStrange said:

    @michael_m said:

    @HotStrange said:

    @michael_m said:
    Watched the first two episodes of Shogun on Hulu and was impressed. I remember watching the early 80s version and not being too impressed, but this is much better and retains the flavor of the book.

    Oh cool! I might have to add this to the list.

    Did you ever watch the Blind Swordsman? I used to love it as a kid. We’re a Japanese family so I watched lots of that growing up.

    I’m actually going to ask my wife’s cousin’s wife if she has seen it - she is Japanese, so I’d like to get her opinion. What does come over to me is that the Japanese characters and customs are far less stereotypical than in the 80s show.

    I haven’t seen The Blind Swordsman, but I will check it out.

    Cool! Lemme know what she thinks. I was born here (my grandparents immigrated) so I know less about it than some do surely but always cool to see what people think.

    Blind Swordsman is good but old. I know some people don’t like older movies and shows but I always loved it

    She was born in Japan and lived more than half her life there, so her perspective would be good to hear (assuming she watched it).

    On a side note, I’m going to be traveling to Japan later this year (martial arts-related trip), and I’m really looking forward to it, particularly as one of us has friends in Tokyo who offered to be guides in the city.

  • @michael_m said:

    @HotStrange said:

    @michael_m said:

    @HotStrange said:

    @michael_m said:
    Watched the first two episodes of Shogun on Hulu and was impressed. I remember watching the early 80s version and not being too impressed, but this is much better and retains the flavor of the book.

    Oh cool! I might have to add this to the list.

    Did you ever watch the Blind Swordsman? I used to love it as a kid. We’re a Japanese family so I watched lots of that growing up.

    I’m actually going to ask my wife’s cousin’s wife if she has seen it - she is Japanese, so I’d like to get her opinion. What does come over to me is that the Japanese characters and customs are far less stereotypical than in the 80s show.

    I haven’t seen The Blind Swordsman, but I will check it out.

    Cool! Lemme know what she thinks. I was born here (my grandparents immigrated) so I know less about it than some do surely but always cool to see what people think.

    Blind Swordsman is good but old. I know some people don’t like older movies and shows but I always loved it

    She was born in Japan and lived more than half her life there, so her perspective would be good to hear (assuming she watched it).

    On a side note, I’m going to be traveling to Japan later this year (martial arts-related trip), and I’m really looking forward to it, particularly as one of us has friends in Tokyo who offered to be guides in the city.

    Wow you saying martial arts trip is what finally made me realize you’re wearing a Gi in your profile picture 😂 never noticed before. Judo?

    That’s awesome! I still have some family there (but in Osaka). Enjoy the trip! I’m hoping I get to go next year.

  • edited March 4

    @HotStrange said:

    @michael_m said:

    @HotStrange said:

    @michael_m said:

    @HotStrange said:

    @michael_m said:
    Watched the first two episodes of Shogun on Hulu and was impressed. I remember watching the early 80s version and not being too impressed, but this is much better and retains the flavor of the book.

    Oh cool! I might have to add this to the list.

    Did you ever watch the Blind Swordsman? I used to love it as a kid. We’re a Japanese family so I watched lots of that growing up.

    I’m actually going to ask my wife’s cousin’s wife if she has seen it - she is Japanese, so I’d like to get her opinion. What does come over to me is that the Japanese characters and customs are far less stereotypical than in the 80s show.

    I haven’t seen The Blind Swordsman, but I will check it out.

    Cool! Lemme know what she thinks. I was born here (my grandparents immigrated) so I know less about it than some do surely but always cool to see what people think.

    Blind Swordsman is good but old. I know some people don’t like older movies and shows but I always loved it

    She was born in Japan and lived more than half her life there, so her perspective would be good to hear (assuming she watched it).

    On a side note, I’m going to be traveling to Japan later this year (martial arts-related trip), and I’m really looking forward to it, particularly as one of us has friends in Tokyo who offered to be guides in the city.

    Wow you saying martial arts trip is what finally made me realize you’re wearing a Gi in your profile picture 😂 never noticed before. Judo?

    That’s awesome! I still have some family there (but in Osaka). Enjoy the trip! I’m hoping I get to go next year.

    I had one of the best nights of my life at an underground reggae rave in Osaka. Fine town :)

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