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.

What are you listening to? Is it good?

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  • Compilation of Peruvian Cumbia 1960s-80s. Loaded with irresistibly danceable African/surf guitar riffs:

  • This is SO GOOD! Thank you!

    @Wrlds2ndBstGeoshredr said:
    Compilation of Peruvian Cumbia 1960s-80s. Loaded with irresistibly danceable African/surf guitar riffs:

  • 🤟😎

  • Rick James Ronnie Jame Dino mashup “Holy Mary Jane”
    From the mashup master, Bill McClintock

  • Anyone that wears a Crass t shirt is alright with me:

    And Fred Perry:

    And white socks:

  • My sister and brother and I listened to this song ( and the rest of the album "Swinging Safari") all the time when we were kids. Happy memories!
    Happy Trumpeter
    Song by Bert Kaempfert

  • Grateful Dead - He's Gone - 12/30/1980 - Oakland Auditorium

  • edited August 2022

    @JeffChasteen said:

    @Poppadocrock said:
    One of my all time favorite singers is Otis Redding, somehow this particular track eluded me until somewhat recently. Beautiful.
    Otis Redding - You Don’t Miss Your Water

    The man could sing the Dow Jones Report and bring it to life.
    You Don’t Miss Your Water is a fantastic song covered by everyone from the Byrds to Brian Eno.
    I am partial to William Bell’s original version. Great churchy piano.

    Lol. That’s funny and so true.
    Besides his voice being amazing, There’s just something about his unique inflections, flourishes, and delivery that blow my mind every single time. One of the greatest for sure.

    I didn’t know about those covers, I’ll have to give those versions a listen. Thanks.

  • BenBen
    edited August 2022


    This goes on for a while but these guys are pretty much at the top of their game.
    Love Mono Neon.


  • Hard to pick one off of this album.
    Highly recommended.

  • McDMcD
    edited August 2022

    Try some of this Jewish Surf Guitar music:

  • This is the greatest thing I’ve seen/heard all week.
    That bass lick and a belly dancer appearance.
    Covers the bases for me.

  • The Shaolin Afronauts:

  • When I call this take mind-bending, there is no intention of hyperbole.
    I’ve listened to it hundreds of times. Fortune and genetics willing, I plan on hearing it hundreds more.

  • Probably not the most popular genre round these parts but this is getting heavy play from me right now..

  • @Wrlds2ndBstGeoshredr said:
    The Shaolin Afronauts:

    This is really good

  • @symianbeatz I really enjoyed the tune and the video. My genre identification skills are pretty weak. Hip hop? While this isn’t the type of music I would normally seek out, I do stumble across some, many times from songs that get posted on this thread, hip-hop, rap type stuff that sucks me in. DJ Shadow and Ken Segal (Ken Can Cook) come to mind. This is giving me a similar vibe and I am going to dig into some more of it. Thank you for posting this.

  • Khruangbin

  • DavDav
    edited August 2022

    I use to hang out with Harold some in the 90’s. A real genius. I’ve lost touch with him, but still listen to his early 70’s funky jazz.

  • You folks introduced me to Ozric Tentacles by accident. I can’t believe I never noticed them previously.


  • Newest discovery, great atmospheres

  • Bought a couple of albums.

    You remember that music. Where it were said to be the digital version of stimulating highs? but never worked.

    I think this track is the musical sound of a dissocative. Or generally a real body buzz. Good with Indica or even cbd.

    Its probably more so. If you listen to album.

  • @sigma79 said:
    Bought a couple of albums.

    You remember that music. Where it were said to be the digital version of stimulating highs? but never worked.

    I think this track is the musical sound of a dissocative. Or generally a real body buzz. Good with Indica or even cbd.

    Its probably more so. If you listen to album.

    Will definitely be listening to this with headphones later, sounds great

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