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.Download on the App Store
Audiobus is the app that makes the rest of your setup better.
Aren’t they just !
The Unknown Bird who was to appear in the garden, had much to say, yet no one heard it as they would just stare. As if it could also freeze time.
BTW, really liking the Tipper! Thank you!
First time I heard it. Not trying to paint a picture but this sounds like a really really tough being. Gravity dosent affect them. Can get through the tube.
That last track is amazing. Thought Id ask ( seeing as its Audiobus ) mainly for curiosity how they made the rubber band sound. Sounds like its with modular rate ( I think ) I have a volca modular which I was maybe going to sell because it might just be used sparingly, not that I wouldnt mind if it made this but its been made. So the question if its modular and volca modular sounding. Then what effects are used as I dont know much about effects and I havent bought all effects after seeing the effects thread. Maybe its distortion.
My effects are.
Other free effects.
Wish I bought more Audio damage stuff when it was on sale as everything I bought has been good.
Probably need a normal reverb ( some tb stuff ) EQ and compressor. Then maybe distortion and tape delay. Amp. I do have turnado though.
Can anyone recommened any.
Fac stuff. BB stuff but generally the essentials.
From the movie Legend of Gobi
A night of Andy Bey and Mark Murphy tunes.
I went to this show a few nights ago. Yawning Man gets me to the right place.
Belgian duo, one drumkit and one keyboardplayer. They have a unique style as they face each other while playing. One is classicaly trained, the other one played in several rock/metalbands. This combo makes refreshing music that is worth a listen.
The Bays. Sort of the only band Iv followed. Went to see them 3 times but the 3rd time they didnt show up. They were a live band who played drum and bass, dance music etc. You may know the drummer Andy Gangadeen. Just lately noticed their recordings from some festivals, on the bays www are gone forever ( some people will have saved it ) Now just memory like they sort of wanted to be.
“infection is your finest flower.... mildewed in the mist”
aaaaah... such a beautiful sediment.
That's my favourite bit of any Residents song, particularly where it goes wobbly on 'mildewed'. Lovely.
I'm planning to do some vocals that sound like this. Stay tuned, pop-pickers!
Delia Derbyshire is not mentioned much on this forum. A true pioneer and goddess of electronic music.
Google her name and sort on videos. Dr Who fans may recognize her...
This from the 1960’s.
There is only one artist where I genuinely wish I could do exactly what they do...
@AudioGus good to see Tipper still going strong.