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.
No, this is my photo studio.
Love that performance station. The Space Echo is one sweet cherry on top
These are pics of my current floor-seated set-up, before make-over. Gonna switch this (Desktop studio) with my mobile and study space, which is on a standing-desk. The Nektar is going back for a refund and being exchanged for a Korg Microkey 61. Will be a big change, and one I may regret
The 'after' pictures might take a while longer.
Decided ( whilst sorting out drums )
To incorperate the Volca Drum.
But had to think.
The only solution were to glue blocks and hide the apple cck, under the Akai controller.
New studio! iPad mini 6, figured I need glasses anyway…
I should really just make a hip hop track ( with scratching production )
Rather than not make a tune ( because of synth tweaking )
The deck and controller is just an ornament.
Will synth tweak anyway
Great socks @sevenape.
Ha! Thanks they are Pac-Man socks my mum got me for Christmas.
That’s the kind of workspace I’d like. Mostly empty.
The wife and I had to get a second place (closer to work areas) in NoHo Los Angeles. So I needed a second set up. I bought the height adjustable 52” husky work bench from Home Depot to make a Sit/Stand station. The risers are from a discontinued bar shelf and cabinet legs that IKEA made. I saw them on a YouTube video for a DIY studio desk.
No loner for sale at IKEA, I found them on eBay. I built the platforms out of pine, router trimmed the edges and finished with 3 coats of water based satin polyurethane
Well done, looks nice!
Nicely done ! I am always loosing stuff. If I had a second place I would be looking for the thing forever to find out it is at the second place 😂🤪
Oh we constantly loose stuff between houses! You really have to get two of everything! Cookware, tools, clothes and of course music gear!
Music gear Bering > @ralis said:
Music gear being the most important! Do you have two 2 iPads ?
Unfortunately, I had to sell all my gear to buy the table.... Doh!
I have 2 iPad 4’s and iPad mini 5 an iPad Pro12.9 2017 and an iPad Air 2
That is a nice table. How do I find it, pls?
Thx. That is pricy. Almost as much as the OSMOSE Iwant to put on it.
Pretty much the same for some years now
Yes definitely not cheap but a beautiful design. I am excited to hear what you can do with the Osmose!
Lol. @BroCoast, I’m feeling the pressure!
I'd never considered a gooseneck holder for the iPad, so I never expected this exact setup, but it's my favorite yet.
Thanks to all for sharing your setups, from pro’s to amateurs! Really inspiring! Here is a run-through of mine for those interested in setups.
Family’s out so I occupied a corner of the living room. Sadly I have no permanent place so I am mostly sofa/iPad/headphone based. But, it makes it a lot of fun and sparks creativity setting my gear up.
The heart of the setup is an iPad Air 4 running Roland Zenbeats. As most of us😉, the iPad is packed with too many apps. Two Launchkey Mk3 controllers, the Mini for simple key playing, and the full size for piano since I am a decently trained classical piano player since I was a kid.
With the digital domain taken care of using the iPad, I also have a UNO Synth Pro to get what I feel is that classic analog warmth and tactile feel from time to time. Audio in and out is handled by an Arturia Minifuse 2 audio interface connected to an iLoud speaker and a pair of Audio Technica headphones for mixing and mastering duties. On the sofa I use a pair of light Sony DJ monitor headphones. Everything runs on powerbanks. Finally I have a mic set with stand from BeyerDynamic for fun, I am mostly a keyboard guy. Singing is not my game.
That’s it. I am very content with this setup, it is flexible, sizeable, and it makes it a lot easier to fight GAS, since I know there is not much I can’t do…
Happy spring to you all!😁
Needs a panorama to squeeze in my rearranged creative space, can’t believe after years of messing about and the last week and a half of crazy rebuilding that I’ve finally made space for the writing/drawing desk, graphics workstation, modular nest and daw desk all laid out left to right in this image. I should have waited until the cat was installed, she actually fell asleep in here for the first time yesterday; domestic bliss 😄
Just bought some new stuff
Desk Zaor Yesk 2
Laptop Lenovo + Samsung 32"