What about merging AUM Ape Audiobus?

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  • Sorta like a Max/MSP 'environment where you build your own kickass ipad studio full of synths?

    But really, you know, done right... With all the benefits of each system. I don't know how buddies or not you are...

  • Should be ideal. I think however it’s not in iOS modular nature. In fact I like this modularity.

    But the app which has most chances to evolve that way IMO is Audiobus. It already has audio and midi, midi learn and is rock solid. We need audio busses and audio recording, already requested and planned. Inbuild LFO’s should be cool too. More complicated for matrices IMO.

  • @Janosax said:
    Should be ideal. I think however it’s not in iOS modular nature. In fact I like this modularity.

    But the app which has most chances to evolve that way IMO is Audiobus. It already has audio and midi, midi learn and is rock solid. We need audio busses and audio recording, already requested and planned. Inbuild LFO’s should be cool too. More complicated for matrices IMO.

    I think your idea about Audiobus is on the money.
    I use it to host the other hosts, so the 3 apps mentioned in the OP do work very well together. Plus you can add a DAW (Cubasis for me) into the mix, as well.

  • edited March 12

    @CracklePot yes Audiobus is the glue for all apps, it’s more and more mature, I also use it with GarageBand as AU midi host with midi clock to Link using Rozeta LFO or Envolver triggering parameters via midi learn, works very very well. It’s also the perfect live stuff tool. Can’t miss however apeMatrix routing and LFO, really this works like a big modular instrument. I use more AUM for live performance/recording with audio sources or synths like Geoshred. As you said, all of those works really well together. Each one of them give different approach and inspiration. Love them all. That’s also true that mastering all that iOS modularity needs lot of practice to know all audio/midi interaction and routing to keep the creativity while producing and performing. Took me a full year to have some automatisms. I often used iPhone notes to write all rules behind that, this has helped me a lot building my own iOS workflow. All of this is fun and misses me when I use my laptop and its limitless Ableton DAW.

  • edited March 12

    Struggling trying to find a proper set up myself without wasting too much momey on trial and error; anxious to get back to music making. You def learn a lot in the process. HostGator DreamHost Bluehost

  • edited March 12

    I like them all as separate apps as each developer spurs the other to new heights. I have enough monolithic audio software on the desktop. What I like and want more of on iOS is lots of nimble components that plug into each other according to the project I'm working on.

    Sure that means there's some overlap with the likes of Ape, AUM & AB, but they each bring their own flavour and flexibility.

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