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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Looking for simple audio editor

Looking for something I can take a single wav file and edit it. Main one is being able to select a section, or the entire thing, and raise and lower the gain, or silence it. Conversion between formats would be nice but not terribly essential. I can do this in Auria, but be nice to have something as easy to use as Audioshare.

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  • TwistedWave

  • edited January 18

    2nd vote for Twisted Wave

  • I find that both Twisted Wave and Auditor are key tools in my toolbox. Auditor does not have the depth of DSP effects but it has a much more powerful editor. You can split files into regions and move regions around (and cross fade them). I just used it to do some extensive edits of a very long guitar jam that I couldn't have done in any app other than Auria Pro.

    It also lets you set up a tempo-based timeline or use samples or time as timelines--which are quite handy.

  • @espiegel123 said:
    I find that both Twisted Wave and Auditor are key tools in my toolbox. Auditor does not have the depth of DSP effects but it has a much more powerful editor. You can split files into regions and move regions around (and cross fade them). I just used it to do some extensive edits of a very long guitar jam that I couldn't have done in any app other than Auria Pro.

    It also lets you set up a tempo-based timeline or use samples or time as timelines--which are quite handy.

    I read the manual. It’s a great looking tool, except that I didn’t see any way to change the gain on a selected section. You can silence, which is great, but not change the gain.

  • Found Hokusai, which does the basic stuff I need for free. I can change gain and silence sections, and save out to files. If I need more I can upgrade. Looks perfect.

  • @rickwaugh said:

    @espiegel123 said:
    I find that both Twisted Wave and Auditor are key tools in my toolbox. Auditor does not have the depth of DSP effects but it has a much more powerful editor. You can split files into regions and move regions around (and cross fade them). I just used it to do some extensive edits of a very long guitar jam that I couldn't have done in any app other than Auria Pro.

    It also lets you set up a tempo-based timeline or use samples or time as timelines--which are quite handy.

    I read the manual. It’s a great looking tool, except that I didn’t see any way to change the gain on a selected section. You can silence, which is great, but not change the gain.

    Twisted Wave or the wave editor in Caustic.

  • @rickwaugh said:
    I read the manual. It’s a great looking tool, except that I didn’t see any way to change the gain on a selected section. You can silence, which is great, but not change the gain.

    In Auditor you can add a new layer and copy your selection to it. Layers are like independent tracks with their own level and pan settings. When you’re happy with the results you can bounce the layers back together.

  • @rickwaugh said:

    @espiegel123 said:
    I find that both Twisted Wave and Auditor are key tools in my toolbox. Auditor does not have the depth of DSP effects but it has a much more powerful editor. You can split files into regions and move regions around (and cross fade them). I just used it to do some extensive edits of a very long guitar jam that I couldn't have done in any app other than Auria Pro.

    It also lets you set up a tempo-based timeline or use samples or time as timelines--which are quite handy.

    I read the manual. It’s a great looking tool, except that I didn’t see any way to change the gain on a selected section. You can silence, which is great, but not change the gain.

    What might not be obvious is that you can do that using bounce. Each layer has a volume and pan knob. When you use the bounce command, selected regions are bounced into a new layer with the volume and pan you set taken into account. So, to effect just one region, move it onto its own layer, adjust the volume and pan and bounce the selection.

  • Cubasis 3 is full of flaws at the moment but you can split the audio, adjust gain on that section and mute that section which I find super useful. Weirdly you have to do this on the track and not the wave editor unless you wish to trim the section. Not perfect maybe an option.

  • Yes, Auditor is pretty bomb. Except for the thin icons and type, dimmed and set on a dark background.
    I know there’s a lot of info to put a UI sometimes, but make it ‘effing legible.

  • Hokusai editor - has an excellent noise removal feature (but then came along Brusfri)

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