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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You Only Need four wheels to Transcend and Two wheels to ascend...

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  • Can you explain how they get the board to leave the ground, please.

  • edited March 26

    centrifugal/ centripetal forces for the most part, they have mastered bending inertia to their wills

  • Oh. Well, that explains it 😳

  • Centrifugal force..? You know that’s really momentum, don’t you?

    :)

  • @qryss said:
    Centrifugal force..? You know that’s really momentum, don’t you?

    :)

    centripetal

  • edited March 26

    @LinearLineman

    No no no, that's not me there 😅

  • Centripetal also doesn’t exist, though...

  • @rs2000 that is amazing. I still can’t believe it.

  • Possibly more dangerous than catching this virus. Skate or die we say

  • edited March 26

  • @qryss said:
    Centripetal also doesn’t exist, though...

    qryss the important thing is that we exist :)

  • edited March 26

    @kobamoto You are right, in fact. Centrifugal force is an apparent force rather than a real one (it’s momentum) but centripetal - being the equal and opposite part of the apparent force - is actually a real one.

    As to whether we exist - that’s a bit harder to prove...

  • Need 4 wheels to transcend, 2 wheels to ascend? 1 should be plenty:

  • @qryss said:
    @kobamoto You are right, in fact. Centrifugal force is an apparent force rather than a real one (it’s momentum) but centripetal - being the equal and opposite part of the apparent force - is actually a real one.

    As to whether we exist - that’s a bit harder to prove...

    I think you just did, for we think therefore we are.

  • edited March 26

    @Munibeast said:
    Need 4 wheels to transcend, 2 wheels to ascend? 1 should be plenty:

    :) one might get you in the air but to ascend you'll need two, of course there will always be exceptions

  • exception

  • Ascension definitely possible on 1 wheel 😺

  • Force this, force that. Don't force it.

  • @kobamoto said:
    exception

    Wow.
    Great things happen when people focus on what they're good at for long enough.

  • @Munibeast said:
    Ascension definitely possible on 1 wheel 😺

    bananas, that guy must have been a centaur in his last life. his determination is palpable

  • @rs2000 said:

    @kobamoto said:
    exception

    Wow.
    Great things happen when people focus on what they're good at for long enough.

    one of if not the greatest thing about being human Imo, our capacity for whatever we truly aim it at has no cap

  • edited March 27

    @Tarekith said:

    that was dope, and pointed the way to 'return to earth'

  • More severe injuries plz

  • @LinearLineman said:
    Can you explain how they get the board to leave the ground, please.

    Panning support, of course.

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