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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Woo I just bought a piano :)

I love my ipad, my little portable keyboard, my apps, but I missed having a piano, so I fixed it :) wanted to share with you lovely music people :)

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  • @Pitje said:
    I love my ipad, my little portable keyboard, my apps, but I missed having a piano, so I fixed it :) wanted to share with you lovely music people :)

    Please describe: upright? digital? weighted keys?

  • Lucky you! I would love to get a real piano. 👍

  • awesome congrats .what kind, pictures? audio clip?

  • How many instances of your piano can you run simultaneously in AUM?

  • @jolico said:
    How many instances of your piano can you run simultaneously in AUM?

    Each key can be its own instance, but they all sound rather piano-ish.

  • Upright :) and I got a discount because I need to tune it myself :)

    It’s getting delivered this week, I can’t wait!> @jolico said:

    How many instances of your piano can you run simultaneously in AUM?

    😂😂

  • Congrats on your purchase.
    I wish I had the room for a real piano.

  • @CracklePot said:
    Congrats on your purchase.
    I wish I had the room for a real piano.

    Make the room! Who needs a couch 😂😂

  • @Pitje said:
    Upright :) and I got a discount because I need to tune it myself :)

    People will tell you NOT to tune it yourself... so keep it quiet so you can
    have that experience. I found it a very satisfying experience and it really teaches you to listen carefully.

  • @Pitje said:

    @CracklePot said:
    Congrats on your purchase.
    I wish I had the room for a real piano.

    Make the room! Who needs a couch 😂😂

    Couch?
    Actually, it’s my toilet paper stash.
    🤣

  • I can’t wait until I have the space for my acoustic piano. Same here, I love all my tools but my piano and guitar are my lovers

  • Congrats @Pitje !!!!

    I felt I needed a real piano too last year, And managed to get an antique 100 years old beauty last october that I restored myself.
    Since then I`ve been extra creative, the piano is a wonderful instrument!
    Also great to pair with the ipad, here with drambo &friends:

  • @Synthi
    That sounds beautiful.
    And thank you for saving that piano.
    A lot end up in landfills these days, from what I have heard.

  • Thanks! yes! old pianos are full of melodies!

  • Congratulations!
    When pianos are beyond repair there is still this:

  • @Pitje said:
    I love my ipad, my little portable keyboard, my apps, but I missed having a piano, so I fixed it :) wanted to share with you lovely music people :)

    Picture or it dint happen.

  • @ecou said:

    @Pitje said:
    I love my ipad, my little portable keyboard, my apps, but I missed having a piano, so I fixed it :) wanted to share with you lovely music people :)

    Picture or it dint happen.

    +1

  • It’s not here yet! Getting delivered early this coming week! I can barely wait, but I’ll post a pic when it’s here if people are interested :)

  • edited June 28

    @McD said:

    @Pitje said:
    Upright :) and I got a discount because I need to tune it myself :)

    People will tell you NOT to tune it yourself... so keep it quiet so you can
    have that experience. I found it a very satisfying experience and it really teaches you to listen carefully.

    Don’t tune it yourself.
    I had mine tuned from a guy from the piano shop with a tuner, sounded bad.
    Than I had an old music professor come over and he tuned it by ear with a tuning fork. Took a day And was really expensive. Sounds very nice. :)

    Remember this is not as simple as tuning a guitar ;)
    And remember to not set the upright infront of a wall that points outside ;)
    and keep the room climated all the time, otherwise the tuning is out of the window pretty quick ;)

  • If you have no experience definitely don’t tune yourself. It’s a subtle art. Congratulations on getting it.
    I hope it brings you a lot of pleasant hours.

  • edited June 29

    88 keys = 230 or 240 strings to tune
    BTW. What’s the weight of the thing?
    Mine is about 1 metric ton (1000 kg)
    It had rolls under it, but granddad was an idiot and removed the rolls :|
    I have no idea how to move it to the new house. :#

  • A good piano tuner will also fix issues you wouldn’t spot like the action. If it hasn’t been cared for you’ll have to get the thing tuned more regularly at first.

    I have a baby grand. I love it to bits.

  • @Max23 🐘🐘🐘🐘🐘

  • @cian said:
    A good piano tuner will also fix issues you wouldn’t spot like the action. If it hasn’t been cared for you’ll have to get the thing tuned more regularly at first.

    Truth. I got a cheap spinet off of Craigslist last year. Paying a pro $150 to tune it up (and fix a few bits) was very very worth it. I love it.

  • @syrupcore said:

    @cian said:
    A good piano tuner will also fix issues you wouldn’t spot like the action. If it hasn’t been cared for you’ll have to get the thing tuned more regularly at first.

    Truth. I got a cheap spinet off of Craigslist last year. Paying a pro $150 to tune it up (and fix a few bits) was very very worth it. I love it.

    yup, if the mechanic action isn't right its hopeless.

  • @Synthi said:
    Congrats @Pitje !!!!

    I felt I needed a real piano too last year, And managed to get an antique 100 years old beauty last october that I restored myself.
    Since then I`ve been extra creative, the piano is a wonderful instrument!
    Also great to pair with the ipad, here with drambo &friends:

    interesting. that's the first setup I see where drambo is used in an electro acoustic setup. :)

  • If it’s less than baby grand it doesn’t deserve it’s own thread!

    Just kidding

  • @Max23 said:

    @syrupcore said:

    @cian said:
    A good piano tuner will also fix issues you wouldn’t spot like the action. If it hasn’t been cared for you’ll have to get the thing tuned more regularly at first.

    Truth. I got a cheap spinet off of Craigslist last year. Paying a pro $150 to tune it up (and fix a few bits) was very very worth it. I love it.

    yup, if the mechanic action isn't right its hopeless.

    It's half of the playing experience. Very important.

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