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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Audiobus is the app that makes the rest of your setup better.

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  • @ashh said:

    @klownshed said:

    @ashh said:

    @klownshed said:
    I'm starting to get UVI Falcon videos appear in my Youtube recommendations :-/

    And therefore you have clamped the tinfoil hat on?

    I am now. You obviously have a feed into my laptop camera to know that I'm wearing my special hat.

    Yeah, it's quite disturbing as it looks straight up your nose.

    Thanks for the heads-up nose-up. I've adjusted it now. Better?

  • edited October 16

    Izotope Ozone Elements 9 is free for a “limited time”:

    https://www.izotope.com/en/shop/ozone-elements.html

    It says add to cart for $129 at the top of the page but if you scroll down you can download it for free for their 20th anniversary.

  • @klownshed said:
    Izotope Ozone Elements 9 is free for a “limited time”:

    https://www.izotope.com/en/shop/ozone-elements.html

    It says add to cart for $129 at the top of the page but if you scroll down you can download it for free for their 20th anniversary.

    I managed to get the entire Elements suite piece by piece, they go free on Plugin Boutique several times a year

  • Rekkerd has a free Techno rave sample pack, usually like $12.36 or something for the pack. Here’s the link via BPB.

    https://bedroomproducersblog.com/2021/10/16/techno-rave-sample-pack-by-superjunk-is-free-rekkerd/

  • edited October 17

    @ahallam said:

    @klownshed said:
    Izotope Ozone Elements 9 is free for a “limited time”:

    https://www.izotope.com/en/shop/ozone-elements.html

    It says add to cart for $129 at the top of the page but if you scroll down you can download it for free for their 20th anniversary.

    I managed to get the entire Elements suite piece by piece, they go free on Plugin Boutique several times a year

    Cool. I bought one of the Plugin Boutique bundles a couple of years ago primarily to get Ozone elements 9.

    I found Ozone most useful to get a guide 'master' that gave me something to aim for and recreate with individual plug-ins. Without something like Ozone 'showing me the way' I found it harder to know what to aim for, but using individual plug-ins I got a final result I was happier with. I must admit I've not really used any of the other apps I got in the bundle such as Nectar or Neutron.

  • For anyone still sitting on the UVI Falcon sale fence, I just had to throw in my 3 or so days of personal experience. This is truly a monster and beyond sounding incredible, is actually super fun to program and explore patch creation. I am only scratching the surface in regards to the way everything works, however I actually really love the insane depth and way things are setup (deceptively logical and organic). I love Pigments and it's immediacy, however when I came back to it after playing with Falcon I kept wishing for so many of the features and depth of Falcon. As for price, this is cheap in my book - just look at the range of oscillators and how many synths it basically replaces and possibly betters. If this was 10 years or so ago and this was a hardware synth with this engine, you can imagine the kind of multiple on the RRP. No I don't work for UVI, just haven't been this excited about a software synth in a long while.

  • Glad you like it @Cambler.

    For anybody still considering picking up Falcon, tomorrow (the 18th) is the last day of the current promotion.

  • It’s a wrap.

  • @jonmoore said:
    Glad you like it @Cambler.

    For anybody still considering picking up Falcon, tomorrow (the 18th) is the last day of the current promotion.

    Oh no! I thought I made my mind, not to get into this, but today I‘m still anxious. How is UVIs Orchestral Suite, can it’s sound reach other orchestral libraries on the market?

  • @Satie said:

    @jonmoore said:
    Glad you like it @Cambler.

    For anybody still considering picking up Falcon, tomorrow (the 18th) is the last day of the current promotion.

    Oh no! I thought I made my mind, not to get into this, but today I‘m still anxious. How is UVIs Orchestral Suite, can it’s sound reach other orchestral libraries on the market?

    I’ll have to defer to Jon here as I’ve not used it. Read some commentary online which wasn’t overly positive (about that particular soundware/library) but I also heard some examples of it on YouTube which sounded really nice. Unhelpful I know.

  • @gusgranite said:
    It’s a wrap.

    Any new plugins/hardware?

  • @gusgranite said:
    It’s a wrap.

    And now we wait. :) They still have two weeks to go and want to keep pushing sales, so there's a fair chance they will think up some further surprises, including new products etc. Or not. But worst case scenario, the exact same offer will now be on the table until the end of October.

  • edited October 17

    Once more about the IK group buy… So, now I received my Uno Synth and registered it. I was thinking about it already befor the deal came up. I’ve read the great overview of @klownshed and I think I understood the path that the Uno Synth opened up for me. But now I‘m totally overwhelmed by the choices. I am iPad only at the moment but planning to buy a MacBook Air next year. I don‘t know anything about the desktop music world and I don‘t know the IK software products. So, I need some advice what to choose.

    I am into electronic music and I do not record or play any instruments. On the desktop I have nothing besides Synthmaster - I couldn’t resist a deal. I even haven’t decided about the DAW but I guess it will be Logic or Ableton. ATM I would definitely prefer products that would support my iPad music making. I also don‘t have Mixbox on my iPad but I think the iPad version is not on sale, right? Is ARC worth to get to make the most out of my monitors but it won‘t help me on the iPad, right? So what would you recommend me? Honestly, I’m also not completely sure if I really will change to laptop… maybe just for mastering 🤔

    One last thing… I think I can make my decisions on the IK’s promotion page and then download the products any time also after the deal expired. It’s important to make the choices before the deadline, right?

  • UVI is good people
    You can feel confident buying from them

    I’ll probably be buying Falcon on this sale too
    Then BF sales next month use the $100 voucher on some more soundwares!

    I forgot about the Ik group buy for a minute, better log back,in and grab the last of my freebies!

    The new Tascam Tape models look pretty damn cool too! Said I was done on tape emulations lol!

  • @Satie said:

    @jonmoore said:
    Glad you like it @Cambler.

    For anybody still considering picking up Falcon, tomorrow (the 18th) is the last day of the current promotion.

    Oh no! I thought I made my mind, not to get into this, but today I‘m still anxious. How is UVIs Orchestral Suite, can it’s sound reach other orchestral libraries on the market?

    Classic Orchestral isn't really UVI or Falcon's strength. Kontakt libraries still rule the roost in that department. Twisted modern takes on orchestral timbres are where it excels!. There are plenty of libraries that take the harmonics of orchestral timbres as starting points for otherworldly sounds.

    In terms of its libraries, I'd compare it more to Spectrasonics offerings than Kontakt. It does everything Omnisphere can do and then betters it considerably. But Spectrasonics Keyscape edges out the UVI Keys Suite Bundle (it's a close second).

    Outside of all the ace classic synth stuff that's bundled under the Vintage Vault 3, its World Suite 2 is great (probably best in class) and the Toy Suite really comes alive via Falcon's synthesis capabilities. A recent favourite of mine is hard to describe so just check about the audio demos for the Quadra library. BTW the best audio demos are hidden away at the foot of every library page. The is where you'll find 15-20+ demo pieces from the artists that programmed the presets.

    The page below has all the UVI Soundware libraries and Falcon specific Expansions. It starts with the bundles at the top and then the individual libraries themselves. Below that are the third party libraries for UVI which includes the awesome Ravenscroft piano library (the ios version is minuscule by comparison).

    https://www.uvi.net/en/soundware

    https://www.uvi.net/licensing-third-parties

  • @krassmann said:
    Once more about the IK group buy… So, now I received my Uno Synth and registered it. I was thinking about it already befor the deal came up. I’ve read the great overview of @klownshed and I think I understood the path that the Uno Synth opened up for me. But now I‘m totally overwhelmed by the choices. I am iPad only at the moment but planning to buy a MacBook Air next year. I don‘t know anything about the desktop music world and I don‘t know the IK software products. So, I need some advice what to choose.

    I am into electronic music and I do not record or play any instruments. On the desktop I have nothing besides Synthmaster - I couldn’t resist a deal. I even haven’t decided about the DAW but I guess it will be Logic or Ableton. ATM I would definitely prefer products that would support my iPad music making. I also don‘t have Mixbox on my iPad but I think the iPad version is not on sale, right? Is ARC worth to get to make the most out of my monitors but it won‘t help me on the iPad, right? So what would you recommend me? Honestly, I’m also not completely sure if I really will change to laptop… maybe just for mastering 🤔

    One last thing… I think I can make my decisions on the IK’s promotion page and then download the products any time also after the deal expired. It’s important to make the choices before the deadline, right?

    I’m in a similar place, I instantly selected mixbox, sampletron, and miroslav ce. I’m thinking I definitely should get one of the t-racks as the one I have doesn’t have the new variable mu and other stuff, and amplitube, but I’m really not that certain I’ll get syntronik as I guess it’s just loads of samples of old synths and probably not my cup o tea… I’ve got some gear credits as well, so might as well spend them and get in at a lower tier for some spare fx and that, not sure whether the 80 or 100 more level is best though…

  • I know everyone is sick of the IK deal (me too!) but I still can’t believe I got this haul for a total of $152! (I already own T-Racks FX, Tapes, and Syntronik from a previous group buy)

    SampleTron 2
    MODO Bass
    MODO Drum
    Sampletank 4
    MixBox
    Sunset Sound Studio Reverb
    Comprexxor
    Amplitube 5
    Hammond B3
    Cinekinetik Fractured Piano
    Cinekinetik Malletension
    Cinekinetik Malletopia
    Cinekinetik Shipwreck Piano
    Alternate Keys
    Miroslav Philharmonic 2 CE
    Elektromagnetic Electric Piano Bass
    Elektromagnetic Electric Grand C70P
    Elektromagnetic Stage 73 Mark V
    Elektromagnetic Wurly Model 120
    Orchestral Percussion
    Cinematic Percussion
    Clavitube
    Billy Cobham Drums
    Hugh Padgham Drums
    Neil Peart Drums
    Terry Bozzio Drums
    American Acoustic
    London Grooves
    Fulltone Collection
    SVX 2
    Mic Room
    CSR Hall Reverb
    CSR Inverse Reverb
    CSR Plate Reverb
    CSR Room Reverb
    T-Rex Replica Delay
    Contour Wah
    Nu-Tron III
    Shape Shifter
    Alan Parsons Imperial Grand
    Brandenburg Piano
    Hitmaker: Trap
    Hitmaker: Reggaeton
    Hitmaker: EDM
    Seek Wah
    Seek Trem
    X-Time
    X-Space

    Thank you @ikmultimedia for a killer campaign! 👏

  • That’s quite a list! 75?

  • Holy Hell there is a great bundle pack for FREE from WA Production, Regular price is $133.50.

    We Love FL Studio Free Bundle 3 - has 1 plugin, 4 sample packs and 1 video course included for free. Grab it while you can…

    https://www.waproduction.com/bundles/view/we-love-fl-studio-free-bundle-3#a_aid=5d9df79b93b76

  • Reverb has a new free sample pack…

    Elektron Model:Samples Sample Pack by RedStripeDown

    https://reverb.com/software/presets/reverb/3780-elektron-model-samples-sample-pack-by-redstripedown

  • @gusgranite said:
    I know everyone is sick of the IK deal (me too!) but I still can’t believe I got this haul for a total of $152! (I already own T-Racks FX, Tapes, and Syntronik from a previous group buy)

    SampleTron 2
    MODO Bass
    MODO Drum
    Sampletank 4
    MixBox
    Sunset Sound Studio Reverb
    Comprexxor
    Amplitube 5
    Hammond B3
    Cinekinetik Fractured Piano
    Cinekinetik Malletension
    Cinekinetik Malletopia
    Cinekinetik Shipwreck Piano
    Alternate Keys
    Miroslav Philharmonic 2 CE
    Elektromagnetic Electric Piano Bass
    Elektromagnetic Electric Grand C70P
    Elektromagnetic Stage 73 Mark V
    Elektromagnetic Wurly Model 120
    Orchestral Percussion
    Cinematic Percussion
    Clavitube
    Billy Cobham Drums
    Hugh Padgham Drums
    Neil Peart Drums
    Terry Bozzio Drums
    American Acoustic
    London Grooves
    Fulltone Collection
    SVX 2
    Mic Room
    CSR Hall Reverb
    CSR Inverse Reverb
    CSR Plate Reverb
    CSR Room Reverb
    T-Rex Replica Delay
    Contour Wah
    Nu-Tron III
    Shape Shifter
    Alan Parsons Imperial Grand
    Brandenburg Piano
    Hitmaker: Trap
    Hitmaker: Reggaeton
    Hitmaker: EDM
    Seek Wah
    Seek Trem
    X-Time
    X-Space

    Thank you @ikmultimedia for a killer campaign! 👏

    Three sets of 25 free downloads? Whoa.

  • @klownshed said:

    @ashh said:

    @klownshed said:

    @ashh said:

    @klownshed said:
    I'm starting to get UVI Falcon videos appear in my Youtube recommendations :-/

    And therefore you have clamped the tinfoil hat on?

    I am now. You obviously have a feed into my laptop camera to know that I'm wearing my special hat.

    Yeah, it's quite disturbing as it looks straight up your nose.

    Thanks for the heads-up nose-up. I've adjusted it now. Better?

    Miles. I can see the cat now. Has it got a tin foil hat on?

  • @krassmann said:
    Once more about the IK group buy… So, now I received my Uno Synth and registered it. I was thinking about it already befor the deal came up. I’ve read the great overview of @klownshed and I think I understood the path that the Uno Synth opened up for me. But now I‘m totally overwhelmed by the choices. I am iPad only at the moment but planning to buy a MacBook Air next year. I don‘t know anything about the desktop music world and I don‘t know the IK software products. So, I need some advice what to choose.

    I am into electronic music and I do not record or play any instruments. On the desktop I have nothing besides Synthmaster - I couldn’t resist a deal. I even haven’t decided about the DAW but I guess it will be Logic or Ableton. ATM I would definitely prefer products that would support my iPad music making. I also don‘t have Mixbox on my iPad but I think the iPad version is not on sale, right? Is ARC worth to get to make the most out of my monitors but it won‘t help me on the iPad, right? So what would you recommend me? Honestly, I’m also not completely sure if I really will change to laptop… maybe just for mastering 🤔

    One last thing… I think I can make my decisions on the IK’s promotion page and then download the products any time also after the deal expired. It’s important to make the choices before the deadline, right?

    Do you have access to a Mac or PC?

    If you don't, don't get anything with a sound library as you need to download those with the Mac/PC only product manager app. Also you only have 180 days to download the sound content. There is no time limit on downloading apps.

    The next question would be do you intend sticking to the 24 free items you get with the UNO Synth or do you want to go in at a lower tier as well?

    So assuming you have no access to a Mac and are sticking to what you get free with the UNO I'd get the following (all of which qualify in the €149 tier as the UNO gets you cross grade offers):

    OPTION 1 : NO PC/MAC YET, NO ADDITIONAL TIERS

    1. MIXBOX

    2. MODO Bass

    3. MODO Drums

    They're both acoustic, but still (for me at least) useful for electronic music. Nothing wrong with mixing 'real' drum and bass in with synths. Just ask Gary Numan in 1979 :-)

    T-Rack 5 and SE (getting both will get you additional modules freeing up valuable slots and you'll get some good modules such as 1176, 670, Equal, Dyna-mu, Master Match , ONE, Tape Echo, White LA and the "classic' stuff but don't worry about duplicates)

    1. T-Racks 5
    2. T-Racks SE

    3. Amplitube 5 -- Synths can sound great through guitar rigs. Also there are lots of pedals and fx which are useful.

    4. Hammond B3X -- Really nice Hammond.

    I'd then use the rest of my slots for T-Racks processors. Piroritise the >€99 ones first:

    1. Sunset Sound Studio Reverb
    2. Comprexxor
    3. T-RackS Leslie
    4. Stealth Limiter
    5. Master EQ 432

    I'd also get the X-Gear pedals. They have lots of fx each and can be set up to just use the pedal within Amplitube 5 bypassing all the other stuff.

    1. X-Drive
    2. X-Space
    3. X-Time
    4. X-Vibe

    Then round out with the €99 tier T-Racks processors that don't have equivalents in MixBox:

    17 Space Delay
    18 11 Precision Comp/Limiter
    19 Bus Compressor

    Then if you like the tape machines (They're pretty good, very high CPU use but nice for mastering)

    20 Tape Machine 24
    21 Tape Machine 80
    22 Tape Machine 99
    23 Tape Machine 440

    And the last slot could be Lurssen Mastering Console or ARC.

    You won't need Lurssen as you'll have all the T-Racks stuff you could want for mastering (including the app which is pretty nice and also the 'suite' plug-in that lets you combine the modules in the DAW).

    However, I think it's good to get you a guide 'master' that you can try and replicate with T-Racks and learn how they all go together with a nice reference to aim for. Also in a pinch you'll get a fairly decent Master with very little effort. The extra effort is definitely worth it but depending on how experienced you are and how much time you have it might take a fair bit of practice before your mixes are better than you can get from Lurssen with a couple of clicks.

    You might prefer to get the ARC software and get a measurement Mic later on to help sort your room if you think it will be beneficial.

    Obviously switch out anything you don't fancy with any of the Amplitube Collections if you like guitar amps.

    None of the above apps have any limits as to when you can download them. Just make sure you claim and register them. However, I'm not 100% sure if you'll need Product Manager on a Mac/PC to complete this. Probably worth checking with IK first.

    OPTION 2 : YOU HAVE A PC/MAC and can download all the sound content within 180 days or don't mind paying €7 (€10 less jam point discount) to get another 180 days to download the content any time in the future. (You can download any sound content in those extra 180 days, you don't have to pay for download credits for each sound library).

    Switch out any of the above for:

    SYNTRONIK DELUXE (JUST THE DELUXE VERSION -- It gives you ALL the synths -- big downloads though!)
    SAMPLETRON 2 (I really like this one).

    Any of the Sampletank libraries that you like the look of. Shipwreck and fractured Pianos are pretty nice for example. You can get much of what IK offer for free from PianoBook though. They do some awesome weird piano sounds.

    I wouldn't bother with Sampeltank 4 unless you know you want the standard content. it's huge and you have to download all of it in one go. One pain point with IK is that they expect you to always want everything. You can't pick and choose what to download and install. Also you can also use any of the add-on libraries with the free version of Sampletank if any of them catch your ear.

    Just to confirm, none of the above apps other than Syntronik and Sampletank have sound content to download. MODO/Hammond etc. don't have the 180 day download limit (again, the apps don't have the limit, just sound library content).

    If you like strings you can also consider getting the Miroslav Philarmonik SE Edition.

    If you add an extra €99 tier (Which you can buy with gear credits with discount code I mentioned above but don't have handy) and the Jam points you will have accrued if you jump through some IK hoops (For example you'll get extra points for registering the free iPhone/iPad apps within the app). This extra tier will allow you to get everything IK offer for the group buy that's >€99 except for Miroslav full version. You then use the €99 tier to get a good number of the amplitube collections and T-Racks modules to round out your haul.

    There's some really nice stuff in there.

    Hope this helps.

  • @klownshed said:
    If you don't, don't get anything with a sound library as you need to download those with the Mac/PC only product manager app. Also you only have 180 days to download the sound content. There is no time limit on downloading apps.

    Actually you can download the sound libraries from the "My Products" area of your user area without using Product Manager. But the 180 day limit does apply and you do need a place to store all those GB of sounds if you don't want to pay $10 or whatever to download everything after the 180 day limit for sound libraries.

  • @NeuM said:

    @gusgranite said:
    I know everyone is sick of the IK deal (me too!) but I still can’t believe I got this haul for a total of $152! (I already own T-Racks FX, Tapes, and Syntronik from a previous group buy)

    SampleTron 2
    MODO Bass
    MODO Drum
    Sampletank 4
    MixBox
    Sunset Sound Studio Reverb
    Comprexxor
    Amplitube 5
    Hammond B3
    Cinekinetik Fractured Piano
    Cinekinetik Malletension
    Cinekinetik Malletopia
    Cinekinetik Shipwreck Piano
    Alternate Keys
    Miroslav Philharmonic 2 CE
    Elektromagnetic Electric Piano Bass
    Elektromagnetic Electric Grand C70P
    Elektromagnetic Stage 73 Mark V
    Elektromagnetic Wurly Model 120
    Orchestral Percussion
    Cinematic Percussion
    Clavitube
    Billy Cobham Drums
    Hugh Padgham Drums
    Neil Peart Drums
    Terry Bozzio Drums
    American Acoustic
    London Grooves
    Fulltone Collection
    SVX 2
    Mic Room
    CSR Hall Reverb
    CSR Inverse Reverb
    CSR Plate Reverb
    CSR Room Reverb
    T-Rex Replica Delay
    Contour Wah
    Nu-Tron III
    Shape Shifter
    Alan Parsons Imperial Grand
    Brandenburg Piano
    Hitmaker: Trap
    Hitmaker: Reggaeton
    Hitmaker: EDM
    Seek Wah
    Seek Trem
    X-Time
    X-Space

    Thank you @ikmultimedia for a killer campaign! 👏

    Three sets of 25 free downloads? Whoa.

    Just the two 🙂

  • edited October 18

    Get 50% off any one product at Spitfire (with some exceptions) ending very soon (only on for 100,000 seconds from a bit earlier today):

    https://www.chgonerogue.com/

    Offer valid on individual libraries £/$/€100 and over. Offer Excludes Collections, Contemporary Drama Toolkit, Albion Solstice, Hammers, Abbey Road One: Orchestral Foundations and Stratus. Limited to one product per customer and there must only be one product in your cart when checking out.

    Offer valid from

    17 October 2021 at 17:00 BST - 18 October 2021 at 21:18 BST

  • @Poppadocrock said:
    Holy Hell there is a great bundle pack for FREE from WA Production, Regular price is $133.50.

    We Love FL Studio Free Bundle 3 - has 1 plugin, 4 sample packs and 1 video course included for free. Grab it while you can…

    https://www.waproduction.com/bundles/view/we-love-fl-studio-free-bundle-3#a_aid=5d9df79b93b76

    Thanks for the heads up! No need to make an account, use a card or anything… just downloads straight to ipad.

  • @gusgranite said:

    @NeuM said:

    @gusgranite said:
    I know everyone is sick of the IK deal (me too!) but I still can’t believe I got this haul for a total of $152! (I already own T-Racks FX, Tapes, and Syntronik from a previous group buy)

    SampleTron 2
    MODO Bass
    MODO Drum
    Sampletank 4
    MixBox
    Sunset Sound Studio Reverb
    Comprexxor
    Amplitube 5
    Hammond B3
    Cinekinetik Fractured Piano
    Cinekinetik Malletension
    Cinekinetik Malletopia
    Cinekinetik Shipwreck Piano
    Alternate Keys
    Miroslav Philharmonic 2 CE
    Elektromagnetic Electric Piano Bass
    Elektromagnetic Electric Grand C70P
    Elektromagnetic Stage 73 Mark V
    Elektromagnetic Wurly Model 120
    Orchestral Percussion
    Cinematic Percussion
    Clavitube
    Billy Cobham Drums
    Hugh Padgham Drums
    Neil Peart Drums
    Terry Bozzio Drums
    American Acoustic
    London Grooves
    Fulltone Collection
    SVX 2
    Mic Room
    CSR Hall Reverb
    CSR Inverse Reverb
    CSR Plate Reverb
    CSR Room Reverb
    T-Rex Replica Delay
    Contour Wah
    Nu-Tron III
    Shape Shifter
    Alan Parsons Imperial Grand
    Brandenburg Piano
    Hitmaker: Trap
    Hitmaker: Reggaeton
    Hitmaker: EDM
    Seek Wah
    Seek Trem
    X-Time
    X-Space

    Thank you @ikmultimedia for a killer campaign! 👏

    Three sets of 25 free downloads? Whoa.

    Just the two 🙂

    Ach. Of course. I didn't bother actually counting the total at first. ;)

  • @klownshed thank you very very much for this comprehensive answer. You must have spent quite some time writing it 🙏🙏🙏

    I think your recommendations make a lot of sense. I’ll spend the next days studying these products and make my choices. I actually have a MacBook but it is from my work and I can‘t fill its drive with GB of music stuff. I think I‘ll buy a MacBook Air next year, hopefully with a M2 inside. It’s totally okay for me to pay 10$ to download it then. BTW, is their software already Apple silicon native?

    Generally I must say that it feels somehow wrong to download all of their software just because it is free and not because I really need it. I will spend a lot of time exploring and learning these programs instead of making music 🤔 I think I will make my selection based on what makes sense for me. I wish I could have Mixbox on my iPad.

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