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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  • @mistercharlie said:
    Shame it won’t work in Ableton, but totally cool it’s coming to the Mac.

    The appearance of more AUv3 plugins on Mac might just drive host developers to add support…

  • @MadGav said:

    @mistercharlie said:
    Shame it won’t work in Ableton, but totally cool it’s coming to the Mac.

    The appearance of more AUv3 plugins on Mac might just drive host developers to add support…

    I think now that the big developers like Moog have successfully figured it out, the others are catching up. There’s a ton of added value for all-platform plugins.

  • @oat_phipps said:
    Crashhhhhhhh! Riiiiiiiide!

    Perfect. Best drum solution period for iOS. I mainly use it as a sample player as a LinnDrum/Wendel die-hard, but the synth section is awesome as well. So many drum synths can’t get a good, deep snare.

    Wendel are my favorite!. I’m pretty clueless about drum machines but I got the Samples From Mars and when I heard the Wendell I was instantly sold.

  • @tahiche said:

    @oat_phipps said:
    Crashhhhhhhh! Riiiiiiiide!

    Perfect. Best drum solution period for iOS. I mainly use it as a sample player as a LinnDrum/Wendel die-hard, but the synth section is awesome as well. So many drum synths can’t get a good, deep snare.

    Wendel are my favorite!. I’m pretty clueless about drum machines but I got the Samples From Mars and when I heard the Wendell I was instantly sold.

    Yep. Exactly where I discovered it. Those Heart kicks and snares are just perfect.

  • _ki_ki
    edited June 2

    Yay, we now can share patches for FAC Drumkit on PatchStorage 👍🏼

  • Are the sound shaping circles something that cant be exposed as parameters to Drambo being a type of x y ?

  • Were the envelope “graphs” ever automatable? I have this memory of them being automatable, but I am unable to record automation on the graph at the moment. Maybe I am just confusing this with some other plug-in.

  • edited June 16

    @god said:
    Were the envelope “graphs” ever automatable? I have this memory of them being automatable, but I am unable to record automation on the graph at the moment. Maybe I am just confusing this with some other plug-in.

    That would be a terrific upgrade idea. Curve animation/automation.

  • Probably a daft question and not how multi out on iOS works, but there’s no way to group sounds to selected outputs is there? Thanks!

  • wimwim
    edited June 21

    @Zerozerozero said:
    Probably a daft question and not how multi out on iOS works, but there’s no way to group sounds to selected outputs is there? Thanks!

    Not a daft question at all. Unfortunately, that's something that could really use improvement. You only have the option to send to the main output or to the output that corresponds to the pad number. That means setting up 16 channels in AUM, then additional busses if you want to have flexible grouping.

    I really wish all multi-out apps would allow selecting the output for each sound. Those that work this way are soooo much easier to work with.

  • wimwim
    edited June 21

    @FredAntonCorvest - it would be really great if you could consider adding the ability to select which output to send each pad to some time. I could see this as either a dropdown selector where the current toggle is, or repeated taps on that area to cycle through the outputs.

    Most times I'd only need a few outputs - for example, sending all my snares to a single output for adding some reverb, and maybe one for hats to apply a tempo synced delay. AUM and other host setups would be so much more efficient this way. B)

  • @wim said:

    @Zerozerozero said:
    Probably a daft question and not how multi out on iOS works, but there’s no way to group sounds to selected outputs is there? Thanks!

    Not a daft question at all. Unfortunately, that's something that could really use improvement. You only have the option to send to the main output or to the output that corresponds to the pad number. That means setting up 16 channels in AUM, then additional busses if you want to have flexible grouping.

    I really wish all multi-out apps would allow selecting the output for each sound. Those that work this way are soooo much easier to work with.

    Thanks for your reply wim. Agree with all this. Makes for a messy AUM session and rarely need to be processing all those sounds individually. As you say, grouping snares/hats/whatever would be great. @FredAntonCorvest happy to second this for an update and tip as always 👍🏻

  • @wim said:
    @FredAntonCorvest - it would be really great if you could consider adding the ability to select which output to send each pad to some time. I could see this as either a dropdown selector where the current toggle is, or repeated taps on that area to cycle through the outputs.

    Most times I'd only need a few outputs - for example, sending all my snares to a single output for adding some reverb, and maybe one for hats to apply a tempo synced delay. AUM and other host setups would be so much more efficient this way. B)

    Ahhhhh I wondered if I'd missed something. I always quickly label the ones I'm using then have to delete all the spares. I assumed I had missed an option to manually assign individual outs. Turns out I'm not as stupid as I thought.

    +1

  • @god said:
    Were the envelope “graphs” ever automatable? I have this memory of them being automatable, but I am unable to record automation on the graph at the moment. Maybe I am just confusing this with some other plug-in.

    You can alter the pitch of the control points via MIDI CC. See the detailed explanation I provided here

  • @wim said:
    @FredAntonCorvest - it would be really great if you could consider adding the ability to select which output to send each pad to some time. I could see this as either a dropdown selector where the current toggle is, or repeated taps on that area to cycle through the outputs.

    Most times I'd only need a few outputs - for example, sending all my snares to a single output for adding some reverb, and maybe one for hats to apply a tempo synced delay. AUM and other host setups would be so much more efficient this way. B)

    This may be indeed a great addition, I will see what I can do :) Do not hesitate to already send me your mail via private message, to invite you later to test the feature on TestFlight when it's implemented.

  • @FredAntonCorvest said:

    @god said:
    Were the envelope “graphs” ever automatable? I have this memory of them being automatable, but I am unable to record automation on the graph at the moment. Maybe I am just confusing this with some other plug-in.

    You can alter the pitch of the control points via MIDI CC. See the detailed explanation I provided here

    Thank you!

  • @FredAntonCorvest said:

    @wim said:
    @FredAntonCorvest - it would be really great if you could consider adding the ability to select which output to send each pad to some time. I could see this as either a dropdown selector where the current toggle is, or repeated taps on that area to cycle through the outputs.

    Most times I'd only need a few outputs - for example, sending all my snares to a single output for adding some reverb, and maybe one for hats to apply a tempo synced delay. AUM and other host setups would be so much more efficient this way. B)

    This may be indeed a great addition, I will see what I can do :) Do not hesitate to already send me your mail via private message, to invite you later to test the feature on TestFlight when it's implemented.

    Thank you! You are the best!

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