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.

Top iOS Music Production Channels You Should Know

Making music on the iPhone & iPad is getting more popular each and every year and that attention is inspiring more channels than ever before. Here's a list of our favorite youtubers right now. If we missed any that you follow make sure to leave them in a comment below!

In no particular order:
-Henny Tha Bizness
-The Sound Test Room
-Jakob Haq
-The GarageBand Guide
-Studio Live Today
-iPad Beat Making
-Nu-Trix The Synth Guy
-Electronisounds Audio
-elbowMedia Studios
-Jamie Mallender
-Bolo Da Producer
-BrandonRico Simpson
-Music Technologist
-SoundForMore Tutorials
-Gavinski’s Tutorials
-WeSampleEverything
-TheAudioDabbler
-Khordmaster
-Jade Starr

Full Blog Post -> https://mobilemusicpro.com/blogs/news/top-ios-music-production-channels

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  • Sorry to be ‘that bloke’ but can’t you just list them here? There’s no point discussing it here if you don’t.

  • @klownshed said:
    Sorry to be ‘that bloke’ but can’t you just list them here? There’s no point discussing it here if you don’t.

    Apologies I'll edit the post.

  • edited January 18

    Perplex on is not strictly iOS, but he does a lot on his iPad and iPhone, and is consistently inspiring.

    @PeteSasqwax has a very informative channel

    Playpm is great

    Benn jordan did a good episode on iPads, wish he’d do more!

    Then there’s Eylvy too.

    And Mylar Melodies did a good episode about playing moogfest with just his iPhone

  • @MobileMusicPro said:

    @klownshed said:
    Sorry to be ‘that bloke’ but can’t you just list them here? There’s no point discussing it here if you don’t.

    Apologies I'll edit the post.

    No worries no need to agopolise :-)

    There are loads of channels on that list I’ve never seen… will have to try and take a look when I have some time.

  • edited January 18

    Gavinski's Tutorials is my favorite one. Specially since he abandoned the tutorials part, and decided to simply be Gavinski. I appreciate these short videos, in which he simply enjoys doing sound experimentations, which is the thing in which he excels. Incredibly inspiring material.

    Regarding tutorials, SoundForMore is my favourite, by a large margin. He does deep tutorials of intricate and complex applications from indie developers that nobody else is trying to explain. A Youtuber doing iOS music production videos only obtains my respect when he has covered Igor Vasiliev's works. To learn how to use Cubasis, I already have a manual, and it's faster than watching a long video.

  • Dan baker channel for GarageBand enthusiasts is a must watch imo

  • edited January 18

    @Pynchon said:
    Gavinski's Tutorials is my favorite one. Specially since he abandoned the tutorials part, and decided to simply be Gavinski. I appreciate these short videos, in which he simply enjoys doing sound experimentations, which is the thing in which he excels. Incredibly inspiring material.

    Regarding tutorials, SoundForMore is my favourite, by a large margin. He does deep tutorials of intricate and complex applications from indie developers that nobody else is trying to explain. A Youtuber doing iOS music production videos only obtains my respect when he has covered Igor Vasiliev's works. To learn how to use Cubasis, I already have a manual, and it's faster than watching a long video.

    All great channels indeed! Yes I try to keep the videos on our channel short to around 10-20 minutes but the focus of the channel is not to teach Cubasis, it's to teach music production, Cubasis is simply the vehicle through which that happens. Eventually there will be sound design and music theory videos as well but all done inside the Cubasis DAW.

  • @hellquist said:
    I'm missing Adam Hardymans channel.

    https://www.youtube.com/c/AdamHardymaniOSMM/videos

    He’s really really good!

  • edited January 18

    Personal favourites.

    Henny Tha Bizness - He has wicked grooves coming out of his fingertips.

    The Sound Test Room - His sheer enthusiasm is fun to watch.

    Jakob Haq - Down to earth style

    Gavinski’s Tutorials - His shorts are sonic pleasures,
    visual stimulating and concise works of Art.

    @seonnthaproducer - He has natural delivery and leaves cliffhangers
    so that one can engage with and he can sing.

    Though there are other creators here on the platform

    Honourable mentions in no particular order.

    @LinearLineman @echoopera @supadom
    @Edward_Alexander @flo26 and @Paulieworld

  • @Gravitas The Sound Test Room was my favorite resource when I first started making music on my iPad.
    Although we have never met, I feel like Doug is an old friend.
    Very knowledgeable , and seems like a really decent guy.

  • edited January 19

    @sevenape You're my man, the Perplex channel is amazing. Best discovery since State Azure.

  • @Paulieworld said:
    @Gravitas The Sound Test Room was my favorite resource when I first started making music on my iPad.

    Same here.
    I’ve mentioned it before in another thread I’m sure,
    whenever I went looking for information for any app
    either a video from The Sound Test Room and Jakob Haq turned up.
    It’s also because of them that I also discovered the Audiobus Forum.

    Although we have never met, I feel like Doug is an old friend.
    Very knowledgeable , and seems like a really decent guy.

    Agreed.
    His live chats are always fun and he does seem like a decent guy.

  • Thanks @MobileMusicPro.
    I appreciate what you and all the fine iOS knowledge sharers do for us.

  • @Gravitas said:
    Personal favourites.

    Henny Tha Bizness - He has wicked grooves coming out of his fingertips.

    The Sound Test Room - His sheer enthusiasm is fun to watch.

    Jakob Haq - Down to earth style

    Gavinski’s Tutorials - His shorts are sonic pleasures,
    visual stimulating and concise works of Art.

    @seonnthaproducer - He has natural delivery and leaves cliffhangers
    so that one can engage with and he can sing.

    Though there are other creators here on the platform

    Honourable mentions in no particular order.

    @LinearLineman @echoopera @supadom
    @Edward_Alexander @flo26 and @Paulieworld

    Thanks for the mention @Gravitas! What an honor!

  • edited January 19

    @Edward_Alexander

    It’s well deserved dude.

    I saw how you upped your level in regards to videos and content.
    Very enjoyable.
    You’ve been asking engaging questions and listened to advice.
    With every video and piece you’ve recorded you’ve grown as an artist and producer.
    Really cool to see.

  • @Gravitas said:
    Personal favourites.

    Henny Tha Bizness - He has wicked grooves coming out of his fingertips.

    The Sound Test Room - His sheer enthusiasm is fun to watch.

    Jakob Haq - Down to earth style

    Gavinski’s Tutorials - His shorts are sonic pleasures,
    visual stimulating and concise works of Art.

    @seonnthaproducer - He has natural delivery and leaves cliffhangers
    so that one can engage with and he can sing.

    Though there are other creators here on the platform

    Honourable mentions in no particular order.

    @LinearLineman @echoopera @supadom
    @Edward_Alexander @flo26 and @Paulieworld

    Thanks for the mention!
    Much appreciated!
    🙏🙏

  • It's worth visiting the Blog post to be able to quickly sample the video channels mentioned and "Subscribe and Like" anything that works for you. Growing the audience is the critical success factor for these creatives. It's good to see @MobileMusicPro supporting the community to "raise all boats".

    https://mobilemusicpro.com/blogs/news/top-ios-music-production-channels

    If there are names on the list you don't recognize then click-scroll-click and you'll get a sample.

  • @Gravitas said:
    @Edward_Alexander

    It’s well deserved dude.

    I saw how you upped your level in regards to videos and content.
    Very enjoyable.
    You’ve been asking engaging questions and listened to advice.
    With every video and piece you’ve recorded you’ve grown as an artist and producer.
    Really cool to see.

    Thanks Grav, you’re too kind!

  • @Pynchon said:
    @sevenape You're my man, the Perplex channel is amazing. Best discovery since State Azure.

    If you like those check out Jay Hosking’s channel

  • Thanks from me, too @Gravitas. Wish we heard more of your stuff.🎶😎

  • @LinearLineman said:
    Thanks from me, too @Gravitas. Wish we heard more of your stuff.🎶😎

    You’re welcome.

    There’s definitely more music coming.

    I took some time out to write a series of short pieces, almost prose
    which took a little bit of time in developing and to start preparing
    for my first full on iOS electronica album.
    There’s quite a few tracks so bear with me. 🙏🏾

  • @Gravitas said:

    @LinearLineman said:
    Thanks from me, too @Gravitas. Wish we heard more of your stuff.🎶😎

    You’re welcome.

    There’s definitely more music coming.

    I took some time out to write a series of short pieces, almost prose
    which took a little bit of time in developing and to start preparing
    for my first full on iOS electronica album.
    There’s quite a few tracks so bear with me. 🙏🏾

    That’s very good news, mate.

  • edited January 20

    Thanks @Gravitas
    Not to be forgotten, mr Gravitas’ YT channel:

  • @supadom

    You do me great honour.

    Thank you. 🙏🏾

  • @Gravitas said:
    Though there are other creators here on the platform

    Honourable mentions in no particular order.

    @LinearLineman @echoopera @supadom
    @Edward_Alexander @flo26 and @Paulieworld [@gravitas too]

    Yes! A list of creatives using IOS for their productions would make a great follow up article
    from @MobileMusicPro with a thread posted here to patch all the holes. Thats a win-win-win.

  • @Gravitas said:
    Personal favourites.

    Henny Tha Bizness - He has wicked grooves coming out of his fingertips.

    The Sound Test Room - His sheer enthusiasm is fun to watch.

    Jakob Haq - Down to earth style

    Gavinski’s Tutorials - His shorts are sonic pleasures,
    visual stimulating and concise works of Art.

    @seonnthaproducer - He has natural delivery and leaves cliffhangers
    so that one can engage with and he can sing.

    Though there are other creators here on the platform

    Honourable mentions in no particular order.

    @LinearLineman @echoopera @supadom
    @Edward_Alexander @flo26 and @Paulieworld

    Truly appreciate the mention 🙏🏼💕

  • edited January 20

    @supadom said:
    Thanks @Gravitas
    Not to be forgotten, mr Gravitas’ YT channel:

    I remember this. Lovely and fluid.

    Lol, I just noticed your spatulated fingertips. My early teacher, Mr. Feldman, sported similar.
    Perfect for a piano player!

  • @Pynchon said:
    @sevenape You're my man, the Perplex channel is amazing. Best discovery since State Azure.

    You’re totally welcome, he’s awesome isn’t he!? and Thanks for that state azure! I’ve subscribed!

    I was also partial to a bit of batteries, beats and the great outdoors outside of the iOS bubble

    https://youtube.com/c/BatteriesBeatsandtheGreatOutdoors

    @wired2moon said:

    @Pynchon said:
    @sevenape You're my man, the Perplex channel is amazing. Best discovery since State Azure.

    If you like those check out Jay Hosking’s channel

    Ooh, don’t know him I’ll check him out!

  • @McD said:

    @Gravitas said:
    Though there are other creators here on the platform

    Honourable mentions in no particular order.

    @LinearLineman @echoopera @supadom
    @Edward_Alexander @flo26 and @Paulieworld [@gravitas too]

    Yes! A list of creatives using IOS for their productions would make a great follow up article
    from @MobileMusicPro with a thread posted here to patch all the holes. Thats a win-win-win.

    Fantastic idea!

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