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.Download on the App Store
Audiobus is the app that makes the rest of your setup better.
Loopy Pro Roadmap
See Loopy Pro's roadmap to vote on roadmap items (to help me prioritise features!), see what's currently in progress and upcoming, and subscribe to receive notifications when particular features are implemented.
That’s enough features to keep you busy for a couple of years
any chance of multi in/out for auv3’s hosted within LP?
Very impressive. I've never seen any developer present a huge checklist of options and allow users to vote on features.
Yeh, I noticed that missing too. I used the ideas tab to request it.
Isn’t this what you are looking for? Or don’t I read it correctly
I think @wim added it via ideas (thanks @wim !)
When you submit an idea, should it appear on the listing immediately?
This interactive roadmap is a great idea!
Yes. Thanks @wim that is one of my primary wishlist features.
Absolutely great, @Michael. I wish all developers would be so transparent. 👏
I can only imagine @Michael promoted it from ideas to the roadmap straight away
This is genius. Not many developers are willing to publish this freely. Kudos for sure.
I hadn’t though about the “Comping” feature and it’s the best idea ever!.
Besides comping a good take, it’s got a ton of very useful possibilities:
It’s great to see this sort of thing in commercial software, especially from such a singular developer as Michael. I’m quite used to things like it from open source (mainly blender but a few others as well), but I’ve not seen anything as open and comprehensive from a closed source dev before…
Already pretty clear which thing on the roadmap is outright 'winning', and I'm sure that Michael knew it would!
@tahiche Comping! Yes!
This is the thing to be able to press any part of a song vertically/horizontally on a touch pad and loop record it till your satisfied.
This and Midi recording is what I’m waiting for (:
Yeah…the winner was quite obvious…
What I’m surprised of is some features not receiving much votes. Probably some of them are not too easy to understand or not immediate to bind to the possibilities they would open.
Michael knows which one would be my favorite, but at the moment people don’t see the abilities it will give access to (please guys, read my comment at “ Cross-device canvas” and VOTE FOR IT 😂)
OMG that backlog must be terrifying and inspiring!
(Who does a kanban board right to left? Must be southern hemisphere thing...)
Wow! A ‚modifier widget’! So cool. I was wondering why none of iOS music apps that I’m aware of use this handy feature. Most graphic/painting/sculpting apps on the platform have been utilitizing this solution for years. It gives so much more potential for touch interface controls.
Keep in mind what happens when you listen to your users too much!
Another vote for MIDI Looping
Votes are in
Of course. Also the water spins around in the other direction when running down the drain.
I find it surprising that „Reverse and tape slowdown“ gets more votes that AUv3 multi-out and sidechaining. Well, but that‘s democracy….
But think about it comrades, sidechaining also allows creative ways to route audio while the slowdown could also be done with an fx plugin, Bleass Slowmachine for instance.