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.

New Hainbach and BramBos collab ?

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  • @brambos said:
    Yeah, still working on it, and Hainbach is crafting a collection of killer presets. But it's coming along nicely. Finish line is in sight.

    Hopefully still in time for your App of the Year lists B) :D

    Oh man. I’m am beyond excited about this. Super curious too. If it’s out before December 31st it qualifies for my personal apps of the year list. If you need beta testers holla at me. Cheers!

  • edited November 2022

    @monz0id said:

    @magnusovi said:

    @monz0id said:
    Gauss is one of my favourite apps, so looking forward to the new one.

    Hey Broski, what’s so cool about Gauss that sets it apart from other loopers in you opinion?

    Hey Magski! Ease of use, and a friendly UI. I’m not really into looping as such, but Gauss allows me to quickly grab bits of audio, and play them back at different speeds, reverse etc.

    I then build up soundscapes with multiple instances, muck about with the speeds etc., and record it all as a thing. Suits my weird ambient seepage perfectly.

    Yea you can also use the mini 4 step sequence in 2 separate ways (trigger & loop), besides off which is regular playback, and set the steps to speed up or slow down which can create some weirdness. Delay, modulation, warble, inertia, 1989 mode, are all cool. Play reverse or forward. Decay the loop into nothing over a set amount of time.

    One way I like to use Gauss to capture clips of web radio, or web audio, or YouTube audio, via the apps that do that, and then mess with them.

  • edited November 2022

    @bygjohn said:
    @magnusovi You can also use its Loop Decay and turn it into a delay with really long delay times, and use it for Frippertronics/ Discrete Music style stuff. Plus it has a speed sequencer, so you can make speed change patterns. It has a lot more depth than is immediately apparent.

    Sweet! Thanks for the tip!

    @Poppadocrock said:

    @monz0id said:

    @magnusovi said:

    @monz0id said:
    Gauss is one of my favourite apps, so looking forward to the new one.

    Hey Broski, what’s so cool about Gauss that sets it apart from other loopers in you opinion?

    Hey Magski! Ease of use, and a friendly UI. I’m not really into looping as such, but Gauss allows me to quickly grab bits of audio, and play them back at different speeds, reverse etc.

    I then build up soundscapes with multiple instances, muck about with the speeds etc., and record it all as a thing. Suits my weird ambient seepage perfectly.

    Yea you can also use the mini 4 step sequence in 2 separate ways (trigger & loop), besides off which is regular playback, and set the steps to speed up or slow down which can create some weirdness. Delay, modulation, warble, inertia, 1989 mode, are all cool. Play reverse or forward. Decay the loop into nothing over a set amount of time.

    One way I like to use Gauss to capture clips of web radio, or web audio, or YouTube audio, via the apps that do that, and then mess with them.

    That sounds cool poppa, I will try that once I get it!

  • @Poppadocrock said:

    @monz0id said:

    @magnusovi said:

    @monz0id said:
    Gauss is one of my favourite apps, so looking forward to the new one.

    Hey Broski, what’s so cool about Gauss that sets it apart from other loopers in you opinion?

    Hey Magski! Ease of use, and a friendly UI. I’m not really into looping as such, but Gauss allows me to quickly grab bits of audio, and play them back at different speeds, reverse etc.

    I then build up soundscapes with multiple instances, muck about with the speeds etc., and record it all as a thing. Suits my weird ambient seepage perfectly.

    Yea you can also use the mini 4 step sequence in 2 separate ways (trigger & loop), besides off which is regular playback, and set the steps to speed up or slow down which can create some weirdness. Delay, modulation, warble, inertia, 1989 mode, are all cool. Play reverse or forward. Decay the loop into nothing over a set amount of time.

    Ah, I haven’t really explored the sequencer bit, I’ll have a play with that tonight!

  • Pretty sure @brambos dropped a hint on twitter. “Everything flows”

    :)

    Something that morphs between waveforms?

    Maybe something granular?

    An app to measure cubic volume of European rivers?

  • @dobbs said:
    before which holidays? Christmas?

    Today is National Metal Day, so they've missed that deadline!

  • I’ve got it it’s an app that lets you remix teenage fan club stems

  • @sevenape said:
    I’ve got it it’s an app that lets you remix teenage fan club stems

    Hilarious for about .0001 of people on earth. But I’m one!

  • @lukesleepwalker said:

    @sevenape said:
    I’ve got it it’s an app that lets you remix teenage fan club stems

    Hilarious for about .0001 of people on earth. But I’m one!

    Hahahahhaha thanks for the satisfaction!

  • @Hainbach posted this on Youtube!

    Before the holidays!

  • You can put December 5 in your agendas B)

  • @brambos said:
    You can put December 5 in your agendas B)

    Ooooh! 🎉 🎉 🎉

  • @brambos said:
    You can put December 5 in your agendas B)

    Oh man. I certainly will!

  • @brambos said:
    You can put December 5 in your agendas B)

    You had a chat with Sinterklaas? :)

  • @Wrlds2ndBstGeoshredr said:

    @dobbs said:
    before which holidays? Christmas?

    Today is National Metal Day, so they've missed that deadline!

    Their is a National Metal day? I been a card carrying member since the age of 10 and nobody ever told me ? I am calling Ozzy right now .

  • @brambos said:
    You can put December 5 in your agendas B)

    Only one door on my advent calendar this year!

  • edited November 2022

    @brambos said:
    You can put December 5 in your agendas B)

    Added to my planner to instabuy you and Heinbach up the charts. 👍

  • @brambos said:
    You can put December 5 in your agendas B)

    Reminder set!

  • Thank god this is coming out the day before dwarf fortress

  • @sevenape said:
    Thank god this is coming out the day before dwarf fortress

    so is losing actually fun?

  • @sevenape said:
    Thank god this is coming out the day before dwarf fortress

    No, no, no. Not P.C.

    "People of Restricted Growth Fortress" please... :smiley:

  • @Grandbear said:

    @sevenape said:
    Thank god this is coming out the day before dwarf fortress

    so is losing actually fun?

    :D hahahaha!

    @Simon said:

    @sevenape said:
    Thank god this is coming out the day before dwarf fortress

    No, no, no. Not P.C.

    "People of Restricted Growth Fortress" please... :smiley:

    I'm so sorry :D

  • edited November 2022

    Comfirmed release date from Hainbach aswell. Says it’s going to be a synth. Maybe tongue in cheek red herring 🔥?Theres definitely knobs there so maybe right ! Also looks like a sample section in the middle plus x y morph spectral pads at the bottom. Think Infinite! Probably barking up the wrong tree 🤔

  • 1 week to go!

    Oh man, daar kijk ik naar uit!

  • @sevenape said:
    1 week to go!

    Oh man, daar kijk ik naar uit!

    So do I! :)

  • No. Very few people have heard the app (outside of Hainbach’s recent live performances) :)

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