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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Does Loopy Pro support multi output AUv3’s?

How can I route multiple outputs from AUv3’s to different inputs in Loopy Pro? Or is this not possible?

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  • Not yet, but I’ll be adding it fairly soon

  • edited January 25

    @sdesign said:
    How can I route multiple outputs from AUv3’s to different inputs in Loopy Pro? Or is this not possible?

    What Michael said. But in the meantime, if you’re already comfortable with AUM, you can do it that way. That’s what I’m doing.

    -In Loopy Pro, add inter-app audio input. Add as many of these as you need. They are your multiple outputs.

    • if you already know how to achieve multi-out inside AUM, for the output of each channel, select IAA/Audiobus output, then you can see each of the channels that you created inside LP.
    • Turn on Ableton Link inside both apps and make sure Sync Start/Stop is enabled.

    Switching between both apps is one touch away.

  • edited January 25

    @Blipsford_Baubie said:

    @sdesign said:
    How can I route multiple outputs from AUv3’s to different inputs in Loopy Pro? Or is this not possible?

    What Michael said. But in the meantime, if you’re already comfortable with AUM, you can do it that way. That’s what I’m doing.

    -In Loopy Pro, add inter-app audio input. Add as many of these as you need. They are your multiple outputs.

    • if you already know how to achieve multi-out inside AUM, for the output of each channel, select IAA/Audiobus output, then you can see each of the channels that you created inside LP.
    • Turn on Ableton Link inside both apps and make sure Sync Start/Stop is enabled.

    Switching between both apps is one touch away.

    So open Loopy Pro AU in AUM, or open the two apps separately? I’m confused sorry.

    If you open them separately, and the multi outputs are routed into AUM, how do you get the sound back into LP to record loops?

  • @sdesign said:

    @Blipsford_Baubie said:

    @sdesign said:
    How can I route multiple outputs from AUv3’s to different inputs in Loopy Pro? Or is this not possible?

    What Michael said. But in the meantime, if you’re already comfortable with AUM, you can do it that way. That’s what I’m doing.

    -In Loopy Pro, add inter-app audio input. Add as many of these as you need. They are your multiple outputs.

    • if you already know how to achieve multi-out inside AUM, for the output of each channel, select IAA/Audiobus output, then you can see each of the channels that you created inside LP.
    • Turn on Ableton Link inside both apps and make sure Sync Start/Stop is enabled.

    Switching between both apps is one touch away.

    So open Loopy Pro AU in AUM, or open the two apps separately? I’m confused sorry.

    If you open them separately, and the multi outputs are routed into AUM, how do you get the sound back into LP to record loops?

    Choose AUM as an IAA source. Several outputs from AUM are available when it is running.

  • @espiegel123 said:

    @sdesign said:

    @Blipsford_Baubie said:

    @sdesign said:
    How can I route multiple outputs from AUv3’s to different inputs in Loopy Pro? Or is this not possible?

    What Michael said. But in the meantime, if you’re already comfortable with AUM, you can do it that way. That’s what I’m doing.

    -In Loopy Pro, add inter-app audio input. Add as many of these as you need. They are your multiple outputs.

    • if you already know how to achieve multi-out inside AUM, for the output of each channel, select IAA/Audiobus output, then you can see each of the channels that you created inside LP.
    • Turn on Ableton Link inside both apps and make sure Sync Start/Stop is enabled.

    Switching between both apps is one touch away.

    So open Loopy Pro AU in AUM, or open the two apps separately? I’m confused sorry.

    If you open them separately, and the multi outputs are routed into AUM, how do you get the sound back into LP to record loops?

    Choose AUM as an IAA source. Several outputs from AUM are available when it is running.

    Got it, thanks for your help.

    Obviously still a bit of a faff, so native implantation in LP will be appreciated.

  • Thanks for clarifying @espiegel123

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