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.

Behringer PRO-800 TouchOSC controller

If anyone is interested, I made a TouchOSC controller for the PRO-800. You can get it at patchstorage

Comments

  • How cool is that, thank you very much...

  • Ooh I am excited for this.thank you!

  • Thanks @branis nice controller for a great value analog poly.

  • While their is a couple Pro-800 owner in here. How satisfied are you with your synth?

  • @ecou said:
    While their is a couple Pro-800 owner in here. How satisfied are you with your synth?

    It’s an excellent copy of the Prophet 600 not an exact copy, the original sounded a little more dirty, the Pro800 more like a Prophet 5, the knobs can be a little jumpy but wiggling them fixed that.

    Some of the extra functionality via the arcane keypad can be a little cryptic but with practice you pick them up.

    Here’s an excellent example of using 2, you can do similar via double tracking a single unit.

  • edited February 12

    That's such a simple and obvious idea that makes you think how I didn't come to it by myself :smiley:
    Guitarists are doing it all the time

  • @knewspeak said:

    @ecou said:
    While their is a couple Pro-800 owner in here. How satisfied are you with your synth?

    It’s an excellent copy of the Prophet 600 not an exact copy, the original sounded a little more dirty, the Pro800 more like a Prophet 5, the knobs can be a little jumpy but wiggling them fixed that.

    Some of the extra functionality via the arcane keypad can be a little cryptic but with practice you pick them up.

    Here’s an excellent example of using 2, you can do similar via double tracking a single unit.

    Thank you for your feedback. I'm thinking about getting it or waiting for the Oberheim clone.

  • @branis said:
    That's such a simple and obvious idea that makes you think how I didn't come to it by myself :smiley:
    Guitarists are doing it all the time

    I do it all the time must be because I am also a guitar player.

  • Sorry if this is a dumb question, but what advantage does an on-screen controller provide over the hardware? People are always talking about how the haptics of a hardware controller are better than on-screen, and people go to great lengths to not have to touch the screen in performance. This seems the opposite?

  • @wim said:
    Sorry if this is a dumb question, but what advantage does an on-screen controller provide over the hardware? People are always talking about how the haptics of a hardware controller are better than on-screen, and people go to great lengths to not have to touch the screen in performance. This seems the opposite?

    It depends sometimes it’s just more convenient to control continuous controllers via a central control or computer, also some of the extra gligli functions aren’t easily intuitive via the front panel, yes you can access them on the hardware, just other methods of control allow for more flexibility given the amount of parameters accessible via CC’s.

  • @ecou said:

    @branis said:
    That's such a simple and obvious idea that makes you think how I didn't come to it by myself :smiley:
    Guitarists are doing it all the time

    I do it all the time must be because I am also a guitar player.

    It’s an ‘old school’ technique that probably came about because of the emergence of hi-fi stereo equipment and lots of mono sources, thus making use of subtle or not so subtle differences when placed wide within the stereo field.

  • @wim said:
    Sorry if this is a dumb question, but what advantage does an on-screen controller provide over the hardware? People are always talking about how the haptics of a hardware controller are better than on-screen, and people go to great lengths to not have to touch the screen in performance. This seems the opposite?

    You can have the best of the two worlds. Loading presets is much faster from the iPad and access to some "hidden" features is much more convenient. On the other hand, fine tuning is easier with the knobs of the Pro800

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