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.

Drumboy and Synthgirl

Couple of open source small form factor devices you may like, or need😂

Comments

  • Fader for fx level would be great. Otherwise I am excited. Thanks for sharing

  • Not sure how it's different from glass.

  • @ashh said:
    Not sure how it's different from glass.

    I was more concerned with the size but you’re right, these are basically very limited iPhone pro max.

  • Those look pretty fun. But, I have an OP-1 Field which satisfies my hardware needs for the time being.

  • I think the open source nature Is a big plus, the size is nice and they sound decent. Ultimately, the price will dictate how these pan out. Lots of competition in this area regarding the size.

    If your building a mini non-modular rig with Korg, Roland, and something like these, I think this would be a great system to tinker with in a nice stand, either purchased or 3D printed.

  • Too bad they are pushing it via Kickstarter. Whats the point if they apparently have a finished product... I have no patience neither I want to risk getting anything from Kickstarter.

  • @israelite said:
    Too bad they are pushing it via Kickstarter. Whats the point if they apparently have a finished product... I have no patience neither I want to risk getting anything from Kickstarter.

    The reason for doing a kickstarter is to cover upfront costs like manufacturing and the like.

  • what they're offering for $150 each target is pretty nice. these would be really fun if they're not essential to you imo.

  • @Goldiblockz said:
    what they're offering for $150 each target is pretty nice. these would be really fun if they're not essential to you imo.

    I was just about to say if they price this at Korg Volca drum ($150) , it would be definitely worth it and I might get this instead of the TE PO32 or Po12 that I was just looking at a few days ago

    I don’t need or want a drum machine atm (especially with the OP 1-F and Volca drum+ patterning 3) but I do love them, especially at the sub 199 price

  • @espiegel123 said:

    @israelite said:
    Too bad they are pushing it via Kickstarter. Whats the point if they apparently have a finished product... I have no patience neither I want to risk getting anything from Kickstarter.

    The reason for doing a kickstarter is to cover upfront costs like manufacturing and the like.

    I get it but Kickstarter product have reputation of quickly forgotten gimmicks.

  • @israelite said:

    @espiegel123 said:

    @israelite said:
    Too bad they are pushing it via Kickstarter. Whats the point if they apparently have a finished product... I have no patience neither I want to risk getting anything from Kickstarter.

    The reason for doing a kickstarter is to cover upfront costs like manufacturing and the like.

    I get it but Kickstarter product have reputation of quickly forgotten gimmicks.

    For many creators, kickstarter is the only practical way to get their projects into the real world.

    You asked “what’s the point “. That’s the point. I am not saying you should take the risk. People can wait and see if it becomes available. Some kickstarters end up as busts and others don’t.

  • edited May 29

    @espiegel123 said:

    @israelite said:

    @espiegel123 said:

    @israelite said:
    Too bad they are pushing it via Kickstarter. Whats the point if they apparently have a finished product... I have no patience neither I want to risk getting anything from Kickstarter.

    The reason for doing a kickstarter is to cover upfront costs like manufacturing and the like.

    I get it but Kickstarter product have reputation of quickly forgotten gimmicks.

    For many creators, kickstarter is the only practical way to get their projects into the real world.

    You asked “what’s the point “. That’s the point. I am not saying you should take the risk. People can wait and see if it becomes available. Some kickstarters end up as busts and others don’t.

    But this is a real company not some hobby guys who have a brilliant idea and no resources to turn it into a product... I have seen too many companies treating Kickstarter as a free way of advertising their (often floppy) products.

  • @israelite said:

    @espiegel123 said:

    @israelite said:

    @espiegel123 said:

    @israelite said:
    Too bad they are pushing it via Kickstarter. Whats the point if they apparently have a finished product... I have no patience neither I want to risk getting anything from Kickstarter.

    The reason for doing a kickstarter is to cover upfront costs like manufacturing and the like.

    I get it but Kickstarter product have reputation of quickly forgotten gimmicks.

    For many creators, kickstarter is the only practical way to get their projects into the real world.

    You asked “what’s the point “. That’s the point. I am not saying you should take the risk. People can wait and see if it becomes available. Some kickstarters end up as busts and others don’t.

    But this is a real company not some hobby guys who have a brilliant idea and no resources to turn it into a product... I have seen too many companies treating Kickstarter as a free way of advertising their (often floppy) products.

    What gives you the sense are they are a large enough company with sufficient funds to front the costs of manufacturing and shipping the product?

  • @espiegel123 said:

    @israelite said:

    @espiegel123 said:

    @israelite said:

    @espiegel123 said:

    @israelite said:
    Too bad they are pushing it via Kickstarter. Whats the point if they apparently have a finished product... I have no patience neither I want to risk getting anything from Kickstarter.

    The reason for doing a kickstarter is to cover upfront costs like manufacturing and the like.

    I get it but Kickstarter product have reputation of quickly forgotten gimmicks.

    For many creators, kickstarter is the only practical way to get their projects into the real world.

    You asked “what’s the point “. That’s the point. I am not saying you should take the risk. People can wait and see if it becomes available. Some kickstarters end up as busts and others don’t.

    But this is a real company not some hobby guys who have a brilliant idea and no resources to turn it into a product... I have seen too many companies treating Kickstarter as a free way of advertising their (often floppy) products.

    What gives you the sense are they are a large enough company with sufficient funds to front the costs of manufacturing and shipping the product?

    This no one knows. I just described to you my feelings regarding projects from Kickstarter.
    If I would be launching a product I am 100% sure about, I would borrow the money and just launch it.
    As I have experience with another Kickstarter project - Isla Instruments Kordbot. It remain buggy (Bluetooth midi crashes it) and in development (no promised sequencer) when being discontinued.
    From a human point of view. Cashing in before making the work lowers the motivation of the worker quite noticeably.
    That's seems to be the case with many Kickstarter projects.

    But you go ahead and support them on Kickstarter, if that is your choice. Cheers

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