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.
THE FREE SAMPLE FODDER THREAD
Creating this thread for links to royalty free samples you can use in your music. I'm posting a few links. If you add links please ONLY ADD STUFF THAT CAN BE USED LEGALLY AND FOR FREE in people's music productions
A lot of these links will work and can be downloaded using the browser in Audioshare without ever having to leave your ipad or iphone and obviously on from there in to the app of your choice
Could be a good bin. Certainly a good idea. I think I've mentioned:
before, but most of the best left-field-recordings I've used have come from here. Don't tell anyone else.
Nice idea @RedSkyLullabye - bookmarked. FreeDrumKits.net is a nice dual resource ... Drum samples and instrument Soundfonts if you have a bs16i or summat needs loading
This was just posted on synthtopia.com today
11,000 high quality royalty free samples!
Thousands of single-cycle waveforms http://www.adventurekid.se/akrt/waveforms/adventure-kid-waveforms/
Good stuff, knew there were a bunch i'd forgot
Keep em coming people. Hafta say https://www.conversesamplelibrary.com is potentially ridiculous....
Nice sounding drum sample pack including SFX and risers if you sign up for their occasional newsletter:
Ooops thanks for the link to iPadLoops!
Thanks for the link @knewspeak
Love Novation. Bass Station was my first proper synth, also had an A Station until recently, loads of samples there.
@knewspeak haven't listened to them yet, but a big boy chunk right there... thanks for the tip.
thanks @synthandson 99sounds has some great stuff. I keep referring back to this thread for sounds
I made a morphing sample based instrument for Ableton live a while back if anyone is interested (samples in project folder for iOS use).
A link to a 14page thread for sample links. It's a chip music forum but the samples linked there are of every possible kind
@way_of_tea Very nice sounds there
Thanks @Littlewoodg that just doubled the samples available in this thread
@way_of_tea thanks. Appreciate the generosity. And thanks @Littlewoodg also; good find and tip.
From @Littlewoodg's suggestion I must say it irks me that the link: http://8bitcollective.com/wiki/index.php/Scoobycore is a 404.
Described as Cartoon samples, more specifically the Scooby feet sound.
This I would have liked to have had in my arsenal.
Free until March 30, 100 Crashes at http://mcrow.net/product/100crushes/
Thanks @way_of_tea - some great stuff in there. Instant atmospherics!
So am I ok to use these in my music?
How did you make them?
Cool stuff. Anyone use any of them yet?
Thanks @way_of_tea - brilliant stuff -- very generous of you.
Thanks for these!
@solador78 You're more than welcome. Lots of interesting things (especially odd things) at freesound.
Have been going through the pack kindly shared by @way_of_tea and there's a lot of interesting noise there too (especially odd noise). I nominate @monzo to make something unnerving from this lot...
I hearby promise to make a long over indulgent drum and bass intro featuring the way_of_tea sounds heavily. They'll be great for that.
@Matt_Fletcher_2000 Well done that man....look forward to it. I may do something (short) involving a rhyme about misery (but only if I can get myself up for it
Way_of_tea + audiostretch = way_too_long_of_tea
Feel free to use how you like, would love to hear if you make something out of them!
Made with lots of processing and re-sampling. I used s-slayer from twisted tools quite a bit during this process. Glad you enjoyed them