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.
Well played, well played indeed.
Snap! That’s my exact setup 😎 ...minus Auria
I don't have a studio per se - just an Air 2, mini 1, 6s with a bunch of cool apps, Roland JD-Xi, concert Yamaha Flute, Bansuri (6-hole bamboo Flute), Zoom H6, Rode SmartLav+, Blue Yeti, headphones (Koss KSC35 & Klipsch R6i, ATH-M50XBL), Bose SoundLink mini, Bamboo stylus, MacBook... As for apps, Cubasis, SynthMaster One, SwarPlug, Poison-202, Animoog, GeoShred, SpaceCraft, etc. are some of my favorites. A foldable/collapsible table, couch and some camera stands but I don't use most of the gear (going to use them soon).
Just give me my iPad, headphones and stylus and I'll give you music
I recently posted this pic to r/synthesizers and got many comments on my cheap speakers. Since then, I replaced them with a pair of IK Multimedia iLoud Micro Monitors which fit perfectly on either side of the Eurorack case and I'm very pleased! All the hardware runs through the iPad using a UMC1820 and ADA8000. You can see/hear it in action at www.youtube.com/chisel316.
Here’s my saxophone studio!! Using a saxophone mute system with stuff outside/inside and my iPhone:
My alternative studio, using iPhone internal mic with Shure SE215 IEM:
I've got one coming to me in Australia. Can't wait.
I’ve got my little studio set up in a closet also!😊
Studio and inspirations, Ada and Istanbul. Should have a poll... most atmospheric, techy,, neat, couch studio, awesome, etc. Roland FA07 to be replaced with Kawai MP 11 or 7se ( yay!)
Love @chandroji 'a ( best atmosphere) @AudioGus best couch potato @chisel316 best tech @Janosax most esoteric
Is that photos from the 1990s?!
Wished I had some pics of my old studio - it had a rather large disc drive connected by sczi cable to my hardware sampler and a Zip drive! My Alesis Andromeda had one of these for saving files:
Yeah that’s the one!
Some awesome setups there - including the comfy couches
Also some reeeally nice geetars I noticed
Thanks for sharing folks, it’s super interesting to see what everyone has. Serves as a reminder too that there are no rules when it comes to studios and setups - just whatever works for you
Looking forward to your next video!
Here’s my setup. Thanks to @chisel316 videos I have incorporated my iPad into my hardware rig today and bought a few new apps. Haven’t used the iPad now for a few years!
How do you like the iLoud speaker? Been thinking of getting one for my portable rig!
I love it, sounds amazing, had it for years now. The only real downside for me is limited stereo seperation but I use headphones when mixing and mastering.
Hehe, thats the plan.
Nice! The iPad plays very nicely with the Engine. Can't wait to see/hear your workflow.
I’m going to use it mainly as a sound source with AU/IAA synths/effects loaded into AUM. Seems to work pretty well so far!
That's a sweet #couchrig (I'm trying to make that hash a "thing")
Now that the amazing Senode sequencer allows midi-triggering, it's allowed me to break free of the PC for my midi processing/triggering.
This entire rig is based around the idea of being able to just flip on the power, sit down, and jam/improvise for hours. After like 2+ years, I've FINALLY got a setup that just works.
It's 2 Nord Drum 3P's: Each one I use instrument panning so I can have essentially two signal path options per unit.
These run into 4 Zoom multi-pedals that I modified so I can turn active effect on/off with external footswitches. I use the Zoom's delay's at the start of the chain to be like a looper (thus the biggest reason for the footpedals).
These then run into the A&H DB4 which I LOVE even though it's stupid expensive because there's a 4 bar looper that's BPM sync'd per channel, as well as the amazing FX, again, per channel.
Finally I've got an iPad running this amazing new midi-triggered sequencer that I can use to riff melodic stuff into the Nord Drum (each voice can be played chromatically).
It's gonna be a while before I get some jams worth sharing... It's kind of mind-blowing.
I am planning on doing some vids of what I'm doing with Senode as a "tutorial", but may be a while before I'm "production-ready".
I’ve got those KRK’s and the Yamaha mixer
No don’t, you’ve got a great setup there, NI are great.
@MonkeyDrummer very original concept, love it !
Here's my setup...
Cool! Where did you find those controller stands? I need a few of those. Thanks!