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.
But but but the talk box is also on sale!
From $750 down to $599....
A savings of 20.13%
Now who could possibly pass that up??? 😉
Well that was a rollercoaster of emotions! lol
I realized that immediately after posting. Lol
A new app for songwriting with midi export is free. iPhone only version but still it’s pretty cool.
L7 looper on sale for three fiddy
edit: wait no it seems it has been on sale for months...my bad...
Music Visualizer A new app was $9.99, then $3.99, Now its FREE.
Amplitube for IPad and Amplitube are both 50% off down to $12.99
Hammond B 3 X is 50% off down to $64.99
Is that on the upcoming AmpliTube 5???
Or just on the old version you’ll have to pay extra for to update???
Wow this is a very low price for this beast.
Thanks for this! Do you know if this paid version give you the Fender pack or can that only be bought as an IAP.
Looks like it’s the old version.
PLUS! They make it look like you get the Joe Satriani pack for free:
That’s actually a $24.99 IAP.
they have a few good products, but their marketing department lies more than America’s “so-called President.”
Yep, it's not that clear is it. It's got me stumped as to whether it's worth buying the paid version as not that keen to then have to stump up for the Fender amps etc. From the comments on the forum that's needed for best results. The other pedals/stomp boxes aren't that useful as I have Nurack, Mixbox etc etc. 1st world problems!
This costing money must have been very disappointing. Very few options and text with max 20 letters, not words mind you. I guess one can use it for one video or maybe two and then it's getting old. Who's first?
I’m going to hold-off on any new Ampitube purchases. I really like their Fender 2 series offering — as well as the Orange amp selection, but there are so many excellent new options from Nembrini, GE Labs, and Overloud that I see no need to rush out and expand my AmpliTube collection.
the moment I got an irig with a "full version" of amplitube included I kind of gave up on that company....
My MP3 Converter- is FREE. Usually $1.99 converts audio and video into many different formats.
everything in Bias FX is also 50% off.
the lumbeats drum apps have in app purchases it seems, does anybody know what's in the in app purchases, i.e. what's still missing from the app when you buy it?
Nothing actually missing. You get full features.
The IAP’s are added drummers.
Or different sounding drums.
Looks like it went up a dollar. Showing $2.99 here in the U.S.
I mean, is this really worth the money? How does it compare to, say, Yonac’s Galileo 2?
There’s a long thread here, and... GearSlutz? The consensus is that if you’re a serious Hammond player this is The One. Maybe the litmus test is if you’d buy a waterfall keyboard and drawbar controller you should buy this.
Gotcha. Well, I’m not a serious Hammond player, so I reckon I’ll save the 65 clams.
I don’t have Hammond but Galileo 2 is quite nice. there’s also that new organ the Hanon B70 Organ that’s now AUv3 its $3.99. From same developer as the new Bass Deluxe Amp & Modern Deluxe Guitar Amp.
Check @Daveypoo 's video :
@Intrepolicious, IMO, and for my usage, I do not think it is worth $90. if you are a heavy user of organ or using it for live performances, it is a bargain. But for those who use it as a sound source, as I do, there are tons of organs in the apps I already have, Galileo2 foremost. I would consider it at $40, but would probably buy it and rarely use it. Maybe folks here who have purchased will speak to their actual usage.