Audiobus

Audiobus was released today. It allows multiple iOS music apps to work together. I have found many music apps to be useful but I usually just record one at a time into Ableton. Audiobus opens things up. I’m still not certain I want to be bouncing in and out of Apps but this functionality is certainly welcome. I’m also glad to see many developers working together on it. $9.99

“A Tasty Pixel in partnership with Audanika today launched Audiobus, a revolutionary new app for iPad and iPhone set to reinvent iOS music making with its ability to connect music apps together, just as cables connect audio equipment. Support for the app is already built into such leading iOS music apps as Rebirth, JamUp, NLog, Sunrizer and more, with over 750 more developers registered to implement Audiobus in their own music apps.” – audiob.us

For more info: audiob.us

This entry was written by Oliver Chesler, posted on December 10, 2012 at 6:42 am, filed under apple, iPad, iPhone and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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One Response to “Audiobus”

  1. dominic says:

    i do the same thing (recording into Ableton Animoog, iElectribe etc…) but to compose within the ipad this is totally a game changer. My ultimate wish for the Ipad is an IOS version of Live. That’d be freaking awesome

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