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Tutorials

AudioMastering App: Mastering in Audiobus

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In this demo I show how we can use AudioMastering App with Audiobus to master a finished song on the fly. In this video I remaster my finished version of “Solitude” by Black Sabbath from Cubasis and Record the mastered version right back into Cubasis. I think this is a really great way to master Rock On →

Intro to Meteor Multitrack Recorder: Slayer – South of Heaven

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In this video demo and tutorial I show some of the great new functions of Meteor Multitrack Recorder by playing and recording a cover of “South of Heaven” by Slayer. I show how Meteor is a real multitrack recorder now by recording 3 tracks simultaneously as well as covering how to set up virtual midi Rock On →

Meteor Multitrack Recorder: The Video plugin

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In this demo and tutorial I show how to use the video plugin in Meteor Multitrack Recorder to add music to your videos. The perfect option for anyone who wants to add music to their videos using Audiobus compatible apps without the use of a computer. In this video I play iGrand over top of Rock On →

N-Track Studio: Snap, Splice & Automation

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In this tutorial I go a bit further into N-Track Studio Multitrack Recorder by showing recording multiple apps at once, using snap functions, Splicing & editing audio, and a quick walkthrough of Automation. In this video I use Galileo, BeatMaker2, Audiobus and of course N-Track Studio.

Cubasis: Syncing Audio with Virtual MIDI and Audiobus

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In this tutorial I show how to record live midi loops, edit them and send them to other apps on iOS, then sync the audio back into Cubasis with the use of Audiobus. This all works a lot like it does on a desktop DAW with MIDI and VST’s but all on iPad. In this Rock On →

Recording Auria into Auria using Audiobus

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Here is a quick tutorial on Using Audiobus to record Auria into Auria with Ampkit as an effect. I also touch on creating a loop, using snap functions, and recording guitar through an Apogee Jam Digital Audio interface. In a future tutorial I plan on showing how to do some live effects mixing from Auria Rock On →

Intro to Auria: Recording audio using Audiobus

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In this tutorial I go over some of the basic features of Auria and some of it’s limitations. Setting Tempo, Transport options, Audio Paste, etc.. Then I show how to record audio into Auria using Audiobus. I start off recording Animoog and then add to it by using Guitarism as a midi controller for iGrand. Rock On →

MidiBridge: Splitting a MIDI controller between two apps

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In this tutorial I show how to hook up an external midi controller (M-Audio KeyRig 49) and send the midi to two separate apps using MidiBridge. I use Audiobus to keep the apps running in the background, iGrand and Magellan.

Introduction to Automation in mSequencer (MIDI Pattern Sequencer)

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In this tutorial I show how to use the automation part of mSequencer (MIDI Pattern Sequencer). I control both Animoog and Korg iMS-20 with mSequencer and automate some knob turns in each app.

Getting Started with mSequencer (MIDI Pattern Sequencer)

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Here is a tutorial on how to get started with mSequencer (MIDI Pattern Sequencer). In this video I use mSequencer to control all 8 channels of Korg’s iPolySix via virtual midi. This video doesn’t even begin to touch what a great app this is. If there is interest in it, I will definitely be making Rock On →