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Tag Archives: Audiobus

(Bring Back My) SynthMaster Love – A new video from Better Than Epic


There is most likely a considerable crossover between readers of our site here and the Audiobus forum. If you haven’t signed up and browsed the forum over there, you really are missing out on some great discussions. And today brings us a collaboration between three Audiobus forum regulars (and one non-member). They have put together Rock On →

Audiobus Remote has arrived – A new app from the Audiobus team


By now you’ve likely heard about the release of the new app from the Audiobus team – Audiobus Remote. Interest peaked last week when the team slowly started dropping hints about a “super secret” new app on the way. We can now finally see what they hype was about, and I think you’ll agree it Rock On →

Monotone Delay gets updated for Audiobus 2 support – and is FREE for a short time!


Monotone Delay, the great KORG Monotron Delay emulation from Justus Kandzi, just got updated today for iOS 8 and Audiobus 2 compatibility. This app is a sweet little gem, and does a great job of putting a Monotron on your iDevice. Check out the side-by-side comparison below (the interface has changed slightly since this demo): Rock On →

MicSwap Pro gets an update – Now Audiobus and IAA compatible


I recently reviewed MicSwap and MicSwap Pro, a microphone emulation app that simulates different microphones. That review can be found here. In that review, I mentioned that I thought the app was a great entry into the iOS marketplace, as there really aren’t any mic sims available other than MicSwap. One of the others things Rock On →

Limiter – A new app from Amazing Noises


The new app Limiter has just been released on the App Store. While this app is being sold under the developer Amazing Noises, it is a collaboration between Maurizio Giri (Amazing Noises) and Alessandro Petrolati (apeSoft). This was the same team that gave us the great GliderVerb app quite recently. Limiter serves a very simple purpose, Rock On →

SpaceVibe gets on the ‘bus


Back in September, I wrote a review of SpaceVibe, a trippy synth that is great for out-of-this-world sounds. At the time, there was no Audiobus compatibility, but developer Yannick Roy promised that it would be coming soon. That day is today! SpaceVibe just got the Version 1.1 update, which not only brings Audiobus, but some Rock On →

Earhoof gets an update!


Earhoof, an app that defies a conventional definition, just recently got a great update. New features include Audiobus 2 support, MIDI clock sync, and MIDI input. If you haven’t yet purchased Earhoof, check out the demo video below for an introduction: Yes, at first glance Earhoof may look like a 4-slice toaster, but don’t be fooled. This Rock On →

JamUp Pro acoustic pack sound demo


In this video I do a quick demo of some of the new effects and amps in Positive Grid’s Jamup Pro. I use guitarism and audiobus to record the results in Audioshare for a higher quality sound. I cover the Acoustic Imaging Amp, the Acoustic EQ pedal, The Acoustic Reverb Pedal, and the Vintage Delay Rock On →

Intro to Harmony Voice


In this video I show you how to get started with Harmony Voice, a vocals processing app by VirSyn. I also give a decent demo of the sound quality and functions of the app by using a vocal sample sung by Trent Reznor taken from his official sample release of “Only” by Nine Inch Nails. Rock On →

Geo Synth: Now with Audiob…. WTF!!!!


In this video I talk about Geo Synthesizer’s new audiobus implementation and how it was a poor job. For the first half of this video I talk about Geo and ROLI, the company who brought it to us with Audiobus. In the second half of the video you can watch clips of me getting increasingly Rock On →