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Tag Archives: Audiobus

Nave – Making a Patch from Scratch by Sampling Any iOS App

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In this tutorial I show how you can sample any iOS app using Audiobus to record into Audioshare and open it directly into Nave to start a new patch. I just show a little bit about setting up your own patch and saving it. This is a really cool way to make patches, kind of Rock On →

Tim Behrens – “What’s the Ruckus” – an iPad Jam

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Here’s a great music video by a talented iOS musician, Tim Behrens. He uses a lot of great apps and uses them well. A great example of iOS music. 😀 This is an experiment of sorts. For me, seeing the sound as it’s being made is more impactful. I want to start capturing more of Rock On →

Musix Pro as a MIDI controller

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In this demo I wanted to show off Musix Pro because I think it’s very under rated. This is an app I use in a lot of my songs but I never hear anyone else talk about it. In this video I control iGrand and then switch over to Thor and use two of the Rock On →

Ryan & Colin – iOS Collaboration – Nightmare on the Bus

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This is an iOS music collaboration between myself and Colin Powell (aka Alter Ego uk). We started this on the Audiobus forum. I made the original Drumline and bass and he added the rest of the instruments, I mastered it afterwards. Ryan: Audiobus BeatMaker2 – Drums and Bass Mixing – Cubasis Vocal effects – VocaLive Rock On →

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 →

Ryan Hemeon – Wah King Down (The Street)

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I’ve never made a song like this before.. Made using PolyChord, Guitarism, iFretless Guitar, Ampkit, BM2 and Audiobus

Ryan Hemeon – Nine Inch Nails remixes

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Here are some Nine Inch Nails songs I have made with iPad and iPhone. Blackened Eyes (Cover of “Last”) First time I’ve ever attempted a remix like this. Did this all on iPad. Made the samples with BeatMaker2. I removed the drums completely and made my own. Completely rearranged the music.. Lyrics appear in the Rock On →

Ryan Hemeon – Right where it belongs

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Here is cover of the Nine Inch Nails song. I didn’t do the best job with the vocals, specially in the beginning. It gets A LOT better after 2:00 I used: Audiobus Synth – Animoog Piano – BeatMaker2 Vocals – Apogee Jam, Cubasis effects Mixing – Cubasis

Ryan Hemeon – Solitude

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Here is a quick cover of Solitude by Black Sabbath. From figuring out how to play it to recorded in less then an hour. One of my favourite bass lines of all time. Guitar – AmpKit+ Taos clean, phase72 Bass – AmpKit+ Ashdown Drums – BM2 Derek Buddemeyer studio pop kit flute – BM2 Sustain 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 →