Update: AudioBus v1.0.2 Released – Adds Buffer Size Setting, Battery Status Indicator & More!
A Tasty Pixel have released version 1.0.2 AudioBus. The update adds a new preferences pane to allow the user to select a higher frame buffer size of 512. This is useful if you are using a slower device (e.g. iPad 2 or iPad Mini) and are experiencing stuttering, although it will introduce noticeable latency. For live play it is recommended to choose the lower buffer size of 256. Other changes include the sorting of apps alphabetically in the input/output/effects pop-over windows and a battery status indicator on the main screen.
- New preferences pane allowing users to choose between a 512 and 256 frame hardware buffer size:Â Please choose 512 if you’re experiencing stuttering audio. Choose 256 if you want the fastest response time for live play. Only iPad 3, 4 and iPhone 5 default to 256 now, all other devices to 512.
- Apps are now sorted alphabetically in the input/output/effects pop-over windows.
- New status bar in the Audiobus main screen, showing current hardware buffer size and battery status. We don’t want you to run out of juice in the middle of a jam!
- Some minor bugfixes.
You’ll find a up-to-date list of apps that are currently compatible with AudioBus here.
☆☆☆ We’re exceptionally proud to announce that Apple’s GarageBand is now compatible with Audiobus!
To celebrate we’re putting Audiobus on a 50% sale for limited time. ☆☆☆
With Audiobus, the revolutionary new inter-app audio routing system, you can connect your Audiobus-compatible music apps together, just like virtual cables.
With a simple and clean interface, easily connect the output of one Audiobus-compatible app into the input of another. Use Audiobus to play a synthesizer live into a looper or multi-track recorder, or use one app to manipulate the live output of another.
You’ve never before been able to use your apps together like this.
☆★☆ Best Musicians App - Best App Ever Awards 2012
☆★☆ Best use of Hardware - Best App Ever Awards 2012
☆★☆ One of the Top 10 Best Paid iPad Apps Of 2012 - AppAdvice.com
☆★☆ Best Music App of 2012 - de-bug.de
☆★☆ Best Music App for iPad 2012 - ipadmusic.com
☆★☆ Best Music App of 2012 - smitematter.com
The ever-growing supported apps list includes:
✔ djay for iPhone
✔ Animoog for iPad
✔ KORG iMS-20
✔ KORG iPolysix
✔ KORG iKaossilator
✔ KORG iELECTRIBE
✔ KORG iELECTRIBE Gorillaz Edition
✔ Rebirth for iPad
✔ PPG Wavegenerator
✔ PPG Wavemapper
✔ JamUp Pro
✔ NLog Synth Pro
✔ NLog MIDI Synth
✔ Sunrizer for iPad
✔ SunrizerXS for iPhone and iPod Touch
✔ Loopy HD
✔ SoundPrism Pro
✔ MultiTrack DAW
✔ sir Sampleton
✔ Arctic Keys
✔ Magellan for iPad
✔ Magellan Jr.
✔ Echo Pad
✔ Bit Wiz
✔ MoDrum Rhythm Composer
✔ MIDI Control
✔ Cloud DJ
✔ Musix Pro
✔ Molten Drum Machine
✔ NodeBeat HD
✔ Auria (iPad 3 or later strongly recommended)
✔ Auria LE (iPad 3 or later strongly recommended)
...and many more coming soon.
Note: We recommend using Audiobus with iPad 2, iPhone 4S or newer devices.
➤ Evolver.fm/Gizmodo: ‟Audiobus will let you play the drum sounds you like in one app and record them in another app, all while keeping the drums in time. Or it could let you play your actual guitar through one app to apply an effect and output it in the sampler of another app.”
➤ Music Radar: ‟It's what so many iOS music makers want: to be able to use multiple apps at the same time, mixing together the audio from each of them into a single project.”
➤ Create Digital Music: ‟[Audiobus] finally helps you make sense of your collection of apps. They make each other more powerful, rather than just crowding space on the app screen and competing with one another.”
For more information and demo videos:
See the constantly growing list of supported apps at:
Latest Release Notes - v220.127.116.11
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