All Aboard Audiobus!

Audiobus, iOS audio, iPad audio, audio routing, iPad audio app

Since the announcement of its Dec.10th launch date, Audiobus has been the talk of the town in music tech land. And for good reason – it’s a true game changer. iOS music enthusiasts have long been waiting for a way to tie together all the promising apps they have bleeping away on their tablets, without having to resort to a computer DAW. You see, kids these days want to do it all on their mobile devices. Computers are for old people!

Audiobus allows internal routing of audio between apps, so you can combine several sources in a performance or send them all to a recording app such as Loopy. While only 12 apps are currently supported, Audiobus’ creators say 750 developers are lined up to receive the SDK so they can add this functionality to their apps.

Here’s an up to date list of supported apps: http://audiob.us/apps/

If you still don’t know what Audiobus is, watch this:

You can use Audiobus to filter audio from one app through effects in another. Here’s a less obvious usage:



Audiobus was created by Michael Tyson (a.k.a. A Tasty Pixel, maker of Loopy HD), and Sebastian Dittmann, (maker of Soundprism). Read the inspiring tale of how Tyson discovered the loophole that would become Audiobus over the course of thirteen months, while traveling through Europe in a motorhome http://atastypixel.com/blog/thirteen-months-of-audiobus/

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