Audiobus 3 Updated With Ableton Link Support

Audiobus 3 has been updated to version3.0.5, adding Ableton Link support and more.

Here’s what’s new in Audiobus 3.0.5:

  • Audiobus now has tempo controls, and Ableton Link support! Keep Audio Unit Extensions in sync with your other apps, and control your session tempo right from within Audiobus.
  • Bypass Audio Unit Extension effects with the press of a button

Other improvements:

  • Show more detailed progress when clearing big sessions
  • Fixed launch issues with apps like SynthMaster Player.
  • Active session did not recover on incoming telephone call or Siri interruption. Fixed!
  • Fixed endless spinning wheel on MIDI hardware output after loading a preset.
  • Fixed some stuck note bugs.
  • Fixed a crash when saving a preset while a filter keyword has been entered into the search field.
  • Fixed a launch issue when switching between very complex presets.
  • Fixed a “Tap to Fix” issue when many ports of an app were added to a connection graph
  • Require user to reboot the device, if intermediate port cannot be connected.
  • Fixed graphical glitches when switching between presets.
  • Instances of Audio Unit Extensions were not sorted by alphabet in connection panel. Fixed!
  • Fixed an audio glitch when ejecting an input app currently emitting sound.
  • We now automatically remove added pipelines on removing a MIDI output port.

Pricing and Availability

Audiobus is available for US $9.99 in the App Store.

6 thoughts on “Audiobus 3 Updated With Ableton Link Support

  1. would like a fix for the faders i noticed when you let go of the fader it drops down slightly
    also the pan knobs would be nicer if they were left and right sliders.

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    1. I’m not totally verse in either app, but I own both.
      It’s more about outputs of AUM vs AB3
      AB3 has some more flexibility in this regard.
      There’s a recent video on YouTube that goes more in depth on it.

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    2. It allows for ‘easy’ MIDI connections between apps that have been updated with the AB3 SDK as well as MIDI filtering. Also, the AB toolbar is pretty handy if you do a lot of app switching. And AB Remote.

      I don’t really use FX in Audiobus though. My typical jamming setup is AB3->All outputs->AUM. Add effects and do bussing, etc, in AUM.

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