Secret Base Design has updated Music IO, adding the ability to route audio over USB between iOS and Mac OS X.
- Music IO lets you send audio from your iOS device to your Mac using USB;
- Music IO lets you route audio between your iOS device and your Mac over USB;
- Music IO lets you integrate Inter-App Audio compatible iOS synthesizers with a traditional desktop DAW system; and
- The developers say using Music IO over USB offers ‘near-zero latency’.
Here’s what’s new in version 1.10: Continue reading
Arturia today released a new video that explores the technical details of their upcoming AudioFuse audio interface. Continue reading
At the 2015 Denver Synth Meet, Chris Randall of Audio Damage, right, introduced the Odio – a 2-in 2-out USB audio interface that runs at modular audio levels (10v p-p).
Odio was originally designed to make it easy to use with iOS devices with your modular – for recording, running insert effects or instruments.
Odio is a class-compliant USB audio interface, though, so it can be also be used with any Linux, Mac or Windows computer to integrate VST plug-in effects as inserts in your modular.
It also offers DC-coupled outputs, so it can also be used as an output pair for apps like Silent Way or Volta.
IK Multimedia has announced that it is now shipping the iRig 2 – a guitar and bass interface for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac and Android.
The iRig 2 improves on its predecessor by providing better sound quality and more universal compatibility. Continue reading
AppBC has released audiomux – an app that lets you route audio, between iOS devices and Macs, using a USB cable.
audiomux is the first app capable of streaming audio from iOS to Mac, via the standard 30pin/lightning USB cable. The app is designed to let you use your iOS apps like you would use a plugin.
AppBC is the maker of midimux, which routes MIDI between iOS & Mac over USB.
Here’s a video demo of the audiomux + midimux combo in action: Continue reading
Apogee has announced the availability of new software installers that provide compatibility with the audio interface remote controls recently introduced in Logic Pro X 10.1 and Logic Remote 1.2.
Translated, that means that Logic users who use the Apogee Duet, ONE, Quartet, Ensemble or Symphony I/O now can adjust hardware input parameters directly from the Mixer view in Logic Pro X and Logic Remote, including mic pre gain, input type selection, phase control, among others. This simplified user experience lets Logic users focus on a single session window when recording, and offers complete visibility and control of input parameters.
Steinberg has introduced the UR242 – a 4 input, 2 output USB 2.0 interface, with 24-bit/192 kHz audio quality and on-board DSP-powered effects. Continue reading
TASCAM has introduced the Trackpack 2×2 – an all-in-one solution for audio recording with your computer.
Included in the complete recording bundle is TASCAM’s US-2×2 USB audio interface, TM-80 studio condenser microphone with shockmount, and TH-02 headphones, plus Cakewalk SONAR X3 LE and Ableton Live Lite 9 DAW software. Continue reading