Developer Michael Tyson (Audiobus and Loopy) has announced a major update to The Amazing Audio Engine – a framework for programmers that’s designed to streamline the creation of audio apps. Apps build using The Engine include Loopy HD, Audiobus, SEctor, DM1, AudioShare, zMors and others. Here’s an in-depth introduction from Tyson:
Audiobus developers have updated Audiobus Remote, their ‘second screen’ app for working with Audiobus apps, with features that they say are ‘completely awesome’. Here’s a video overview of the new version of Audiobus Remote:
AppBC has updated modstep sequencer for iPad, adding Audiobus support, AudioShare, support for iPad 1 and more.
Today, Ableton has announced that its new technology, Link, is now available to test as part of the latest free Ableton Live release, Live 9.5.1 beta. Link enables users to play electronic instruments together “with the freedom of a live band and without the hassle” of MIDI setup. The technology keeps devices in time over… Read More Ableton Link: Available Now in Free Ableton Live Beta Update
TTrGames has updated MiMiX Mixer for Audiobus to version 2.0, adding Audiobus Remote support, improved MIDI support and more.
VirSyn has introduced Tap Delay – a new iOS effect app that combines the sound of vintage tape echo machines with a modern, step sequencer-like tapped delay engine, which they say ‘continues the tradition of the tape echo machines into the 21st century’. Here’s the official video intro:
Audiobus developers today released a new product, Audiobus Remote, that lets you use a second iOS device as a control screen for your Audiobus sessions.
Amazing Noises has introduced Limiter – a brickwall peak limiting app for Audiobus and Inter-App Audio. According to the developers, Limiter has a wide range of dynamic processing, from gentle volume attenuation to heavy distortion.