In this video, Nick Culbertson (Moby Pixel) takes a look at how to make an iOS AUv3 plug-in instrument using the latest version of the free & open source AudioKit.
The tutorial shows you how to make a minimal AUv3 instrument example using AudioKit 5.
- InstrumentEXS Sample App w/ Square Instrument
- Simple AUv3 Extension with Presets & Reverb AUParameter
- Easy to Use, Fully Customizable & Open Source
If you want to follow along and try it out, you can pull the repo via Github.
via AudioKit Pro
3 thoughts on “How To Make An AUv3 Instrument For iOS”
I keep promising myself that one day I will get motivated and develop my own dream app.
Problem is that with so many “dream” apps being released weekly, I can’t be bothered to do it myself.
One day maybe… 😉
Maybe the best way to get there is through workshops. Sharing those dreams. Prototyping something together. Getting that dream app from all those dreams.
What I want is a Roland D2 app for my iPad, with the ability to import my own .WAV samples and .MID MIDI files.