Audiobus is interesting because it turns the iPhone, iPad, iPad Mini, or iPod Touch into a real recording studio — “real” in the sense that you can connect instruments, effects, and recording software. That’s whythe app ($10, iOS), which launched last week, is known as the “missing cable” between iOS music apps.
Here’s what else we know about Audiobus, which developers can work into their apps for free:
- Audiobus Just Turned iOS Into a Recording Studio
- Audiobus, ‘Missing Cable’ Between iOS Apps, Launches December 10
- Musicians Rejoice: Apple Approves Audiobus for Zapping Sound Between Apps
- The current version of Audiobus does not actually let you route audio from an app on one iOS device to an app on another iOS device, as its developers had originally hoped it would, and as Apple Garageband does, but Audiobus works great on one device.
Here are the latest seven apps that work with it, bringing the total to 19:
- JamUp XT
- JamUp Pro XT
- Loopy HD
- MultiTrack DAW
- NLog MIDI Synth
- NLog Synth PRO
- Rebirth for iPad
- Sir Sampleton
- SoundPrism Pro
- Sunrizer Synth
Stay tuned for more.