I noticed that this one hasn’t had any bids, so I thought I’d mention it again.
“Midimux, and it’s counterpart, Audiomux, are two brand new apps that take advantage of the ability to transfer data between your device and your Mac via the USB to lighting/30 cable.
Using Ableton and some old favorites in FunkBox and Magellan, we first take a look at getting set up to send and receive the midi data, before tackling the audio transfers about five and a half minutes in. These apps are so simple to use, it’s really a monumental achievement to be able to use your iDevices and Mac so seamlessly together. With this combo, you can now use your iPad or iPhone as a true extension of your desktop DAW, without the need for audio or midi interfaces.
At the time of the this writing, only Midimux is available while Audiomux is in review and should be out shortly.”
Here’s what’s new in SOUND Canvas for iOS:
- Updated for compatibility with Inter-App Audio (IAA).
- Updated for compatibility with Audiobus.
- Minor bug fixes.
Yep, thanks Alex, I want one.
Here’s what’s new in BeatHawk:
- Receives MIDI from Inter-App Audio (Instrument instead of Generator)
- Added user manual in English and Japanese
- Added option to enable audio in background (iOS Settings)
- Bug Fixes
- Minor Optimizations
- Fixed App Icons
So, how many? Do you keep them around even if you’re not really using them anymore? Do you regularly spring clean out your iDevice, and how much space is currently being taken up by apps that you don’t really use anymore but you can’t bring yourself to delete? Or is that just me?