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Tin Pan Rhythm for iPad has arrived …

I posted the trailer video for Tin Pan this morning, and here it is. It looks like an interesting app for getting song ideas up and running quickly, and I especially like their simple yet effective app store description below:

Bring song ideas to life with Tin Pan Rhythm.

Compose and arrange short musical phrases through a process of play and discovery.

The simple interface guides you along: create a chord progression, then arrange the band in real time.

Use your creations as background music, inspiration for songs, or as practice loops for your real-life instrument.

Record and share your music or use it inside your favorite apps.

Nerdery: Audiobus, InterApp audio, Dropbox, AudioCopy, Audioshare.

Tin Pan costs $2.99 on the app store now.

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pyxis minor is on the bus

I always like that phrase about any app. So now pyxis minor is on the Audiobus. Here’s everything else that’s in this update:

  • Introducing Audiobus support: Now you can stream live audio directly to other Audiobus-compatible apps! See http://audiob.us for more information.
  • Fixed screen resolution issues on smaller devices.
  • Replaced Envelope generator with more intuitive envelope controls.
  • Added ability to change the scales and keys.

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Audreio 1.4 brings a new recorder and more

Here’s what’s new in Audreio 1.4:

New! Built-in recorder

  • Capture the incoming audio from a remote device, an IAA app, or the microphone.
  • Safe Record: When recording from a remote connection, the audio file will not have glitches even under poor network conditions where live streaming produces audible glitches.
  • Playback (and stream) all recorded files or export via AudioCopy or iTunes file sharing

New! Transport controls

  • Control the IAA host’s transport with Play, Rewind, and Stop
  • If sending to remote device, control the remote IAA host

Improvements

  • Improved audio streaming
  • Bug fixes

In case you’re wondering about what Audreio is, here are it’s main features …

  • Audio streaming (via cable): Stream 32-bit audio between your iOS device and the Audreio plug-in running on a Mac DAW (e.g. Logic, Live, DP, Studio One).
  • Wireless audio streaming: Stream 16-bit audio between other iOS devices running Audreio, or between a desktop DAW running the Audreio plug-in.
  • Recorder: Capture the incoming audio from a remote device, an IAA app, or the microphone.
  • Safe Record: When recording from a remote connection, the audio file will not have glitches even under poor network conditions where live streaming produces audible glitches.
  • File export: Export recorded files via AudioCopy or iTunes file sharing
  • Transport: Control playback and recording on a remote device and IAA host with the transport controls


Audreio on the app store: