AudioShare is one of the best apps for handling audio around. It’s a real swiss army knife and it’s been a constant utility for me for since it launched. Here’s what’s new in the latest version:
- Allow high quality Bluetooth Audio (A2DP) and AirPlay output.
- Add setting for M4A AAC bitrate.
- Add M4A ALAC (Apple Lossless) format.
- Only check for old trash once a week.
- Auto-play next file when using preview-play button in Library (if LOOP is not enabled).
- Improve info about opened file (lossless, bit rate, etc).
- Update to Audiobus SDK 3.
- Update to AudioCopy SDK 3.4
- Switched to new Dropbox API 2.
- Hopefully fix rare Trash crash.
- Fixes for sample rate adaption.
- Improve Music Library import.
- Various minor tweaks and fixes.
I made the beat with the Teennage Engineering PO-12, but then brought it into AUM and used AudioReverb, frekvens, and Reverb Delay Feedback Network to mangle it a bit.
It’s only short, but I hope you like it.
“How to copy a soundfile in AudioShare and paste it into Garageband.”
Video published by Jonatan Liljedahl.
AudioShare on the app store:
AudioShare is a long time favourite, and one of those ‘go to’ apps for working with audio and getting it from one place (or app) to another. It just works, as do all of Kymatica’s apps, and it works really well. It’s a workhorse that I simply rely on and expect to do what I need it to do, and it does, all the time.
I can’t really share enough about how much I think that this is an excellent app for your audio. So I’ll stop now, and let you find out for yourself, that is of course, unless you know already!
AudioShare on the app store;
Some time ago I found this set of samples from the Victoria Line (that’s part of the London Underground network) which is intended for use by anyone who wants to make a track using the samples. So, eventually, I have, and I’d encourage you to take a look and download them too.
Anyway, that happened to coincide with getting a bunch of apps from the very awesome Klevgränd Produktion AB, who’s apps are really amazing, and I’d also encourage you to check their stuff out. More of that in a moment.
What I ended up doing is making this track:
How I went about it is as follows:
- Firstly I loaded the samples into AudioShare and played them on loop via Audiobus into Kuvert then on to be recorded into MultiTrack DAW. To really understand how good Kuvert is you need to try it out, it is truly amazing and is in my top 3 effects apps now after one use!
- Next I decided to further process the track using R0Verb (a really interesting reverb which I need to spend more time with), Svep (chorus and phaser), and finally Korvpressor, which is amazing!
So this track is as much about these apps as it is the original sample, but that’s fine. I think it’s a good way to discover this sample set, which I think I’ll explore a lot more, and these apps, which are, quite frankly, amazing.