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Audiobus

Ep.42: Sebastian Dittmann from Audiobus (DMT 1-2-1)

This week on the DMT 1-2-1 we delve into the world of mobile music making as I chat with Sebastian Dittmann who works on business development at Audiobus.

Audiobus is an iOS app that enables app-to-app audio, allowing users to route an audio signal from one app to another so that you can – for example – play on the Korg iMS-20 synth app as Garageband records in the background. Hundreds of music making apps are now Audiobus enabled and there is a vast community growing around the company’s forums.

I really hope you enjoy the show, have a great week and ’till next time!

Andrea Leonelli
http://www.digitalmusictrends.com
http://www.twitter.com/digimusictrends

Ep.42: Sebastian Dittmann from Audiobus (DMT 1-2-1)

This week on the DMT 1-2-1 we delve into the world of mobile music making as I chat with Sebastian Dittmann who works on business development at Audiobus.

Audiobus is an iOS app that enables app-to-app audio, allowing users to route an audio signal from one app to another so that you can – for example – play on the Korg iMS-20 synth app as Garageband records in the background. Hundreds of music making apps are now Audiobus enabled and there is a vast community growing around the company’s forums.

I really hope you enjoy the show, have a great week and ’till next time!

Andrea Leonelli
http://www.digitalmusictrends.com
http://www.twitter.com/digimusictrends

Ep.42: Sebastian Dittmann from Audiobus (DMT 1-2-1)

This week on the DMT 1-2-1 we delve into the world of mobile music making as I chat with Sebastian Dittmann who works on business development at Audiobus.

Audiobus is an iOS app that enables app-to-app audio, allowing users to route an audio signal from one app to another so that you can – for example – play on the Korg iMS-20 synth app as Garageband records in the background. Hundreds of music making apps are now Audiobus enabled and there is a vast community growing around the company’s forums.

I really hope you enjoy the show, have a great week and ’till next time!

Andrea Leonelli
http://www.digitalmusictrends.com
http://www.twitter.com/digimusictrends

DMT 87 – Making Music on the Move with Ashley Eldson

This week on the show an interview with Ashley Eldson, creator of the Palmsound blog which has been going strong for five years and is all about about music-making apps and hardware.

DMT Episode 87 – Making Music on the Move by digitalmusictrends

In this episode I tap into Ashley’s incredible knowledge base about making music on the iPhone and iPad in particular. We talk about the latest developments in this field including implementation of “core audio”, the entrance of large music creation companies like Native Instruments, Yamaha and Korg into the market, stand-alone software synths versus sequencers, the Alesis I/O Dock for the iPad & the release of new hardware products for iOS devices in general. We also discuss the status of Android in this field and we finish by talking about what the future may bring for making music on the move – taking into account the inevitable hardware advances that will be taking place in the next couple of years.

If you’re into creating music on mobile devices you have to check out http://the-palm-sound.blogspot.com/ and also follow Ashley on Twitter on http://twitter.com/palmsounds.

I really hope you enjoy the show, have a great week and ’till next time! 

Andrea Leonelli 

DMT 87 – Making Music on the Move with Ashley Eldson

This week on the show an interview with Ashley Eldson, creator of the Palmsound blog which has been going strong for five years and is all about about music making apps and hardware.

In this episode I tap into Ashley’s incredible knowledge base about making music on the iPhone and iPad in particular. We talk about the latest developments in this field including implementation of “core audio”, the entrance of large music creation companies like Native Instruments, Yamaha and Korg into the market, stand-alone software synths versus sequencers, the Alesis I/O Dock for the iPad & the release of new hardware products for iOS devices in general. We also discuss the status of Android in this field and we finish by talking about what the future may bring for making music on the move – taking into account the inevitable hardware advances that will be taking place in the next couple of years.

If you’re into creating music on mobile devices you have to check out http://the-palm-sound.blogspot.com/ and also follow Ashley on Twitter on http://twitter.com/palmsounds.

I really hope you enjoyed the show, visit Digital Music Trends for more info or follow me on Twitter (@digimusictrends)

Have a great week and ’till next time

Andrea Leonelli