||3 ways to use your PHONE as a synth Multi FX engine
| br>Here's a link to the clip:
Most synths, especially analog ones, don’t have any onboard effects such as reverb, delay, tremolo, etc, and indeed are very well paired with effects and multi fx processors, which add a lot to the sound.
The problem with that is that it’s more hardware, cost and space.
However, phones have gotten so powerful recently, that they can be perfectly adequate multi-effects processors, and, in the case of the iPhone (and iOS in general), multi-channel and multi chain processors with hub apps such as AUM and Audiobus, along with broadly implemented AU and Interapp Audio SDKs.
This video shows 3 ways to get up and running:
1. Using a simple fx processor app
2. Creating multiple fx chains using AUM (or Audiobus)
3. Creating multi-input/channel fx chains (assuming you have a multichannel audio interface)
The video also takes a look at the differences between AU effects and Interapp audio fx. br> br>
| br>Yeah, in my setup I’m using AUM for iPad as mixer and midi clock.
Nothing complicated but it’s nice, for example, to have an OP-1 going into the Oto Biscuit’s delay which is slaved to AUM’s clock, and in the meantime sampling the results into Blocs Wave app, that it’s synced via Link. br> br>
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