Berlin based indie development team, Zerodebug, have made life 10 fold easier for iOS music makers wanting a slick solution for getting their iOS device to talk to their Mac/PC. As the app name’s suggest, midimux and audiomux make it possible to send and receive either MIDI and audio information simply through the use of a standard iOS USB data sync cable, which hasn’t always been the easiest thing to do up until these apps came along.
Only a few months after its release, and v.2 of audiomux has arrived, with a handful of enhancements and new features.
Now it’s easier than ever to integrate your iOS apps into your music production environment, just like you would use a plugin.
Features of v2:
* stream audio from your iDevices to your Mac or Windows PC.
* VST & AU support make it extremely easy to integrate iOS apps directly into your DAW.
* stream from/to and between multiple devices at once, while using up to 8 seperate stereo channels per device.
* IAA & Audiobus integration ensures immediate compatibility with countless iOS music Apps.
* IAA & AB Mixer with controls for volume, mute & monitor.
* Send channels to easily route apps & effects.
* On Mac, a virtual audio device is created for every iDevice connected, making it easy to record incoming audio data wherever you need it.
* low cpu usage – so you can keep using all your apps
* very low latency via USB
To get the complete lowdown on both of these apps, hit the official page – http://www.audiomux.net/
Here’s a demo of the apps running