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Thread Comments about the feature article: From iOS to Desktop and Back

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Markkus Rovito

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1 Posted on 07/28/2015 at 14:27:00
From iOS to Desktop and Back
With every passing iOS update from Apple, the variety, inventiveness and overall appeal of music-making apps for the iPad and iPhone just grows and grows. Yet most computer musicians and producers do the bulk of their work on a Mac or PC with desktop software. So how do you pair the immediacy and fun of iOS music making with meaningful production for your projects? The following is a selection of hardware and iOS apps that provide you with the ability (or at least the potential) to start your production or sound programming in your iOS device and later finish it on your Mac or PC.

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GOAscend

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2 Posted on 07/28/2015 at 15:11:18

No mention of MIDImux / Audiomux ?

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Markkus Rovito

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3 Posted on 07/29/2015 at 13:57:01
Yes, thanks for mentioning those. I haven't used them personally, but if they work as advertised, they sound perfect for incorporating apps like Animoog into your DAW setup. Articles like these are by necessity limited in scope, so thanks for contributing. Have you used the apps, and if so, are you satisfied with the results?
GOAscend

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4 Posted on 07/29/2015 at 15:35:46

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Have you used the apps, and if so, are you satisfied with the results?


Yes and yes, although the output level on my DAW is a bit low (MBP late 2013 i7 2,3 GHz 16 Gig DDR3 OSX Yosemite 10.10.4) running Logic 10.1.1.
I am using an Ipad Air 1st gen and the standard USB cable that come with it.

Also worth mentionning that it can run / is integrated with AudioBus without major problem (must start Audiobus first though).

http://itsmyurls.com/goascend

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