Audiobus Remote extends Audiobus to a 2nd iDevice
The Audiobus development team has launched a new app that allows you to see and control the Audiobus mapping settings on a second iPhone or iPad.
Audiobus Remote uses Bluetooth LE and iBeacon technologies and allows for pairing two iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad devices to mirror and work as a control surface for Audiobus 2 on a second device. This way you can keep an eye on the connections between music apps while playing on your main iDevice.
Along with control capacities, Audiobus Remote allows for creating custom Remote Triggers, which a specific app controls that will appear on the second display. These Remote Triggers give you the ability, for instance, to record loops in Loopy HD, trigger drum samples in DM-1, adjust effects in the Holderness Media apps, play a mini version of SoundPrism Electro and more. The Remote Triggers are implemented in third-party apps and will require an update of these apps. You can check the list of currently compatible apps at audiob.us and check for updates on your iDevice.
Audiobus Remote is compatible with iPad 3, iPad Mini, iPhone 4S, iPod Touch 5th Generation and later with iOS 8.3. You can download it from the AppStore for 4.99 €/$. Note that Audiobus 2 is currently on sale for 0.99 €/$.
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