Con­nec­tiv­ity co­nun­drums…

Future Music - - YOUTUBE -

Ob­vi­ously, if you want to process au­dio through your mo­bile de­vice, you need some way to get sound in and out. The most ob­vi­ous way to do this is to hook up an iOS com­pat­i­ble au­dio in­ter­face. There are count­less va­ri­eties of th­ese on the mar­ket, from af­ford­able and por­ta­ble op­tions to pro-level in­ter­faces. Check out Fo­cus­rite’s iTrack range or IK Mul­ti­me­dia’s iRig de­vices. Or for some­thing more stu­di­olevel, Ar­turia’s Au­dioFuse is iOS ready.

An­other op­tion for con­nect­ing your de­vice to a DAW is an app like Zerode­bug’s Stu­diomux. This al­lows users to stream au­dio and MIDI to/from an iOS de­vice us­ing noth­ing more than the stan­dard light­ning cable.

If you want to keep things in-de­vice, there are plenty of op­tions too. Many apps are now AU-com­pat­i­ble, and can be used as plug­ins in iOS DAWs such as GarageBand or Cuba­sis. Be­yond that, Au­diobus re­mains a great tool for rout­ing au­dio in and out of sep­a­rate apps on your iOS de­vice.

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