Positive Grid, creator of best selling mobile guitar apps JamUp, BIAS, and the recently launched Final Touch Mastering System for iPad, has announced full Audiobus 2.0 support as part of the latest update for its family of apps.
Audiobus 2 consists of a live app-to-app audio for iOS with as many inputs, filters, and outputs as users want, allowing complex signal routing possible with an intuitive, easy-to-use user interface. With this update, musicians and producers will be able to virtually design infinite signal paths just limited by the power of their devices.
Now Positive Grid users will be able to create custom amps on BIAS, add effects on JamUp, record on any app of their preference, and then master final recording mixes on Final Touch - all simultaneously - and even be able to save their favorite preset. And with Audiobus 2's new "State Saving," users will be able to save and recall their configuration as part of an Audiobus preset.
To illustrate how Positive Grid apps integrate into Audiobus 2, the developer has released the 40-second video called "Welcome, Audiobus 2," that shows how guitar, keyboards, effects, and music production apps can be used together. The video features Positive Grid's JamUp and BIAS as well as Arturia's iSem, A Tasty Pixel's Loopy HD, Rhism's Guitarism, and Holderness Media's Swoopster and Echo Pad.
About Positive Grid:
Based in California, with satellite operations in Germany and Taiwan, Positive Grid focuses on delivering superior and highly creative mobile music experiences. Since 2008, the company has designed and developed a core technology base and is currently expanding it to various applications. Positive Grid's best-known product range, featuring the JamUp multi-effects guitar app and interface, is now distributed in over 60 countries around the world.
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