July 2, 2015 in Music (E)
[prMac.com] Berlin, Germany - Zerodebug today is proud to announce the release of audiomux 2.0, an important update to its popular app. audiomux 1 was the first app capable of streaming audio to a Mac or Windows PC via the standard 30pin/lightning USB cable. Now with version 2, it's easier than ever to integrate your iOS apps into your music production environment - just like you would use a plugin. While being a free update for users of v1, the many changes and new features required a new major version. It brings support for Windows & IAA, VSTs & AUs for easy integration into a DAW, an internal Mixer and much more.
Features of version 2:
* 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
* iOS 7 and up
* OSX 10.7 and up
* Windows 7 and up
Pricing and Availability:
audiomux 2.0 is $6.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Music category. midimux and audiomux are available as a bundle for $9.99 USD.
Zerodebug is an indie development team from Berlin, founded by Christian Blomert and Sylvain Garcia in 2010. It is widely known for developing touchAble, the popular Ableton Live controller, used by countless artists worldwide. Copyright (C) 2015 Zerodebug. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.