iTuttle got a little update with some big features. This synth from TB MIDI Stuff developer TBStuff adds Audiobus in addition to the Inter-App Audio already in there.
What's new in iTuttle (Full) v1.2.0:
- AudioBus support
- 3 New Filters : Notch, Comb + and Comb -
- Some new sounds
What's new in iTuttle (both Full & Lite) v1.2.0:
- Fix a launch crash on 64bits devices
- Fix an issue with oscillator tune modulations
Sophia Lewis, seen here previously in this beautiful Pumped Up Kicks cover, put together a Vocal Stutter Effect tutorial. She's using a bunch of apps including Audiobus 2, but you can do all of this in Audiobus 1.
This tutorial goes through the process I used to make the vocal stuttering effect you can hear at the beginning of my song 'Shapes'. I use Audiobus, Audioshare, Samplr, Echo Pad and Loopy for this tutorial.
Check out www.sophialewismusic.com for more videos!
The original vocal sample was created by using a hardware looper to record and resample the vocal multiple times, and the output was recorded as a dry signal into Ableton.
Note: The Audiobus used in the clip above is a beta version of Audiobus2.
One of the more interesting aspects to the Korg littleBits synth kit, is that it can connect to the rest of the littleBits line of modules that don't necessarily have any obvious musical use. Bilal Ghalib came up with a very non-obvious musical use, by combining the Korg sequencer and an array of other littleBits bits to create an iPad interface for a drum machine with Alchemy.