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GarageBand Tutorial - Inter-App Audio vs AUv3

YouTuber TheGarageBandGuide did a detailed tutorial comparing Inter-App Audio to AUv3. This will be a bit too rudimentary for most readers here, but it is important stuff for new-comers to iOS music making!

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In this video I compare Audio Unit Version 3 to Inter App Audio, explain a little about each and take a look at some pros and cons of both audio connection methods.

I also show how to use both in GarageBand for iOS


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Reader Comments 1

I just read an interesting blog post by Bram Bos ("Freeform, Modular, DAW-less") about the strengths of the iOS music-making paradigm. It is a nice encapsulation of ideas that were recently expressed in comments of another post.

I do think it will be fascinating to see which DAW features will be embraced in iOS, and which will fall flat. AU's (plugins, generally) are part of the DAW feature-set, that are embraced in iOS for obvious reasons (no pun intended).

I hope to see clock rate scaling become a more ubiquitous part of iOS. I'd like to call it a prediction, but I'm not that optimistic. It was good to see in Atom!

I would also like to see a proper MIDI clip palette-- that allows and manages the ability to fire small MIDI snippets and does some intelligent management of conflicts if multiple clips are running. Again, more of a wishful thought than a prediction.
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