NS2 and Logic Pro X
Just if anyone also is interested in using NS2 with Logic or as a general experience for those who might try it.
So it was interesting to connect NS2 via IDAM to Logic Pro X and how easy it can work (beside sometimes a disconnect of IDAM when changing a patch or track where i have to reconnect it but i doubt it has anything to do with NS2 but more with IDAM/mac/Logic or iOS).
However, once i figured out how to connect audio and midi via IDAM and made a template i really love the combination and that i now can use my Macbook computer keyboard as general midi input for Obsidian as well and record midi in NS2 and Logic at the same time since i prefer it that way in 90% (even if i still own a Seaboard and used other midi keyboards or could use the touch screen as input). Even more nice that i can use all the midi FX inside Logic and it records into NS2 as well and Obsidian sounds so nice trough my favorite FX of course too.
I just have to figure out some more things but so far i love the workflow and how easy i can integrate NS2 into my Logic projects (and vice versa).
I have to figure out a lot more things and also stumbled over some interesting things. F.e. i had the Logic project in 120 bpm and NS2 in 80 bpm. I recorded Obsidian midi via the Logic intern arp into the NS2 sequencer and wondered that it sounded slower than the original. Then i realized that it perfectly matched it when i set NS2 also to 120 bpm (or vice versa Logic to 80 bpm). I thought it would just live record the input but it seems to converted the tempo in realtime? Not sure if it was because of some kind of quantization or snap to grid but interesting to know that it works.
So NS2 is not only a great iOS DAW for itself but it works really wonderful together with my other environment.
Now i have to figure out how to proper create some multi-sampled Obsidian patches (any resources here for a fast workflow?) which i will share of course once i have something usable. I really love the combination of multi-sampling from acoustic and prepared synthesized sound and synthesis in one tool. Great to have such a nice hybrid synth on my iPhone.