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  • (I suggest you not read this post until you've been successful loading synths as AU Instrument tracks from the post above.) An important thing to understand in iOS is the difference between "Standalone / IAA" versions of apps and AUv3 (Audio Unit…
  • OK, I don't think we're talking about VST's here, right? VST's are plugins that run on desktop computers, not on iOS. So, I think we're talking about AUv3 virtual synths. I think you have some confusion between "Standalone" (Or usually called IAA…
  • The original plan was for audio tracks to be IAP. I can't imagine it impacting the app in any negative way even if not. But feel free to worry about it as much as you like.
  • If you have Audiobus 3 you can easily bridge Link to Midi Clock. Just enable Link in NS2 and AB3 and then set up the sync settings in AB3. You have latency control over each destination as well. If you load NS2 into AB3 you can use AB3's global tran…
  • Hi @bobheads you're right about Auria Pro's meters. I haven't been in there for awhile and I never noticed it. I suppose it's designed to look like hardware. With analog hardware you would get clipping above 0db so it makes sense to top the meters o…
    in Mastering Comment by number37 August 5
  • Welcome to the forum. TLDR; version: * having meters that go above 0db is normal for modern DAWs and equipment * Targeting below 0db for all tracks is good practice. * Targeting 0db or below for the master can be critical. * Targeting -…
    in Mastering Comment by number37 August 4
  • Zenbeats does have Ableton Link (both tempo and start/stop). It's in the BPM setting dialog.
  • Your experience and frustration is typical for people coming from desktop to iOS and expecting to have the same capabilities. They either learn to accept the limitations and use iOS for what it's good at and desktop for what it's good at, or they co…
  • Nvm. Deleted.
  • @ozsound said: This Ableton Link feature should work as it works in 2020 not as it use to work in 2018. Facts. The rest is just finding excuses. Not necessarily. Limitation of human resources such as time is a fact too. If your boss deman…
  • Nah. It just portrays you as petty and immature. Developers are more likely to blow-off unfair and unhelpful reviews and more likely to listen to balanced and constructive criticism. At least I would anyway. But, each to their own. You've the rig…
  • @Stiksi said: Ableton link start/stop came out last year. It wasn’t a part of Link’s feature set when that functionality was built into NS2. Support for start/stop is not listed anywhere as a feature of NS2. It’s great that other apps have suppor…
  • Most do by now though. That part of the OP complaint is perfectly valid. His way of expressing it, and especially the one star review for one sub-feature? Not so much IMO.
  • I feel really bad for liking NS2 so much now. Dammit! All those wasted hours slaving away in the stone age. I never dreamed that I was living a nightmare. How could I have been so blind?
  • @TorrBorr90 said: Does anyone have a list of synth apps that have compatible presets/patches with NS2? The few standalone synths that i do have that are AUv3 compatible do not have sounds banks that are present in NS2 aside from the “default” se…
  • Xequence 2 is the only app on iOS that I know of that has that kind of midi clip re-scaling.
  • Humm ... that's debatable IMO. I would prefer to keep the original creation date myself. If I wanted to have it work the way you describe, I'd save it as a template.
  • Make sure that your audio tracks are sub-tracks of Main Mix. Notice in the screenshot below how on the far left the tracks are indented beneath the light blue of the Main Mix track. This shows that they are sub-tracks. Yours probably look like …
    in Main Mix Comment by number37 July 15
  • Thanks @Stanley_V - that's what I was trying to explain earlier. I use this workaround often. I find it has advantages over using MidiFlow. @drcongo - you mentioned using MidiFlow already but that it worked badly. Now I'm wondering if maybe Glitc…
  • @drcongo said: Hmmmm. There is no background audio setting in GlitchClip as it doesn’t do audio at all, it does stay open in the background though, and I can successfully send it messages on its own virtual MIDI interface or Network Session 1 fro…
  • Network Session is a specialized and tricky thing. Most apps list it - few actually work with it without an app that does support it facilitating the connection. (MidiFlow doesn't work with it. MidiFire does). Best just to ignore Network Session tho…
  • You need to enable Background Audio (BKG Audio) in GlitchBreaks to get the virtual port to show in NS2. I think that's all you'll need.
  • @9ine6ix said: Does any of the in app packs include like a rock overdrive/distortion guitar sound? Industrial 1 has some good ones. 👍🏼
    in rock guitar? Comment by number37 July 5
  • Someone should do a Kickstarter for the worlds first hardware emulation of a retro iOS synth.
  • If both devices are Bluetooth LE capable you don't need midimittr any more, you can connect through the Bluetooth midi device dialog.
  • Any information I've shared in this thread is just taken from information in other threads. I'm simply summarizing here.
    in Recording... Comment by number37 June 9
  • No, I have no information at all. The developer no longer makes promises, probably because of people then complaining when those dates are missed. That was my point. If you're not satisfied with NS2 as-is then you are using the wrong software. Au…
    in Recording... Comment by number37 June 9
  • I forgot to mention ... Audio Tracks is expected to be an In-App-Purchase (IAP) ... which is a good thing IMO.
    in Recording... Comment by number37 June 8
  • Great - I'm glad it was helpful. My only suggestion would be to accept NS2 for what it is now so you don't get frustrated if audio tracks don't come for quite some time. The development timeline on this one is slow (but steady and super high qual…
    in Recording... Comment by number37 June 7
  • Not dumb at all. Unfortunately, the answer is "no" ... at least not in the traditional sense that most people think of. There are no audio tracks yet, so you can't just lay down audio into the timeline and arrange it there. You can record into eith…
    in Recording... Comment by number37 June 7