Use AppSliced to find apps and watch prices. A useful keyword is
Here’s some additional resources:
- Audiobus Forum - Lots of good discussion.
- KVR Audio forum - Not as good as the Audiobus forum.
- /r/ipadmusic - Subreddit.
- discchord - Blog.
- PalmSounds - Blog.
- SYNTH ANATOMY - Blog.
- iOS Music And You - Blog.
- iPad Loops - Blog.
- Music App Blog - Blog.
- SmiteMatter iOS Music - Inactive blog.
- MusicAppNews | Latest News - Some sort of consolidation site.
A very low friction mixer.
You can route audio from AUM into other apps like Cubasis.
Good choice for making hip-hop beats.
I use a NAS of course.
I think you have the wrong idea of what Audiobus is. It is not trying to be a DAW or self contained music workplace. It is a place for channeling audio and midi between apps within iOS. It is almost one of the essential apps for many who use multiple apps within iOS. Most iOS music makers will use Audiobus at one time or another during their music making process, if they use multiple apps. Hope this helps you understand the apps main use a bit more, if not I’m sure you will find more help on the Audiobus forum.