Using your iPhone/iPad as an audio device in your DAW with INJECT
The INJECT plugin allows you to bring in any external audio device connected to your machine, making it easier than ever to use multiple external audio devices in your DAW of choice without having to change your playback engine. In this article we’ll be walking through the steps and setup required to bring audio from your iPhone to your DAW using INJECT.
Knowing the history of DAWs is not essential when learning how to use one. Still, it is crucial to understand where the journey began and to recognize the rapid advancements in technology and accessibility over the last fifty-odd years.
In today’s fast-paced world, recording audio remotely is often preferable to doing so in-person. However, while most people rely on a DAW to record, edit and process audio on their computers, this doesn’t allow them to collaboratively stream and receive high quality audio in real-time.
A/B test your mixes between Dolby Atmos and your DAW using OMNIBUS
It’s now possible to easily A/B test Dolby Atmos mixes without having to bounce out tracks. Using OMNIBUS, the new audio routing software from Audiomovers, you can instantly compare your mix from your DAW with published Atmos productions on Apple Music.
How to stream audio from any DAW with the LISTENTO plugin
At the core of Audiomovers is LISTENTO. LISTENTO comes as a set of plugins — LISTENTO and Listento Receiver — as well as mobile apps for iOS and Android, and a desktop app, allowing you to stream and receive record-quality audio within the DAW for the first time.