Wireless Audio AUv3 4+

Inter-device streaming audio

Secret Base Design

    • 4.0 • 4 Ratings
    • $4.99

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Description

Send low-latency audio between iOS devices or AUv3 hosts, either on the same or different devices. This app includes transmitting and receiving AUv3 audio units.

Music making and audio processing has been growing and changing on iOS. The first app connections were with Audiobus, and then Inter-App Audio became available. The current standard is AUv3. There are many legacy apps and audio hosts, however, that have not updated.

Wireless Audio AUv3 gives you an easy way to send audio from one iOS device to another using a low-latency WiFi connection; you can also connect audio unit hosts together -- either on a single device, or between devices using WiFi. There are no cables and boxes to buy (and to lose, or forget to take with you). Install the Transmit AUv3 onto an audio track of one host, the Receive AUv3 on the input slot of the audio track of another host, tap `connect,' and audio will be sent from one place to another with surprisingly low latency.

The receiver can adjust buffering to maximize audio quality while minimizing latency. While your best results will be with a fast WiFi router and little cross-traffic on the network, you can still get a good connection even in noisy environments.

Most modern DAWs support latency compensation, with the Receiver AUv3 reports -- this allows you to get precise synchronization of your recordings.

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
4 Ratings

4 Ratings

Rakkit123 ,

Perfect for my use-case

I now can leave my MacBook hooked up and running Bitwig in the basement and use Apple Sidecar and an Apple Pencil to operate Bitwig from my iPad upstairs. Sidecar does not send audio to the iPad, so I have an audio interface between the MacBook and an old iPhone running AUM with Wireless Audio Auv3 transmitter. Then receive the MacBook’s audio next to me on my iPhone (running the WAA receiver in AUM) upstairs with very, very, low latency, while I’m using Bitwig on my iPad. Obviously Bluetooth’s latency prevents Bluetooth audio from representing a solution here, so glad this came along. Kudos to Secret Base Design on this one!

cmruko ,

Great for Sending Audio Between 2 Devices

I’m really enjoying using this app. It helps when using both my iPhone and iPad to create music by wirelessly sending audio between devices. Not only does it help me incorporate 2 devices into my music making it saves some precious CPU on my iPad. I’ve been using it inside AUM on my iPhone and sending the audio over to AUM on my iPad, to join the rest of the session. You can also use it to send audio from one host/daw to another on the same device. It’s a great Audio Unit Audio utility to have in the toolbox for iOS music makers. Thanks SBD!

App Privacy

The developer, Secret Base Design, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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