At long last, Intua will include Audiobus Support. In the latest update, Beatmaker 2.4.3, Intua includes audiobus support and a host of other feature that makes this 2.4.3 update well worth the wait. It is just a matter of days now. The fate of the app and it’s latest update hinges on Apple to approve and push to the app store for those that await its arrival.

This news from Intua’s forums…

Hello everyone,

The update has been submitted to Apple, so now it’s a matter of days!
We’ve took a bit more time to improve the user experience when using Audiobus.

We have a very stable and straightforward integration, it was worth waiting a bit more.
In the meantime, here’s the feature list of version 2.4.3:

► Add Audiobus support! BeatMaker 2 can send or receive audio to/from other apps!
► Monitor, record, apply effects, tweak input volume, apply noise gate from apps connected to Audiobus
►Audio tracks are created automatically when connecting new apps or starting a new project
►Control the sequencer from outside BeatMaker 2 with Audiobus trigger buttons
►Control the sample recorder from outside BeatMaker 2
► Virtual MIDI input apps are not active by default, only controllers are
► .midi files are now recognized
► ZIP files transferred via FTP or DropBox are now unzipped automatically
► Improvements of MIDI output timestamps
► Fix an issue that could occur after putting BeatMaker in background after using SoundCloud or Dropbox
► Fix an issue that could occur when adding a new instrument/effect while sending MIDI
► Fix sample navigation when zoomed to the maximum
► Fix behavior of MUTE/SOLO buttons on the mixer
► Fix a bug that could occur when previewing very small portion of a sample in streaming
► Fix reading of float AIFF files in streaming mode
► Other stability and UI improvements

The Intua team.

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