I was recently contracted by Guitar Player Magazine to review the new IK Multimedia Stomp I/O (look for the review in GP in the next couple of months). It lets you send audio and MIDI to an iPad, so I took the opportunity to set up a quick rig employing three of my favorite apps: iDensity, Aum, and Borderlands
iDensity lets me live sample up to six tracks of guitar and granularly process each track differently.
Borderlands lets me record technically any number of tracks. Double tapping on a recorded track creates a “cloud” that processes the audio within its circumference. Clouds can be pushed around with your finger or Borderlands will record the movement of the clouds as you push them and replay that movement.
Aum is a mixer app that lets me combine everything. I put AmpliTube in track 1 and regulated its volume by programming the Stomp I/O’s expression pedal to control the track volume. From track 1, I bussed out to iDensity, Borderlands and Kymatica’s AUFX-Space reverb.
Hit me up with any questions in the comments.