Dublin (Ireland) based software developer specialising
in musicians' applications for the Apple iOS/MacOS-X platforms. We began writing commercial software
in 1984 and have been developing in C for 30 (!) years. As well as realising our own
ideas we are also available for custom development; contact us to
discuss your project.
If you're interested in reviewing any of our apps for a website
or publication, please drop us a line for a promo code. We're also responsible for the MidiBus
MIDI Developer Library for iOS and MacOS-X and part of the musicIO team.
Available iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch apps:
(for full details view on the App Store)
MidiFire - free-form, modular CoreMIDI environment for
iOS and macOS.
MidiBridge, MidiBus, MidiVision and a whole lot more rolled into one
flexible and powerful package for iDevices and Mac. Built with the MidiBus
||MidiBridge - MIDI patchbay router and event manipulator
- Interconnect any MIDI in to any MIDI out on your iOS device
including physical, network, bluetooth and virtual CoreMIDI ports.
- Breathe life into your Akai Synthstation 25 and Line6 Midi
Mobilizer (original) by making them CoreMIDI capable.
- Transmit to/from external MIDI devices to a remote DAW (for example) or other MIDI device wirelessly using CoreMIDI networking.
- Filter MIDI events separately on each input or output.
- Clone MIDI events from one input to several outputs.
- Split MIDI events from one output across several outputs.
- Transform MIDI events passing through any input or output port
using modules (eg. transpose, velocity curve, keyboard splits) including the user programmable 'Stream Byter'.
- Microtune your
- All MIDI traffic is supported, including sysex
||MidiBus - Ultra stable MIDI clock sync generator and measurement tool
The first app to deploy the MidiBus Library, MidiBus is a tool for generating a MIDI clock signal that can be fed to
hardware and apps for reliable MIDI sync. On the flipside, you can use MidiBus to measure incoming clock signals and determine
latency, jitter and position. The clock can be remote controlled via MIDI in terms of starting/stopping and setting tempo either
explicitly or tap.
||GigRig MIDI+ - MIDI file capture utility
Capture, replay, save, recall and share MIDI events quickly and easily.
Define/Learn MIDI triggerable textual 'cues' that can be displayed (fullscreen)
as they are received. Pre-configured for use with TheGigRig's G2 guitar FX
MidiVision owners can crossgrade to GigRig MIDI+ at a discount via the
GigRig X-Grade Bundle
||MidiMetro - Sample accurate MIDI metronome
Standalone or MIDI clock syncable metronome with 0.0226 millisecond accuracy. Metronome sound issued via speaker or can be
inserted as an Inter-App Audio instrument in host apps like musicIO, Cubasis or Auria. Responds comprehensively to MIDI tempo,
time signature and song position pointer.
||MidiVision - Real-time MIDI analyser
A swiss-army knife utility for real-time and inline MIDI event monitoring, capturing and filtering. Perfect for
troubleshooting and analysing MIDI sources in a compact and portable package. If you need to see what any MIDI device is sending
then using MidiVision (and physical, network or virtual MIDI interface) on your iPod Touch, iPhone or iPad provides a simple,
handy and extremely portable solution.
||FreEWI - Inline virtual MIDI event mapper and transposer
Designed as an add-on to MidiBridge following requests from EWI players, FreEWI (pronounced Free-Wee) is a music utility app
that allows processing of MIDI events that pass through it.
||musicIO - Audio and MIDI over USB
Audeonic is 1/3 of the team that brings you musicIO. Interconnect your iOS devices with your desktop (windows or mac) and
stream audio and MIDI between them at low latency over the USB cable.
If you have any pre-sales or support queries about any of our apps please email us (email at bottom of page) or visit our
soapbox forum to find announcements, answers or pose questions.
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