Thank you for visiting the Audiobot documentation page. Here you will find all the information you need to get started with Audiobot, a powerful audio processing library for iOS and macOS. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced developer, this documentation will assist you in understanding the features and functionalities of Audiobot.

Getting Started

To begin using Audiobot in your project, follow these steps:

  1. Install Audiobot: pod 'Audiobot'
  2. Import the Audiobot module into your code: import Audiobot

Once Audiobot is properly installed and imported, you can start using the library.


Feature 1: Audio Playback

Audiobot provides a smooth and efficient audio playback functionality. You can easily integrate audio playback into your app using Audiobot’s APIs and enjoy a rich audio experience for your users.

ABAudioPlayer class provides methods to control audio playback, such as play, pause, stop, and seek.

Feature 2: Audio Recording

Audiobot offers powerful audio recording capabilities which enable you to capture audio data from various sources. Whether it’s recording voice memos or processing audio input from a microphone, Audiobot’s ABAudioRecorder class has got you covered.

Additionally, Audiobot provides options for configuring recording settings such as sample rate, audio format, and channel count.

Feature 3: Audio Effects

With Audiobot, you can apply a wide range of audio effects to your audio files, providing an immersive and personalized listening experience for your users. Audiobot offers a variety of built-in audio effects, including:

  • Reverb
  • Equalizer
  • Delay
  • Distortion

Using Audiobot’s ABAudioEffect class, you can easily integrate these effects into your app and customize various parameters to achieve the desired audio output.


Guide 1: Audio Playback

In this guide, you’ll learn how to use the Audiobot library to implement audio playback in your iOS or macOS app. We’ll cover topics such as:

  • Initializing the audio player
  • Loading and playing audio files
  • Controlling playback (play, pause, resume, stop)
  • Monitoring playback progress

Guide 2: Audio Recording

This guide will walk you through the process of integrating audio recording functionality into your iOS or macOS app using Audiobot. Some of the topics covered include:

  • Initializing the audio recorder
  • Setting up recording settings
  • Starting and stopping audio recording
  • Handling audio recording callbacks

Guide 3: Applying Audio Effects

In this guide, you’ll learn how to use Audiobot’s audio effects to enhance the audio output in your app. We’ll explore topics such as:

  • Integrating audio effects into your app
  • Configuring and applying audio effects
  • Adjusting effect parameters
  • Applying multiple effects simultaneously


Example 1: Basic Audio Playback

This example demonstrates how to implement basic audio playback using Audiobot. It covers the steps required to load and play an audio file using the ABAudioPlayer class.

You can find the code snippet and a detailed explanation in our comprehensive guide on audio playback.

Example 2: Real-time Audio Processing

This example showcases real-time audio processing capabilities using Audiobot’s audio effects. It demonstrates how to integrate audio effects into your app’s audio playback pipeline, allowing users to experience various modifications to the audio output.

Check out our guide on applying audio effects for a step-by-step walkthrough of implementing this example.


By now, you should have a good understanding of Audiobot’s features and how to utilize them within your iOS or macOS app. Whether you need audio playback, recording, or advanced audio effects, Audiobot provides a robust framework to cater to your needs.

If you have any further questions or issues, feel free to consult the official documentation or reach out to our support team. Happy coding!