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Release your creativity with up to 24 high quality audio tracks. Record multiple takes, harmonies, solos, and experiments. No more worrying about bouncing - each instrument can have its own track. More cowbell? No problem!
Build new songs just like in a real recording studio, with the monitoring and overdubbing capabilities of MultiTrack DAW. Move and trim audio until it's perfect, and mix the sound until it's just right. Share your creations with iTunes File Sharing, Wifi, email, and SoundCloud.
MultiTrack has a wide range of input capabilities, including the built-in mic, headset mics, and USB interfaces and mics. Please see our support forum for a list of supported input devices.
File types for import include mp3, wav, aac, m4a, aif, and m4a. MultiTrack now offers 6 ways to get audio files in and out: iTunes File Sharing, Wifi, Copy/Paste, "Open in...", Email, iPod Library Access, and SoundCloud.
8 stereo audio tracks, upgradable to 24.
Up to 24 bit / 96kHz, professional quality sound for each track.
Inter-App Audio - Generators, Instruments, and Effects supported.
Audiobus 2.0 - Can be used as a sender for any track or master out. Supports saving and restoring state.
Non-linear, non-destructive editing using Regions and Bins.
Per track Compressor and EQ (2 bands parametric, 2 bands shelving)
Sweet Reverb and configurable stereo Delay available as bus effects.
Supports up to 16 inputs simultaneously (USB hardware required)
Grid View with Snap to easily align regions.
Metronome adjustable from 40 to 240 BPM
Time Signatures (2/2, 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 5/4, 7/4, 6/8, 7/8, 9/8, and 12/8)
Ruler showing bars/beats/divisions/ticks or timecode.
Individual controls for volume, pan, mute and solo.
Volume faders have +12db of gain boost.
Fade in and out per region (editable fade points)
Input selection allows splitting stereo input onto 2 mono tracks.
Ability to monitor the input signal with effects.
Opens email attachments or audio on web pages (mp3, m4a, AAC, wav, aif, ogg)
Bounce Regions using multi-region copy and paste.
Looping with the Loop Markers.
Hotbox popup control with context sensitive buttons.
Audio Browser allows preview of audio files in the song.
Snap, Punch, Input Monitor, Auto Input, Undo and Redo, and many more features.
Smart Snap displays red vertical lines with exact snapping placement, snaps to any other region or ruler line.
Beautifully rendered waveforms at multiple zoom levels.
Low latency VU meters for each track.
32 bit / 64 bit audio processing.
Multi-touch pinch/zoom support.
Unified Copy/Paste system means internal copying works in other apps.
Latency compensation with selectable buffer sizes.
Recorded material perfectly synced with other tracks.
Fades use quadratic interpolation in dB space.
Fully Bit Transparent when faders set to 0dB.
Zip compression of song projects for backup/restore.
Native iPad support (landscape and portrait, up to 11 tracks visible)
USB Audio using Camera Connection Kit or Lightning to USB Camera Adapter.
Wav, Ogg, and m4a compression for Wi-Fi download, mixdown, email attachments, and SoundCloud upload.
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* Stereo recording requires a stereo microphone (please see our support forum for details)
* iPod Library Access is read-only, and cannot read DRM protected files.
What's New in Version 4.2
Freeze tracks - drastically reduces processing for tracks with IAA effects, and frees up the plugins for use on other tracks.
Loop Recording - allows continuous overwriting while it loops. Stop and undo after a good take.
Smaller audio buffers - sizes of 64 are now supported for low latency monitoring.
Rewritten audio engine for perfectly clean audio quality.
Volume/pan adjustments are filtered and interpolated, no 'zippering'.
Compressor uses exponential gain reduction metering.
Long-Touch zipped song project icon now has 'Open in' button for sharing the zip.
Final mixdown now uses loop markers as song start and end.
Final mixdown won't overwrite older mixdowns with same name.
All sorting/ordering uses numeric sort (Song, Shared, Inputs, IAA effects, generators, instruments).
Silence rendered to IAA plugins when doing mixdown/copy operation, to flush out buffers.
Wi-Fi web server lists songs in same order as shown in multitrack.
Track and bin download filenames now contain the song name as prefix.
Fix an iPhone 6S+ bug with missing tabs (Export, Shared, and Upgrades).
Fix iOS 9 bug with 2 finger pinch zooming sometimes popping back to another zoom level.
Fix retina displays sometimes not able to open the Hotbox with a Long-Touch.
Fix an Audiobus monitoring bug where no sound would be heard unless 'Input Monitoring' was on.
Fix a bug when drag reordering 3 or more IAA track plugins.
New Audiobus lib should fix the samplerate issues on iPhone 6S with internal speaker/mic.
Fix a buffer size bug on cold start.
Fix lights on compressor gain reduction meter being stuck sometimes when turning it off.
4.1 Fix an iPhone 6S+ bug with unresponsive menu items.
4.2 Fix a bug introduced with 4.1, sometimes crashing when plugging/unplugging audio hardware.
Good basic DAW for tracking, not composing
This is a basic audio only DAW that also supports IAA instruments and effects. It has good sound and is very stable. There is no track automation but one can trim and fade in and out clips. You can import audio or record straight in. There are a few on board essential effects and EQ which work nicely.
This DAW will work best with tracking performance takes for a song, but not for moving around sections or clips for composition since there is no area select. You have to click every clip individually to select and if you miss one they all get unselected. Moving small clips requires zooming in to grab them otherwise the trim and fade controls get in the way. I was doing a sound design project with this app, but it got too tedious trying to move sections of clips and small individual clips, so I moved the project to another DAW. With area select this all would have been much easier. This is a standard way of working in similar types of applications, so not having it seriously limits usability.
Also I am not favorable to dragging from the pop up box to select my tool. One tap to open a window and another to select is a standard that works more easily. It's not a big issue but it would save on finger duress.
Rock Solid 8 Track Recording on my iPhone 6s Plus - Super Cool!
I recently decided to research what it would take to record 8 tracks of my band, live on our gigs with equipment already in my possession. I concluded that I could use the Inserts on my Yamaha MGP16X mixer as Direct Outs to send eight channels of audio, pre-fader and pre-eq, to my Focusrite Scarlett 18i6 USB audio interface. I’ve also purchased some specialized Insert Jack/Direct Out cables to accomplish this.
The 18i6 is connected to my iPhone 6s Plus via the Lightning CCK (Camera Connection Kit). But, what app should I use to capture this audio in real time? After disappointing experiences with several recording apps, I suddenly remembered that I had purchased the MultiTrack DAW app but had never tried it because my previous live recordings used the RODE iXY-L stereo mic paired either with the RODE Rec app or Apogee’s MetaRecorder.
After working with MultiTrack DAW for several hours of test recordings and transfers, I’m convinced that I will get reliable, high quality, consistent results on my band’s gigs which will very easily load into Logic Pro X on my MacBook Pro for mixing and mastering.
I’m really pleased to discover how powerful yet simple MultiTrack DAW is to use. Thank you for creating such a well thought out, flexible and reliable multi-track recording solution for iOS.
Impressive! I'm so glad I bought it! My favorite iPad app
This program is so brilliant. The programmer is a genius and obviously uses it because it's so intuitive and well thought out. I'm still really learning how to use the effects and editing tracks but the basics are very easy to get down. It makes my music practice 10 times more fun because I listen with headphones on as I practice and with the reverb on it makes me sound like I'm in a huge cathedral. It's awesome. I can record professional sounding tracks with this. I only wish the metronome had a visual mode where it showed a light bouncing back and forth, and also that when you add a new track, you could copy the effect settings you have set for the other tracks in the song. Maybe there already is a way to do that. For $10 this is most definite worth it.
- Category: Music
- Updated: Nov 01, 2015
- Version: 4.2
- Size: 19.5 MB
- Languages: English, French, German
- Seller: Hamilton Feltman
- © 2016 Harmonicdog
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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