Huge and awesome update for Multitrack DAW. Here’s what’s in it:

  • Per track EQ (2 bands parametric, 2 bands shelving, 18db boost and cut) (3GS or later).
  • Per track Compressor (3GS or later).
  • Ability to monitor the input signal with effects (3GS or later).
  • Fade in and out per region (editable fade points).
  • Open/copy email attachments (mp3, m4a, AAC, wav, aif, ogg).
  • Restore in-app purchases onto other devices.
  • Delete Unused Bins from within app.
  • Increased control of sliders and handles.
  • Retina display for iPhone 4 and iPod 4th gen.
  • Shared directory now monitors changes from iTunes File Sharing.
  • Improved input selection allows spitting stereo input onto 2 mono tracks.
  • iPod media browser now uses Apple supplied browser.
  • Hotbox ‘Trim’ and ‘Move’ buttons unified to single ‘Edit’ button.
  • new Hotbox ‘Slice’ tool splits a region at hotbox location or playhead location.
  • Fader controls now accurately use decibel scale and allow a real +12db of gain boost.
  • Metronome has volume control
  • Track download on wifi webpage has option to include effects in track rendering.

MultiTrack DAW - Harmonicdog

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15 comments

  1. It's true, this is a killer update! The EQ's and new cadets are excellent, and the fact that you can import email attachments is phenomenal.

    Thanks HarmonicDog!

  2. correction: the new “faders” are excellent 🙂

    @iLpd

    It's OK, feel good, NlogSynth Pro is great, too! Haven't tried gruvtron yet, but the other soundtrends apps are very nice, so I can imagine.

  3. Why can't any of the multi-tracks include any insert FX like reverb or delay effects? I've always been a bit curious about this since most iDevice instruments are awash in effects.

    Pierre

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