This just made me smile this morning as MultiTrack DAW was one of my favourite recorder apps for a very long time, and after ages has had a fantastic update. Here’s all the new stuff in version 3.4:
- Inter-App Audio – effects can be chained on each track, on the Bus return, and the Master out (*).
- IAA Generators – on the Input to each track.
- Audiobus 2.0 – Can be used as a sender for any track or master out. Supports saving and restoring state.
- New graphics for iOS 7 – improved look is cleaner and less confusing.
- Clean waveforms – rendered without blockies on retina displays.
- 64-bit support – with Neon optimizations and high resolution audio processing.
- Dithering – applied automatically anywhere in the signal chain when bit width gets reduced.
- Reduced filespace usage – up to 16 tracks before caches kick in on 64 bit devices.
- Compressor – new dB reduction meter help you adjust threshold and ratio controls.
- Completely rewritten audio engine – takes advantage of the best features of your hardware.
- Supports up to 16 inputs simultaneously (USB hardware required).
- Loop Points – changing loop points in realtime is now immediate.
- Snapping – now you can snap to other regions, loop markers, and punch points, as well as Ruler lines.
- Snap helpers – red vertical lines display exact snapping placement.
- Song Menu – you can now drag song icons to reorder them.
- IN Meter – now displays up to 8 input VU meters on iPad, or 4 on iPhone/iPod touch.
* IAA effects currently support only 1 instance at a time, system wide. In other words, you can’t chain the same effect more than once.