My 24 apps of Christmas: 9 – MultiTrack DAW

So here we are on day 9 of my 24 apps of Christmas, and today’s app is MultiTrack DAW, which has been a constant multitrack of choice since the day it arrived on the app store.

in fact it is one of those apps that you can almost forget about even though it’s so innovative. I have to remind myself about how amazing the interface is, and how not like a typical multitrack interface. Every UI element in the interface is designed so well that it works beautifully on any iOS device.

But it doesn’t end there. It’s been constantly updated and improved during its long time on the app store. It’s one of those apps that just works, just does the job and works seamlessly every time. It’s a joy to use and I hope that it’ll keep going on and getting better and better.

Actually, I’ve every suspicion that it will do exactly that.

FM4 demo track 3 (audio)


“A dark demo using the model 3 mode for extra dirt and grit. All sounds are made with the FM4.”

The shape of things to come …

Loopacks Demo and tutorial for iPad (video)

Focusrite iTrack Pocket Audio Interface Review – Sweetwater’s iOS Update, Vol. 93 (video)

I have to say that whilst I have no need for one of these I really want one.

Auxy gets into Apple’s Best of 2014

Well done Auxy, plus a new look and new features today. Awesome stuff, what a great way to see out 2014.

That Mr Concretedog makes some awesome Synth goodness …

More synthy goodness from my old friend Mr Concretedog …

Jasuto gets a little update

Here’s what’s new in Jasuto:

  • Updated Audiobus
  • Fixed MIDI CC saving
  • Soloing now works properly

Reminder: Last day for Lo-Fi SES: Hackable 8-bit chiptunes instrument on Kickstarter

Lo-Fi SES has less than a day left to go and is well over 530% of its funding target which is pretty amazing I think.

SVEP Chorus, Phaser, Flanger Demo and Tutorial for iPad (video)

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