Are you looking for an affordable, streamlined yet powerful DAW that runs on iOS AND Android? eXtream Software Development has got you covered. They just released version 2.0 of their iOS app, Audio Evolution Mobile Studio.
Audio Evolution Mobile Studio is a digital audio workstation featuring both audio and MIDI sequencing. Besides the presence of a variety of free effects and instruments, effects from effect vendor Toneboosters and instruments from Digital Sound Factory can be purchased directly in the app for a low fee. The app further supports IAA, AU and AudioBus.
Features At A Glance:
• Multitrack audio recording / playback
• MIDI sequencing with piano roll editor
• Drum pattern editor
• Inter-app audio effects and instruments
• AudioBus support (including AudioBus remote)
• Audio Unit v3 instruments and effects displayed directly in the app
• Non-linear editing with move, trim, split, cut/copy/paste, remove, cross-fade, time-stretching etc. with full undo/redo
• Virtual instruments (comes with free instruments and more instrument packs to download)
• Clip volume and fade points
• Automation of mixer and effect parameters
• Zoom down to the sample
• Each track has controls for volume, panning, mute, solo, arm, 3-band EQ with mid-sweep, 3 insert effects, 2 effect sends and output bus selection
• Unlimited number of tracks and groups
• Real-time effects including: chorus, compressor, delay, dual delay, reverse delay, reverb, flanger, noise gate and many more!
• Offline effects: fade in/out, normalize, reverse, pitch shift, time stretching
• Export to other DAW’s by rendering all tracks to separate audio files (stems)
• Media server to access your files easily from a desktop computer
• AudioShare support
• Cloud sync using Google Drive and Dropbox
The app is also available for Android phones and tablets.
Pricing and availability
The app is available from the iOS app store for around $6.99. You can read more on the official website and you can buy it here.
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