WNAMM12: 48-Track DAW For The iPad

WaveMachine Labs announce Auria      18/01/12

Auria is a 48 track digital audio workstation designed exclusively for the iPad. WaveMachine Labs say that, built from the ground up to be used in professional studio and live tracking applications, Auria includes the necessary tools for recording, mixing, and editing any project. Auria introduces innovative features such as AAF import/export for moving sessions between popular DAWs (like Pro Tools and Nuendo), 64-bit double precision architecture, and up to 24 tracks of simultaneous recording using compatible USB audio interfaces. WaveMachine Labs has teamed with PSPaudioware to offer a powerful vintage-inspired channel strip on every channel, plus a mastering processor on the master and subgroup channels. Auria also features a first among mobile apps - VST plugin support; Auria includes several bundled plugins (convolution reverb, stereo chorus and delay, classicVerb and a pitch processor). Plug-ins by PSPAudioware, Overloud Audio Tools, Fabfilter and more will be available through in-app purchase. WaveMachine Labs tell us that they are pioneering the effort to develop the VST standard on iOS, allowing manufacturers to easily port their existing plugins to the iPad.
Auria includes:
  • Up to 48 tracks of simultaneous playback
  • Record up to 24 tracks at once
  • VST plugin support
  • AAF Import and Export
  • Fully featured multitrack editor
  • Includes plugins from PSPaudioware, Fabfilter, and more
Sonic State will bring you more news on this when we see it in action.
Pricing and Availability:
Available 1st Quarter 2012. WaveMachine Labs say that the app will be $49.99 and will include several plugins and that, while additional plugin prices will vary, most of the more well-known plugins will be in the $10-20 range.
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