n-Track Studio for iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch

The Real Thing

I’m pleased to announce a new platform where n-Track is available:

n-Track Studio for iOS

You can record with your iPhone, iPad or iPod and then import the multitrack project (i.e. .sng file) in the Windows or Mac version of n-Track. Comments on the app are welcome.

Flavio.



Quote: (Flavio Antonioli @ Mar. 10 2011, 10:11 PM)

I'm pleased to announce a new platform where n-Track is available:

n-Track Studio for iOS

You can record with your iPhone, iPad or iPod and then import the multitrack project (i.e. .sng file) in the Windows or Mac version of n-Track. Comments on the app are welcome.

Flavio.

Wow. Excellent. Thanks

Just need to repair my iPod first though :-(

Wow.
The future really is here.
:agree:

I’m looking for a description of the feature set - I see that it has EQ - does it also have the reverb, delay and compressor?

:agree: :agree: :)

Bill..

Nice.

The link only sends you to the main page. Can’t find it in the download section (or am I going blind??)

http://ntrack.com/ios.php

A toy DAW for Apple toys… nice.

UJ

Quote: (Flavio Antonioli @ Mar. 10 2011, 3:11 AM)

I'm pleased to announce a new platform where n-Track is available:

n-Track Studio for iOS

You can record with your iPhone, iPad or iPod and then import the multitrack project (i.e. .sng file) in the Windows or Mac version of n-Track. Comments on the app are welcome.

Flavio.

any chance of having it interface with the LINE6 MidiMobilizer? out box like Nanostudio does?

dontcare

Flavio, two days before I received the email that you ported a version of NTrack over to the iPad, an acquaintance of mine who works as a professional vocal coach (a dialect coach for actors in film and TV) asked me if I could recommend any software for his iPad that’d allow him to record data, then email it as an MP3.

I checked this website, but there wasn’t any information at the time about your recent addition. He actually did want a single application to record, compress and email. It struck me as a bit wacky, but whatever…

Quote: (TomS @ Mar. 10 2011, 6:44 AM)

Wow.
The future really is here.
:agree:

I'm looking for a description of the feature set - I see that it has EQ - does it also have the reverb, delay and compressor?

The iOS app currently has EQ only as far as effects go. Compression and reverb It will be added in a forthcoming update (I think within a couple of months).
An updated version is already on the way (i.e. pending AppStore approval) that has a few bugfixes and adds the ability to import from iTunes library (i.e. from audio tracks loaded in the device as an iPod).
The version after that will add the ability to mixdown to mp3/m4a and send the result via email (currently you can mixdown to .wav or directly export the .wav+.sng or .sgw file but you need to connect to a computer).

Flavio.

Dang, that’s cool.

Coolio.

Any chance you could add recording from USB attached interfaces through the camera kit?
Not sure if that’s technically the line in or what.
The xcode docs seem to be a pain to try and figure out how to interface that.
:;):
Keep up the amazing work! Love N-Track, Love it more on Mac!

-p

Quote: (Flavio Antonioli @ Mar. 10 2011, 3:11 AM)

I'm pleased to announce a new platform where n-Track is available:

n-Track Studio for iOS

You can record with your iPhone, iPad or iPod and then import the multitrack project (i.e. .sng file) in the Windows or Mac version of n-Track. Comments on the app are welcome.
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Flavio.

two days before I received the email that you ported a version of
ipad 2 keyboard case NTrack over to the iPad, an acquaintance of mine who works as a professional vocal coach (a dialect coach for actors in film and TV) asked me if I could recommend any software for his iPad that'd allow him to record data, then email it as an MP3.

how is this going?

it will be coming on a year in March since I asked if it will ever have midi capabilities and be able to be used with Line 6 MidiMoblizer.
I mean, there were midi programs running on Palm OS devices since the middle 90’s (with much lower capabilities than i-devices) an I can’t imagine what would hinder Ntrack’s midi side from being parsed.

There is actually a wide open market for a fully functional midi program for i’s as the existing ones are missing key components (like being able to change and save program changes) so it would be a marketing advantage to consider Flav. :agree:

There’s just so much more that you can do with midi (arranging, speed changes, transpose etc etc) that you can’t do with audio, making it an essential for the musician on the go…
Just recording audio? I used to have one of those in the 80’s, looked like this:



Just think, if I invest $300~$400 in an iphone now I can add EQ to my portable recordings!

the future really is here Tom! :laugh:

dontcare :cool:

An appropriate analogy Jerm…

KW

Quote: (dontcare @ Jan. 10 2012, 9:15 PM)

how is this going?ut a few

it will be coming on a year in March since I asked if it will ever have midi capabilities and be able to be used with Line 6 MidiMoblizer.
I mean, there were midi programs running on Palm OS devices since the middle 90's (with much lower capabilities than i-devices) an I can't imagine what would hinder Ntrack's midi side from being parsed.

There is actually a wide open market for a fully functional midi program for i's as the existing ones are missing key components (like being able to change and save program changes) so it would be a marketing advantage to consider Flav.
:agree:

There's just so much more that you can do with midi (arranging, speed changes, transpose etc etc) that you can't do with audio, making it an essential for the musician on the go....
Just recording audio? I used to have one of those in the 80's, looked like this:

Just think, if I invest $300~$400 in an iphone now I can add EQ to my portable recordings!

the future really is here Tom!
:laugh:

dontcare
:cool:

n-Track for iOS has been evolving since its initial release in March. Now it has effects and supports mono and stereo recording from external USB devices (supported by the iPad).
We do plan to release a version that has MIDI capabilities but I don't know a timeframe for when it will be available yet. A few more iOS updates are scheduled first and we're also working on an Android version.

Flavio.



Sounds good,

make sure you implement the ability to do program change editing, that has been the downfall of portable midi programs since the early 90’s and STILL is, they just can’t seem to get over that hurdle…!!!
:agree:
the first one to get there wins the $$$.
:)


when you want to use this technology for more than music (eg. editing hardware FX module control tracks on the fly/train before the gig, it us a must) people forget midi is useful for more than music, dmx lighting automation, video parameters/syncing, FX parameters etc etc so there is a larger market out there.

dontcare
:cool: