It gets better and better and the other DAW for Android that can use USB Soundcards for low latency and professional recording is not getting any updates at all and it is kind of buggy.
So if looking for a DAW to mix and record with I highly recommend Audio Evolution Mobile. Plus the Toneboosters VST's are very nice and do not think that there is better or more professional effects on the Android platform.
Here is the update information:
eXtream Software Development has released a major update to their Android DAW, Audio Evolution Mobile. Version 4 contains many enhancements in the MIDI/instrument area including a drum pattern editor and easier workflow for working with instruments.
To offer a wide range of quality instruments, eXtream Software Development partnered with Digital Sound Factory to license original sounds from several E-MU rack synthesizers (Orbit, Planet Phatt, Xtreme Lead), the Native Instruments Kontakt Keyboards collection and 5 professionally recorded drum kits. These are available as in-app purchases.
Here is a selection of the changes:
- Drum pattern editor: create drum tracks with ease.
- New instrument selection screen with pre-listen facility: tap on an instrument to hear it or play your USB MIDI keyboard while changing between sounds.
- Instrument selection screen now features an option to purchase new Soundfont packs.
- Soundfonts use a lot less memory: only the data from used presets are loaded into memory.
- New status screen showing connection status of USB audio and MIDI devices graphically.
- Instrument tracks now feature an audio bus. This means you can now apply insert effects, output audio from instrument tracks to a bus etc., just like a regular audio track.
- Added preference option to disable scrolling of the display during playback.
- Added preference option to select the recording file type (wav/flac/ogg).
- Added option 'Merge all clips' to MIDI track menu.
- The path where Soundfonts are loaded from can now be set in the preferences.
- When importing a broadcast WAV file, the app will ask if you want to use the embedded offset information or not.
- Added quantize to MIDI clip menu.
- You can now make changes (draw/remove/move) while playing a loop in the piano roll editor.