It also comes with Midi out now, that is a very interesting option for anyone
that want to use hir mobile device to control hardware synthesizers and other midi devices.
Would definitively recommend to use a USB Audio interface though,
if you want to make some professional recordings with very low latency.
Also would recommend to test the Demo version first to make sure everything works as expected on your device as it costs more than your average application and there can be some issues, me for example had the problem that it saw my usb soundcard as the microphone input and the 1/4 inch cable input as left and right mono inputs and not having any command that I could find for making the stereo track to mono leaving the recording totally panned to the left or right...
( This happens sometimes for me using Audio Evolution to, but not always... )
Could just be something specific just for my USB Audio interface though, it can also have been fixed now as the version I have is the one version previous that got sent to me to test in either case worth testing the demo version first.
- Midi Out
- Support for control surfaces (eg: Korg nanoKontrol2)
- Choose destination directory when saving projects, audio files and midi files
- Customizable back button behaviour
- Various bug fixes