Meteor Multi Track Recorder for the iPad

Turns Your iPad Into A 12-Track Audio Recorder      09/05/11

Buying Choices

Developer 4Pockets has released Meteor - a new digital multi-track recorder for the iPad. The program features up to 12 tracks of digital audio, a built-in mixer and multi-effects processor.

According to the developer, Meteor is 'ideally suited for creating musical compositions, and also a great tool for journalists and business people who need to splice and piece together voice notes, narration or dictation'.

Meteor includes a full-featured sound editor, allowing recordings to be trimmed or spliced together. You can apply various effects to your recordings either directly, as part of the recording process or in real time during playback. Editor features include cut, copy, paste, fade in/out. clear, reverse, gain, normalize, remove DC offset, time stretch and pitch shift. Effects include digital delay, chorus / flanger, reverb, graphic equalizer, tone boost, compressor (with side chaining) and distortion. 

Recordings can be exported to standard file formats. 

Features: 

  • Record up to12 tracks of CD quality audio 
  • Multi-Effects Processor 
  • Integrated 12 channel Mixer 
  • Integrated Sample Editor 
  • 3 Global Send Effect Busses 
  • Insert Effects with freeze facility to reduce CPU load.
  • Record Effects & Record Monitor 
  • Mixer and Effect Automation 
  • Metronome
  • Mixdown / Bounce Facility 
  • Import samples and iPod songs. 
  • Export to compressed CAF and WAV formats 
  • Automatic Delay Compensation 
  • In-App Purchases through the Online Shop found in the Help Menu.

Pricing and Availability

 Meteor MultiTrack Recorder is available now for US $19.99. 

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James Lewin
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