Audio Mastering iOS music app – review and demo

Review and demo of the Audio Mastering app for iPad. Full review and further details are available at www.musicappblog.com.

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John Walden says:

Yes it does…. In the strip of buttons at the base of the screen you have to activate the Input button. Then, whatever input device you have connected to your iPad can be used to feed audio into the app. Once you have the Input button activated, the ‘Play’ button (used to play back a previously recorded file or a file you have imported into the app) changes to be a ‘Record’ button – so press that and the recording will start. Hope this helps? Best wishes, John

Ida Bagus Bayu Brahmantya says:

How can i put the files? 🙁

John Walden says:

thanks, that’s appreciated 🙂

John Walden says:

Within the app itself, the ‘Files’ screen includes Share File and Web Access buttons… but the easiest way to move files to and from the app is via the usual iTunes file sharing option…. Hope this helps?

John

TheReggiereg1 says:

John, thanks for the quick reply and I purchased the app because of your great review.

TheReggiereg1 says:

Does this have real time record? I want to hook my mpc to the ipad and record my beat

John Walden says:

I don’t think you get that level of control. Unlike something like ozone on the desktop (where you can specify the frequency ranges of bands within the various multi-band sections), as far as I can see, here you just have to work with the ‘fixed’ bands that the developer has built in to the app. Might be worth contacting them with a suggestion though and see what they say? I guess they just made a call between ease of use vs level of control?

DOMINOSMOFO says:

I am interested in this app just for the harmonic saturator. It’s the only thing that I can’t find on the app store. No one appears to make anything like an Aphex Exciter/Big Bottom app on iOS.

Mee Zanook says:

thanks for your time John,you did an excellent walk through.

Ida Bagus Bayu Brahmantya says:

Can we save our project and then sharei it to PC

NicolasStrawberry says:

great app, just wish it had a compressor/Limiter for more dynamic control

John Walden says:

Hi Kepra… yes you can. The app allows you to save a processed version of your file and yo can easily move it on to other apps or to a desktop computer. Hope this helps?

best wishes, John

John Walden says:

I’m not sure that the developer has provided details of the frequency ranges that each of the three bands within the Stereo Imaging section operate at. However, I’d be surprised if the ‘low’ band is not set at something close to the 250Hz area you mention. If the app operates in the same way as desktop processors such as Ozone, then setting a negative value for any of these faders ought to reduce (that is, less stereo/more mono) the stereo information in that band…. Hope this helps?

NicolasStrawberry says:

Great app but could use a multiband dynamics feature as well as a frequency analyzer/meter.

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