Nqa2000's Review of Multitrack DawReviewed on 9/21/18 6:29 PM
Multitrack DAW was my first DAW! Being discouraged by cost, I never took the initiative to learn how to seriously record. However, once I bought my first iPhone, and then subsequently stumbled upon Harmonicdog’s app, I fell in love with the process! Since, I’ve been constantly learning and growing in the art, and have graduated to using a desktop DAW. It is one of my jobs now, and it’s hard to believe that not that long ago, I was introduced to the process by Multitrack DAW! ps- I still use it ALL THE TIME...
TDOwen1234567's Review of Multitrack DawReviewed on 7/4/18 3:56 AM
Can’t imagine the time spent ironing out this interface and ease. Hands down best multi-track recorded available. I recorded an entire song in an hour on this thing. Love it, love it.
jaybandido's Review of Multitrack DawReviewed on 6/17/18 10:45 PM
I paid for this app and then it’s says this app is No longer in the app store that’s bs
Skidwick86's Review of Multitrack DawReviewed on 4/5/18 12:59 AM
Great app. Works just like it’s supposed to. So simple to use. I like using it just BECAUSE it’s a great app and fun to use, even apart from any recording needs! Emails very easy. All VERY intuitive.
Soulzhorizon's Review of Multitrack DawReviewed on 4/2/18 6:13 PM
This app is amazing! The features on it are amazing and simple to use. Vary practice way to put ideas together and to share collaborate! Amazing job harmonic dog!
Amphoteres's Review of Multitrack DawReviewed on 12/3/17 9:28 PM
No updates? Seriously? This used to be my favorite DAW.
Laarz's Review of Multitrack DawReviewed on 12/13/18 1:10 PM
This is a basic audio only DAW that also supports IAA instruments and effects. It has good sound and is very stable. There is no track automation but one can trim and fade in and out clips. You can import audio or record straight in. There are a few on board essential effects and EQ which work nicely. This DAW will work best with tracking performance takes for a song, but not for moving around sections or clips for composition since there is no area select. You have to click every clip individually to select and if you miss one they all get unselected. Moving small clips requires zooming in to grab them otherwise the trim and fade controls get in the way. I was doing a sound design project with this app, but it got too tedious trying to move sections of clips and small individual clips, so I moved the project to another DAW. With area select this all would have been much easier. This is a standard way of working in similar types of applications, so not having it seriously limits usability. Also I am not favorable to dragging from the pop up box to select my tool. One tap to open a window and another to select is a standard that works more easily. It's not a big issue but it would save on finger duress.
Williamsmuse's Review of Multitrack DawReviewed on 12/13/18 1:10 PM
Can't say enough good things about this app. My go-to daw for getting ideas down quickly. The interface doesn't get in the way and allows me to keep the creative juices flowing. I can now take my iPad to projects instead of my laptop and easily export them later. Recent updates (2017) make it even more useful and powerful. All thumbs up.
Rivera guitar amps are best's Review of Multitrack DawReviewed on 12/13/18 1:10 PM
When I first started using MultitrackDAW I wasn't exactly sure how it all worked, though much was obvious and intuitive. To my surprise the manual was a quick and easy read and made me an instant expert. Other DAWs boast about their advanced features but this one is intuitive to work with once you learn the basic command to tap and hold, which brings up a menu--then just slide to the option you want. The sound quality is impeccable. I spent a lot of money on a couple of other DAW apps but I have exclusively used this one--it's so easy. The Audiobus and IAA implementations are advanced. It has automatically supported every audio interface I have plugged into my iPhone and iPad, and I've tried several. The only thing I wish it had was MIDI sync with other apps and devices. I've been able to make do by putting count-in notes on the tracks, so I've been able to line-up every track accurately, especially thanks to the snap feature. The snap feature is powerful. By setting Multitrack DAW to the same tempo as the audio, clips can be sized precisely--perfect for creating loops to use in other apps.
PageMad's Review of Multitrack DawReviewed on 12/13/18 1:10 PM
Intuitive. Allows you to focus on multi tracking. However, major issues with interapp plugins and audiobus. Therefore I rarely use it. Many App plugins do not load or app begins to behave poorly Used on : iPad Pro, iPad Air , iPhone 5 & 6 Work on interapp guys ... Then you'll have a rival product