- "48 mono/stereo, 24-bit/44.1kHz tracks, with recording for up to 24 tracks (you’ll obviously need a USB audio interface that can do that.)
- 64-bit, double precision mix architecture (something that just came out in the latest version of Pro Tools)
- Full delay compensation
- “Vintage-inspired” channel strips, with a desktop-like UI and VU/RMS switching
- Plug-in support. Out of the gate, PSPaudioware, Overloud, Fab Filter and Drumagog all work. You need to do custom wrapping of plug-ins for this host; standard plug-ins won’t work. The format is based on VST, but it’s not VST in the traditional sense in that they have to be custom-wrapped for sale through the app.
- Dropbox, SoundCloud, AAF, MP3 export
- Advanced channel strips, EQ, expansion/compression and dynamic controls ready to go
- Convolution reverb. (This one blows my mind.)
- AAF import/export, making one definite application using this as a satellite for your desktop DAW"
I expect this Winter NAMM show to be a big one for iPad apps, and as always, I'll report on everything I see. In the meantime, the Auria app is a good start.
You can read the entire article from createdigitalmusic.com here.