16 Audio Tracks On An iPad With Xewton Music Studio

This video, via developer Xewton, is primarily a technical demonstration. But it does challenge preconceptions of tablets as toys, rather than tools.

While no tablet app is a replacement for a state-of-the-art desktop DAW, they are already, after only a couple of years’ work, developing into powerful musical tools.

Here’s what Xewton has to say about the demo:

Playback of 16 simultaneous audio tracks with Music Studio on an iPad 2. And it’s not even driven to the limit 🙂

Music Studio offers a complete music production environment for the iPad/iPhone/iPod touch with features and a sound quality previously only known to desktop applications and expensive audio hardware.??It combines a piano keyboard, 65+60 studio-quality instruments with sustain, a fully fledged 127-track sequencer with audio tracks, extensive note editing, reverb, real-time effects, microphone recording and much more on a user-friendly interface.

Try the free Lite version!

4 thoughts on “16 Audio Tracks On An iPad With Xewton Music Studio

  1. My fave mini-DAW, for me it’s just a bit more flexible than NanoStudio, most obviously when you’re dealing with audio. I’ve released stuff commercially (since way back when people bought music) and I really believe that this app is going to be the first one that let’s me get a tune on iTunes with no help from ableton or fl. Enough songs and those $25 checks from Apple start snowballing – ill certainly have all my iOS devices and apps paid off within the next 14 years, yeah!!

  2. Oh I think harmonicdog’s audio quality and editing abilities are far superior. But no midi …yet…btw Id pay for an in-app purchase, mr.dog!

  3. If you think this reminds FL Studio Mobile it’s because Xewton made it.

    Never bought this one because I got FL Studio Mobile before knowing who made it.
    It’s my primary audio notebook, but I wonder if I should’ve gone with Music Studio instead.

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