Musaico Audio Scratchpad Now Universal

Musaico – an iPad & iPhone app for recording and remixing music – has been updated to be a universal app.


  • Real time, instant touch-and-play control interface. Record, play, import, and edit sound material without interrupting the audio stream
  • Automatic beat alignment – sound material plays in time together
  • Automatic or manual play speed adjustment
  • Import from iPod library (supports non-DRM .m4a, .mp3, .aac, .caf, and .wav)
  • Import from iOS clipboard using audio paste (iPad only)
  • Precisely edit sound material with dynamic, real time waveform views – pinch to zoom, swipe to scroll, and tap to play
  • Group sound material to play in time together
  • Multiple timeline arrangement views with mute and solo, track volume, and metronome controls (iPad only)
  • Export themes from timeline into loop-based clips (iPad only)
  • Share clips, clip groups, or timeline themes via e-mail (.wav or .m4a formats for iPad, .m4a for iPhone)
  • Demo projects included (3 for iPad and 1 for iPhone)

Musaico is US $3.99 in the App Store.

If you’ve used Musaico, let us know what you think of it!

9 thoughts on “Musaico Audio Scratchpad Now Universal

    1. Universal apps run on both iPad and iPhone. You don’t need to buy separate apps – one app has both the iPad-sized user interface and the iPhone size user interface.

  1. Hello

    A very fine piece of iPad app wizardry. Nice use of the iPad interface modality that affords the user a seamless flow of record/arrange. Has all the basic editing functionality, copy, trim gain adjust…could use a fade function (though i expect this will appear in a future iteration). Well done Jeremy Huff (developer).


    Krzysztof Szychowski

  2. The apps seems like it might be cool, but I can’t tell because the video spent all it’s time showing people being happy rather than demonstrating the product. And did it bug anyone else that the entire coffee shop went silent as soon as he started tapping his coffee cup? LOL

    I can’t speak for the app, it seems worth looking into, but I would call this marketing video a “swing and a miss”.

    1. it’s an audio editor and audio sequencer. What would be midi be used for in this app? Do you want midi in to trigger the samples? Or do you want audio clips to somehow send midi out?

      Complaining that this app has no midi support is like complaining Angry Birds has no midi support, it makes no sense.

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