New iPad DAW, MultitrackStudio


Developer Giel Bremmers has released MultitrackStudio for iPad – an audio/MIDI multitrack recording app. Both audio and MIDI tracks can be edited. MIDI editing features include pianoroll, drum and score editors.


  • Up to 16 audio/MIDI tracks, audio tracks can be mono or stereo.
  • Editors: audio, pianoroll, drum, score, MIDI controllers, timesig/tempo and song.
  • One effect return section.
  • One master section.
  • Three effect slots per mixer section (two for MIDI tracks).
  • Effects: Automated Fader, Chorus, Compressor, DeEsser, Echo, EQ, Flanger, Guitar Amp, Master Limiter, Noise Gate, Phaser, Pseudo Stereo, Reverb, Saturator, Tremolo, Tuner and Vibrato.
  • MIDI instruments: MultitrackStudio Instruments (General MIDI compatible) and one CoreMIDI output device.
  • MIDI sources: onscreen keyboard (keyboard, drum and various string layouts) and one CoreMIDI input device.
  • Audio sample rate: 44.1 or 48 kHz.
  • Imports .wav, .aif, .mp3, .mid and various other audio file types.
  • Exports .wav and .mid files
  • Exports .zip file containing all files needed to open song in MultitrackStudio for Windows/OS X.

The developer notes that MultitrackStudio for iPad does NOT currently support Bluetooth audio devices, AudioCopy, AudioBus or inter-app audio.

MultitrackStudio for iPad is available in the App Store.

12 thoughts on “New iPad DAW, MultitrackStudio

  1. >The developer notes that MultitrackStudio for iPad does NOT currently support Bluetooth audio devices, AudioCopy, AudioBus or inter-app audio.

    Not sure why you’d ship in this case, as those (other than Bluetooth) seem like baseline requirements these days. Let me know when this is fixed, and I’ll get it…

      1. Seems a bit limited scope for customers because no one else will really want it except those who have the PC/Mac version as well.

  2. Last time I checked, there weren’t many MIDI sequence editors for iPad. Garageband & Genome are the biggies, but they have some limitations. Auria is an amazing audio environment, but no MIDI sequencing (and relatively expensive).

    One advantage I see with the MultiTrack Studio app (based on the description) is the ability to import and export MIDI & audio files (via iTunes). However, the website, description & manual don’t give nearly enough info for me to make a decision on it.

    Price is currently $17.99. (40% off of the regular price of $29.99).

    1. Cubasis does a great job mixing audio and MIDI tracks, and has Audiobus, IAA, and a ton of other connectivity options. I picked up up for 50% off during their last sale and it’s terrific.

        1. It’s true that I can’t think of any other iOS daws that support odd time sigs and changes in time sig but it does seem that aside from this (quite niche,IMO) feature, for quite an expensive app this is missing a lot of functionality that some people would consider a basic requirement these days.

    2. Cubasis, beatmaker 2, nanostudio, and others I’m probably not aware of can all open and edit midi and mostly without having to use iTunes to get the data in and out.

  3. if anyone’s bought it yet, can you easily enter triplets and is there any swing/shuffle/groove setting? two things that seem to be common omissions for ipad daws

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