Wooji Juice has released Ferrite, recording app for iOS that they say combines the ease of use of a ‘voice memo’ audio recorder and the power of a multi-track editing studio.
The app was designed primarily for professional voice production use.
Here’s a video overview:
Here’s what the developers have to say about Ferrite:
Radio journalism, podcasts, lecture recordings, audio presentations and more: all made easier with Ferrite Recording Studio tools such as bookmarking, automatic ducking, and silence removal. Enhance your audio with extras like dynamic compression or filtering. And if you really want to get in and sweat the details, Ferrite has a powerful automation system, which can continuously adjust the sound of individual tracks or the final mix.
When you’re done, you can add cover art, show notes or lyrics, and share your projects as standard AAC files — the same high-quality audio format used by the iTunes Store. Send your finished work via popular messaging or file storage services such as email, iCloud or Dropbox — Ferrite supports iOS Sharing Extensions, to make the widest range of services available.
Ferrite Recording Studio is available as a free download, but some features are only available via in-app purchase.