n-Track Studio 9 Brings Updated GUI, New Effects

n-Track Software let us know that the latest version of their namesake DAW, n-Track Studio 9, is now available.

The new version of the app features a new look, new audio plugins and improved workflow tools.

The user interface sports a new graphic design and many improvements to editing capabilities on the timeline. It also adds an on-screen drum kit and improvements to Piano Roll MIDI editing.

The update also adds several new audio effects:

  • n-Track VocalTune – Using VocalTune you can do anything from simple pitch correction to completely transforming vocal tracks.
  • n-Track Guitar Amp – features new algorithms that simulate the sound of classic amp heads, and real impulse responses taken from vintage and modern cabinets models. You can also choose different microphone types, and play around with the mics positions on the cabinet.
  • n-Track Bass Amp plugin uses the same technology of Guitar Amp, but for bass amp head simulation. The plugin lets you choose between various cabinet models, for sounds ranging from deep, driven basses to more present and high-end rich ones.


n-Track Studio 9 is available now, in 3 editions:

  • n-Track Studio Standard / $69
  • n-Track Studio Extended / $139
  • n-Track Studio Suite / $179

2 thoughts on “n-Track Studio 9 Brings Updated GUI, New Effects

    1. Yap, n-Track is very different from Garageband. Besides the fact that n-Track works on both Windows and Mac (and the mobile version on iOS and Android) while Garageband is only Mac & iOS, n-Track is geared to users that want to get professional results (while not necessarily being sound engineers) while Garageband is more entry level. While it is quite good at what it does, some common DAW features are reserved for Apple’s professional recording app (Logic), while n-Track is a fully featured app.

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