NAMM Preview: Auria Pro iPad DAW To Offer Full MIDI Capabilities


WaveMachine Labs has announced that it will be introducing Auria Pro for iPad – a new version of its 48-track DAW, with full MIDI capabilities – at the 2015 NAMM Show:

With over two years in the making, we’re really excited to finally give you a preview of the upcoming Auria Pro.

Full MIDI capabilities, real-time audio warping, powerful audio bussing, two built-in synths and much more, Auria Pro raises the bar in mobile recording once again.

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Novation Launchpad S Review – It’s Brighter, Faster & Smarter Than Its Predecessor


Novation recently released the LaunchPad S – a ‘Brighter, Faster, Universal’ version of its popular MIDI controller for Ableton Live.

Here are the main improvements in the LaunchPad S over its predecessor:

  • The Launchpad S has brighter LEDs;
  • The new version has a significantly faster LED refresh rate; and
  • The Launchpad S is now class-compliant, which means it will now work with other software and with the iPad.

Is the new LaunchPad a worthy successor to the original? And does it make sense to upgrade? Let’s take a look……. Continue reading

MIDI Control Comes To Auria iPad DAW

auriaAuria, the 48-track digital audio recording system for iPad, has been updated to add MIDI support.

The update adds support for MIDI Sync, MIDI support for plugins, MIDI remote control, but not full-fledged MIDI sequencing.

Here’s what’s new in Auria 1.10:

  • MIDI Sync with MTC, MMC and Midi clock options
  • MIDI support for plugins
  • MIDI remote control for controlling Auria with Mackie MCU and HUI surfaces
  • Full MIDI MTC chase capability
  • Mixdown e-mail option
  • Clip-based gain handle
  • New Icon bar in Editor
  • Snap to locators, markers and highlight
  • AudioShare integration
  • Auto input monitor option

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Wavemachine Labs Auria For iPad Review

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WaveMachine Labs new 48-channel recording app has been blowing up the comments since we announced that it was available earlier today.

Here’s an early review, via Russ at airusersblog. He demonstrates the interface and demonstrate how it works with a project.

While a lot of readers have been skeptical about Auria’s $50 price tag, Russ calls Auria ‘fantastic’ and ‘an outstanding value for the money’.

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