Music Studio 2 Now Available

Xewton has released Music Studio 2.0 – a free update to their virtual music studio for the iPad, iPhone & iPod Touch.

Here’s what’s new in Music Studio 2.0:

  • Audio tracks
  • Microphone recording
  • AudioCopy & AudioPaste
  • iPod library or wav/mp3/AAC/ogg file import
  • Waveform and audio-region editing
  • 35 new instruments: 24 synths, 9 orchestral and 2 drum kits
  • Drum pads, chord pads and chord programming
  • Pitch wheel, filter wheel
  • File sharing via email and SoundCloud
  • New look & feel
  • Hardware support:
  • iRig, iRig Mic, Ampkit Link, Apogee Jam, Alesis IO Dock, iConnectMIDI and Line 6 MIDI Mobilizer II
  • Keyboard split point setting
  • CoreMIDI compatibility improved
  • Many new small features
  • Volume gradient
  • Attack offset time configurable for every instrument
  • Keyboard sustain button
  • Performance improvements in all areas

Music Studio is designed to be a complete music production environment for iOS. It’s available now for $14.99 in the App Store. It’s a free update for existing users. A free ‘Lite’ version is also available.

If you’ve used Music Studio 2.0, leave a comment and let us know what you think of it!

6 thoughts on “Music Studio 2 Now Available

  1. Wow, what a fantastic update! The Xewton app was one of the reasons I jumped on the iOS when the 3GS came out, and have never considered leaving. The wealth of great programs for music creation just keeps growing and becoming more and more powerful.

    I’ve tested Xewton with the iRig for the new audio recording and it freakin’ works great. With the addition of the audio tracks and the import/export capabilities, the possibilities seem endless. Pretty nice little chop lab too.

    At some other update I hope they include effects for individual tracks(I like the way Beatmaker 2 does it), but hey, this is major progress. Great job!

  2. I love it I was waiting a long time for it and my waiting was well worth the package music studio gave me. I sing and write I love making beats and adding my vocals to my tracks and don’t hate comment 1 fl studio was made by the music studio crew comment 4 is completely right

  3. I add midi files I have created in Sonar/cakewalk and use the irig midi device to connect to. Yamaha mu15 sound module for playback. Something is wrong with some songs that I can’t figure out. Some songs play the drum track and the track adds piano to the track. Have you ever heard a piano play a drum midi track? It is really frustrating me. Am I doing something wrong? Also, I hear the midi coming through the sound generator, but at the same time some sound comes out of the iPhone speakers. Anyone else have this problem and figured it out?

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