Auria Pro Adds MIDI & More (Sneak Preview)


At the 2015 NAMM Show, WaveMachine Labs previewed Auria Pro for iPad – a new version of its 48-track DAW, with full MIDI capabilities.

Here’s a sneak preview from the Show:

Here are the details:

Here’s what’s new in Auria Pro:

  • Comprehensive MIDI capabilities including:
  • MIDI sequencing
  • Tempo and Time-signature tracks
  • Piano roll editor
  • Real-time MIDI parameters including quantize, velocity shift, velocity compression,
    length compression, random, delay, legato and transpose
  • Groove template quantizing with built-in DNA grooves (additional grooves available for purchase)
  • MIDI processing functions including Transpose, Fixed Length, Velocity Gain, Fixed
    Velocity, Delete Notes, Delete Controller, Restrict Polyphony, Optimize Controller Data, Humanize, Delete Overlaps, Crescendo, Reverse, Pedal to Length, Velocity Rescale, Velocity Range, Velocity Curve and Compress/Limit
  • FabFilter Twin 2 Analog synth built in
  • WaveMachine Labs multi-format sampler built in
  • Powerful new audio routing with flexible busses
  • Real-time audio warping using Elastique Pro v3
  • Audio quantize feature
  • Transient slicing
  • Audio to MIDI conversion
  • Unlimited tracks
  • 6 AUX sends
  • Project templates
  • Updated graphics and overall performance improvements

Auria Pro will be available Spring 2015 and will be priced at $49.99. Existing Auria users will also be able to upgrade to Auria Pro for a reduced price. Pricing for the standard Auria version will be $24.99. If you’re an existing Auria user, all your purchased plugins will continue to work in Auria Pro.

7 thoughts on “Auria Pro Adds MIDI & More (Sneak Preview)

  1. The best all-round DAW for iOS is going to get even better with the inclusion of MIDI and more bussing options. Really looking forward to the new release.

    Being able to use desktop quality FabFilter plugins in Auria on the iPad is a great boon for iPad music making *already* and the upcoming Auria Pro release is much anticipated in the iOS music community.

    Well done Rim and the rest of the team! 🙂

  2. Agreed – Really looking forward to it 🙂

    Love the Auria plugins dearly, always wanted them all, and with the pricing I could afford them, didn’t want to drop 5 large on em though… and Twin is a crackin synth too!

    I wonder if the EQ Version 2 will be included?

  3. I’d be surprised if they included the Fabfiler Pro Q 2 in the upgrade package given its price as a desktop app, especially considering they’re already including FF’s Twin.

    But please Fabfilter make Pro Q 2 available on ios as a plugin!!!! If you do I Thank you from the depths of my soul. 🙂

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