MC Studio Brings 8-Channel Audio Analysis To iOS

mc-studioDeveloper Sascha Bienert has introduced MC Studio – a powerful digital multichannel real-time audio monitoring and analyzing toolbox for your iPad or iPhone

MC Studio includes an analyzer, oscilloscope, goniometer and a full scale level meter

It displays signals from the internal microphones as well as the 3.5 mm audio jack. In combination with an external multichannel USB-audio-interface it is capable of displaying even up to 8 channels simultaneously.

MC Studio also fully supports Audiobus and Inter-App Audio. 


  • analyzer, oscilloscope, goniometer and level meter separately or simultaneously useable
    • real-time data of up to 8 channels (per source)
    • save and load records in separate workspace
    • compatible with external USB-audio-interfaces (e.g. Alesis, RME Fireface) and stereo microphones (e.g. TASCAM, Røde)
    • add additional sources via Audiobus or Inter-App Audio
    • select channels of sources
    • select built-in microphones and polar patterns
    • manual and automated calibration routine
    • source display modes: separate channels, combined, sum
    • languages: English, Deutsch, ???????
  • Analyzer features:
    • band filter mode: octaves, thirds, semitones
    • FFT mode: 10 – 22000 Hz frequency range
    • block sizes: 46ms – 1.5s
    • windowing of input signals
    • real-time peak display
    • pinch zoom and cursor magnifier
  • Oscilloscope features:
    • real-time peak display and peak-to-peak measurement
    • automatic trigger mode
    • pinch zoom and cursor magnifier
  • Goniometer features:
    • select channels for X- and Y-axis
    • automatic trigger mode
    • pinch zoom and cursor magnifier
  • Level meter features:
    • response time modes: impulse, fast, slow
    • peak indication

MC Studio is available for US $14.99 in the App Store.

6 thoughts on “MC Studio Brings 8-Channel Audio Analysis To iOS

  1. Back to the article, pretty cool app
    Be very useful when setting up a session to record and you want to make you lines in are all good
    Be nice to know how well it works with all those multi audio interfaces like the list auria has

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