Mobile DAW, Audio Evolution Mobile Studio, Now Available For iPhone

eXtream Software Development has released version 2.0 of its iOS app, Audio Evolution Mobile Studio, which now supports the iPhone.

Audio Evolution Mobile Studio is a full featured digital audio workstation, with both audio and MIDI sequencing.


  • Multitrack audio recording / playback
  • MIDI sequencing with piano roll editor
  • Drum pattern editor
  • Inter-app audio effects and instruments
  • AudioBus support (including AudioBus remote)
  • Audio Unit v3 instruments and effects displayed directly in the app
  • Non-linear editing with move, trim, split, cut/copy/paste, remove, cross-fade, time-stretching etc. with full undo/redo
  • Virtual instruments (comes with free instruments and more instrument packs to download)
  • Clip volume and fade points
  • Loop playback
  • Automation of mixer and effect parameters
  • Mix-down to WAV, AIFF and ALAC
  • Metronome
  • Punch in/out
  • Zoom down to the sample
  • Each track has controls for volume, panning, mute, solo, arm, 3-band EQ with mid-sweep, 3 insert effects, 2 effect sends and output bus selection
  • Unlimited number of tracks and groups
  • Real-time effects including: chorus, compressor, delay, dual delay, reverse delay, reverb, flanger, noise gate and many more!
  • Offline effects: fade in/out, normalize, reverse, pitch shift, time stretching
  • Several grid options for aligning your samples (with tempo and time signature settings)
  • Export to other DAW’s by rendering all tracks to separate audio files (stems)
  • Media server to access your files easily from a desktop computer
  • AudioShare support
  • Cloud sync using Google Drive and Dropbox
  • The app is also available for Android phones and tablets.

Pricing and availability

The app is available from the iOS app store for $6.99

One thought on “Mobile DAW, Audio Evolution Mobile Studio, Now Available For iPhone

  1. It’s kind of hard NOT to buy a mobile DAW app for $7.

    I think Auria Pro and MultiTrack Studio are both very powerful and are “the ones to beat” as far as flexibility, feature sets, and work flow.

    The fact that this developer has cracked the code for making workable audio apps on Android, means they have some serious muscle.

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