Mackie Master Fader is now available!

Mackie is the latest manufacturer to live up to their NAMM promises, with the release of the DL1608 16-Channel Digital Live Mixer! This iPad-integrated mixer was announced with a bizarre, and bearded, video.

Massive what-the-fucks aside, the functionality seems pretty impressive on all fronts. The mixer just launched at $1000, which is high but not insane for live mixers. The app is free, but will not be useful unless you have the hardware mixer. There is a more practical overview video of the features, but I think someone told them to tone it down a bit too much.

Buy Mackie Master Fader on iTunes: Free

Auria Video Review

Wavemachine Labs haven't sent over a review copy of Auria yet. I was assured I had one coming, back in January when it was first announced, so I had hoped to have a review for you by now. Russ over at Pro Tools Expert has already put out a nice review.

I noticed there seemed to be some graphic stuttering when scaling and navigating. I've asked them about which iPad model was used here, to see if that is just a problem with iPad 1/2s. Edit: Chris pointed out in the comments that he starts off saying it is an iPad 2!

I wish British reviewers were more critical, but (with the exception of Nick Batt) they all see to be dangerously polite.

Buy Auria on iTunes: $49.99

Lemur Templates and Tutorial

Liine's offices were invaded by a Chav! He stopped nicking their bollocks long enough to wank out a tutorial for Lemur templates.

Blimey! I think he almost enunciated once, but caught himself just before the kids thought he wasn't cool. Liine should look up the guy who did the original tutorials for the JazzMutant Lemur. Mostly just to have him slap that other guy, but he also did some really helpful tutorials.

Buy Lemur on iTunes: $49.99

Auria Interfaces & Aftermath

Following the release of Auria yesterday, several people were wondering what sort of Audio Interface would be compatible with iPads and the new Digital Audio Recorder. Redditor kopkaas2000 was the first to point out a great compatibility chart for Auria. This is really illuminating. I had heard a lot of people recommend the Tascam US-800 for lots of cheap I/O on the iPad, but apparently it is keeping all the preamps on at full volume when monitoring! Messy, and continuing the trend of Tascam straight into the ground.

Hot on the release buzz, there have been a couple of great videos and an interview on Synthtopia.

Here is a great behind the scenes look at recording the track used in the demo video from yesterday.

If barn-based recording isn't quite your thing, they have a much deeper (but slower) video from David Kahne.

Buy Auria on iTunes: $49.99

Auria arrives!

The long anticipated 48-track digital audio recorder, Auria, is here! The feature list on this baby is huge, but here are the highlights:

• 48 tracks of simultaneous playback of stereo or mono files. (24 tracks on iPad 1)
• Up to 24 tracks of simultaneous recording when used with compatible USB audio
• 64 bit double-precision floating point mixing engine
• Third party VST effect plugin support available via in-app purchase (only iOS-version plugins are supported. All plugins must be purchased through the in-app store)
• AAF import and export allows transferring complete sessions between popular DAWs like Logic, Pro Tools, Nuendo, Samplitude and more
• Powerful waveform editor with features like cut/copy/paste, crossfade, duplicate, separate, gain, normalize, dc offset, reverse, and more
• DropBox, SoundCloud and Audio Copy/Paste support

A seriously professional DAW has arrived on iPad, and priced about as much as you'd expect...

Buy Auria on iTunes: $49.99

Here is the teaser video released back in January!

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