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Your recording studio - always with you

You're on the go. You've got an idea. You want to get it down. But how? The answer is in AmpliTube's built-in recording features. AmpliTube comes with a single-track recorder that can be expanded in two big ways via in-app purchase.

The first is 8-track simultaneous audio recording with master effects.

The second is Studio, a DAW-style waveform-editing suite.

When you have both enabled, AmpliTube transforms your mobile device into a fully mobile professional recording studio that has everything you need to make complete music productions while on the go.

 

Make a record

The AmpliTube recorder provides you with up to 8 channels of simultaneous audio recording which means you can plug in your iRig Pro Duo or other class compliant multi-channel USB audio interface and record a duo or your whole band without leaving AmpliTube.

Touching the “Mixer” button in the bottom control bar accesses the Recorder/Mixer section. There’s a pre-roll feature that lets you set two measures of count-in before you start recording so you can lock onto the tempo and nail your part right from the downbeat. The recorder offers 8 available tracks for recording and a bounce feature for freeing up tracks as you need them.

 

Freeze

Another one of AmpliTube's useful features is "effects freeze." It simplifies the application of effects on individual tracks. AmpliTube remembers the signal chain setup per track so you can go back at any time and try a different set of effects on your tracks, just like you would when using a DAW with plug-ins on your Mac or PC. Pretty slick, right?

 

Track control

The Mixer section gives you everything you need for professional audio production. Each track has:

  • A level meter with a clipping light that monitors the input signal of the track
  • An “R” button for selecting the track to record (arm/select on iPhone)
  • Mute and Solo buttons
  • An FX button that enables the AmpliTube signal chain on that track
  • Volume and Pan controls
  • Send 1 and Send 2 controls for sending the track signal to the master effects section

 

Master effects

Want to add some polish to your mix? The Master Effects section has been designed to give you everything you need to add that extra punch to your finished works. This section is accessed by touching the "Mast FX" button. There you'll find the Send 1 and Send 2 effects processors.

Each of these allows you to choose from 3 levels of Reverb, 2 levels of Chorus and 3 levels of Delay. Use the “Adjust” button to fine tune the time and depth of the chosen effect’s main parameter. You can also control just how much of the effect shows up in the mix by using the Input, Mix and Output knobs.

Finally, what would a master effects section be without an equalizer? AmpliTube gives you a 3-band parametric EQ that's been specially made to help you bring out the sweetness of your overall mix. Take that, run it through the included compressor for tightness and gain control, and you'll have a finished product that's ready to be heard by your fans.

 

Meet me at the studio

AmpliTube also has a powerful editing tool: AmpliTube Studio. Its DAW-style interface will be very familair to recording veterans and very intuitive for recording novices. Studio brings precise waveform editing and audio region manipulation to the mobile world. It's an easy, visual way of arranging while on the go that's remeniscent of some of the most powerful desktop music creation tools.

Touching the “STUDIO” button in the bottom control bar accesses AmpliTube Studio. It provides access to a range of features that have been designed to help you achieve sonic perfection. Using it is easy, it's split in two display regions on the screen: The Track Control section is on the left and the waveform timeline grid is on the right. With both in front of you, you also have access to the full signal chain plus effects, recording tools, mixing functions and more.

Track on

The Track Control section houses the controls you need to adjust and tweak the sound on individual tracks. Touch any waveform display on the right — or empty space or track number — to access the individual controls for that track on the left. Knowing where you are at any given time is simple: The number in the upper left hand corner indicates the currently selected track.

You can adjust how much of the track’s signal goes to the master effects section by using the “SEND 1” and “SEND 2” knobs. The master effects section can be accessed by touching the "MASTER" button (this is great for fine tuning). In addition, we've also included a Track EQ section below the Master button that let lets you fine-tune the EQ on each individual track, just like on a professional mixing console.

In addition to these crucial features, you also get a level meter, a peak light, a quick FX Edit button, pan control and a console-style fader for fine volume adjustment on each track.

 

Catch a waveform

At the core of the studio module is the waveform display section. This is where most of your audio editing will be done. From this section, you can select audio material by touching on the waveform display. This then lets you perform multiple types of edits with ease: cut, copy, copy track, paste, delete region, delete track, normalize volume or split at playhead.

Tap the waveform you want to edit to gain access to the full range of editing commands. These functions provide all the basic tools you need for working with audio regions. You can even move audio forwards and backwards in the timeline by dragging the waveform around on the screen.

 

Fade & crop

AmpliTube also has a few other great tools destined to make your audio life easier: Fade In, Fade Out and Crop. Creating a fade is as simple as selecting the region you want to fade, and then dragging the triangle in the top left corner right to create a fade-in. The farther from the beginning of the region you drag the triangle, the longer the fade-in becomes. Pretty easy. Creating a fade-out is done the same way, only go to the upper right corner of the audio region and drag the triangle to the left.

Cropping an audio region is done in a similar fashion. Grab the triangle at the bottom of the region (either left or right, depending on where you want it cropped), and then move it either direction to crop.

 

Getting around

Navigation in Studio is done with both multi-touch and simple gestures. You can zoom in and out of a region by pinching in or out with two fingers on the screen. Alternatively, to get more screen real estate, you can hide the Track Control section by swiping left on the black handle just to the left of the track 4 indicator number.

 

AmpliTube Studio
and Loop Drummer

At the top of the screen is the navigation bar, and it serves three handy functions: First, it is divided into bars, beats and divisions so you have a reference point in the composition. As you zoom in (by pinching out with two fingers), you’ll notice more gridlines showing up. These are handy for precisely aligning audio material with rhythms and beats.

Second, you can define loop start and end points by dragging a finger from left to right. You’ll notice a green area shows up when you do this. Drag the left triangle to the beginning of your desired loop and the right triangle to the end. Once defined, double tap on the green area to activate it. Then hit play on the transport to begin playback of the loop. The third feature is creating a “punch in” recording area. Drag your finger from right to left in the navigation bar and you'll create a red “Punch in” section. Adjust the start and end points with the triangle handles, and then activate it with a double-tap. You can de-activate loop and punch in regions by double-tapping again.

Just south of the Navigation bar is the “Loop Drummer” track. If you’ve programmed a killer beat using the built-in Loop Drummer feature, it will show up in this track. You can edit your drum sequence in this track by touching and dragging the drum parts around. You can also add more drum parts to the sequence by touching the “DRUMS” button in the bottom nav bar. Then touch and drag out the chosen drum sectio to the desired position in the track. A “double-tap” on a drum part will duplicate it to the right of the original. This makes it super easy to create awesome, professional-sounding rhythm tracks in a snap.

Other individual track features include the ability to solo, mute, record enable and activate the AmpliTube signal chain on a track. You can record audio material directly to a track in the Studio view by using the “PLAY”, “RECORD”, “REWIND” and metronome transport controls at the bottom of the screen. There’s also a “GRID” button that turns “grid-snapping” on and off, plus “UNDO” and “REDO” commands for the human in us all.

 

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