n-Track Studio Suite
Turns your PC into an easy-to-use multitrack audio recording studio. It is the perfect tool for professional-quality audio recording, encoding, mixing, and editing. Record, edit, overdub your audio tracks, apply effects, process audio live input, mix and then burn audio CDs, or create mp3 files.
- Summary of changes from v9.1.6 to v9.1.7:
- Added LUFS to level metering modes [New Feature]
- Added True Peak metering option [New Feature]
- New standalone Meter plugin [New Feature]
- Records and plays back a virtually unlimited number of audio and MIDI tracks
- DirectX, VST, and ReWire effects can be added to each channel/track
- Built-in effects include Reverb, Compression, Parametric and Graphic EQ, Echo, Auto-volume, Pitch Shift, Chorus, Multiband Compression, Spectrum analyzer
- Supports 16 and 24-bit single and multichannel soundcards at sampling frequencies up to 192 Khz using Asio, WaveRT, WDM, MME, and DirectSound
- Is compatible with multichannel Asio, WaveRT, WDM, and MME audio drivers, which means that n-Track can work with almost any soundcard available today with the lowest possible latency
- Supports VST Instruments and DirectX Instruments synth plug-ins. Sample-accurate MIDI tracks can be sent to VSTi/DXi software MIDI synths, without the need for expensive hardware MIDI synths.
- Adjust the effect settings and listen to the result in real-time.
- Built-in effects include Reverb, Compression, Parametric and Graphic EQ, Echo, Auto-volume, Pitch Shift, Chorus, Multiband Compression, and Spectrum analyzer.
- Supports third-party DirectX, VST 2.0, and ReWire plug-ins.
- Realtime Audio effects can be added to each channel.
- Supports 16 and 24-bit single and multichannel soundcards at sampling frequencies up to 192 Khz using Asio, WaveRT, WDM, MME, and DirectSound.
- Input processing allows processing with plug-in live signals. Record the ‘dry’ (unprocessed) signal while processing and reprocessing the recording later – i.e. Play the guitar through a distortion plug-in then change the distortion after the recording!