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.
- New nEfx AutoFilter effect [New Feature]
- New ‘Band shelf’ EQ band shape [New feature]
- Fixed sporadic playback cursor drift when the song is in loop model [Bug fix]
- Fixed a number of minor bugs when using count-in/punch-in [Bug fix]
- Improved editing MIDI events in the bottom panel of the Piano roll [Improvement]
- 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, 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 reprocess the recording later – i.e. Play the guitar through a distortion plug-in then change the distortion after the recording!