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Audiofile Engineering FiRe

Audiofile Engineering has announced a field recorder built exclusively for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch.


Designed for audio professionals by audio professionals, FiRe is described as “a mobile platform for serious field recording with an accurate real-time waveform display, audio markers, support for professional Broadcast WAVE metadata, and the instant downloading of audio files in multiple formats.”

According to its creator, FiRe supports stereo recording with external microphones such as the Blue Mikey and Alesis ProTrack. If the internal mic is used for mono recordings, the screen rotates 180 degrees allowing users to best position the device for optimum directional pick-up. Users can scroll the live waveform display with the touch of a finger or navigate it with a system of configurable double-taps.

FiRe includes professional and accurate VU meters for input and output signals, a moveable playback head, configurable time units, the ability to tag recordings with locations data, and an overdub mode for layering tracks, Audiofile says.

Pricing & Availability
FiRe is now available on the Apple App Store for $5.99.

More info at www.audiofile-engineering.com.
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