[NAMM] Auria will go Pro this Spring
Wavemachine Labs will be attending NAMM 2015 in Anaheim next week to introduce the upcoming Pro version of its Auria DAW for iPad.
Auria Pro should be available this Spring with upgraded functionality, and price evidently, many of which have been requested by users of the first version. With this new edition, Auria could then become the most powerful DAW for iPad on the marker.
Indeed, along with the already existing features, the Pro edition will include the following:
- New MIDI features: sequencing, tempo and time signature tracks, piano roll editor, real time quantize, velocity, length, random, delay, legato and transpose settings, groove template quantize with the DNA grooves (and more via in-app purchase), multiple processing functions (transpose, length, gain, velocity, note suppress, controller suppress, polyphony restrict, humanization, reverse, crescendo, compressor/limiter…)
- Built-in FabFilter Twin 2 synth
- Wavemachine Lab proprietary multiformat sampler included
- New audio routing system with flexible bus management
- Real time audio Warp via Elastique Pro 3
- Audio quantize
- Audio to MIDI conversion
- Unlimited number of tracks
- 6 aux sends
- Project templates
- Improved performance and GUI
Wavemachine Labs has already announced the price of Auria Pro, it will be $49.99 and an upgrade from Auria will be offered.
Here are the first pictures of this new edition, the team will be showcasing it at booth #6903 at NAMM 2015:
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