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Meteor Multitrack Recorder Video Preview from 4Pockets

Want a full on recording studio on your iPad with a range of per track effects and recording features? This might be it!

After we saw a tweet and blog post from uber-mobile-music blog Palm Sounds about Meteor Multitrack Recorder, we found this video below from the Developer 4Pockets and it has got us excited at the possibilities. The 'Effects Freeze' feature looks especially impressive.

This app includes video import too (like the desktop version of GarageBand) for editing movie and video audio or adding synchronised narration and sound effects!

Hopefully we can grab a copy to play with and let you know more after we have given it a thorough workout, but for now check out their video below, then let us know what you think in the comments.


Thank you again to Palm Sounds for giving us the heads-up on this one.

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Reader Comments (5)

Hi, i'm looking for some advice.

At various theater recordings I usually use my laptop and reaper to record the sound coming from the sound mixing desk into the line-in on my laptop and over lay that on my video from perfect sound.

I have an ipad and various recording apps but as yet I have been unable to use the line-in to record directly into the ipad

could someone offer me a solution

May 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterBrian

Use something like a Belkin USB audio adapter and the camera connection kit (which gives you a USB in put. You might need a powered USB hub but probably not, and whatever audio cables or adapters.
Should work fine.

May 8, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterPeter Doubt

Sorry, meant Behringer, not Belkin. Brain cramp.

May 8, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterPeter Doubt

Great post. It amazes us daily, that recording music is so accessibly today compared to just 10 years ago.

May 9, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterKiller Hype

Might be useful to mention the irig,or amp kit link. I have the irig and it is great for getting sound into the iPad. You just have to pick what works for you and try all your options. There will always be a better,faster,or someone that thinks one product is superior to another the key is to just make your own choice and make it work.

May 10, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterfreesoul

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