n-Track Studio allows to use your computer as a complete recording studio. You can record and playback a virtually unlimited number of audio and MIDI tracks, depending on your computer's speed. Realtime Audio effects can be added to each track, to the master, group or aux channels non-destructively: you can adjust the effect settings and listen to the result in real time. Besides its native effects (Reverb, Compression, EQ, Echo, Auto volume, Pitch Shift and Chorus) the program also supports third party DirectX and VST 2.0 plug-ins. The program works with any standard or multichannel 16 and 24 bit soundcards at sampling frequencies up to 192 Khz.
- Summary of changes from v7.0.2 to v7.0.3:
- Support for multiple pan-laws. Default pan law is now "equal-power" [New Feature]
- Option to pan stereo tracks independently (i.e. route right channel to left channel etc.) [New Feature]
- On-screen MIDI keyboard [New Feature]
- Metronome now uses built-in synth instead of using n-Track Drums, avoids adding unwanted instrument channels in the mixer [New Feature]
- Button to delete a track in the bottom left corner of the left track bar [New Feature]
- Audio input configuration (which audio input goes to which track) is now restored when reloading a song [New Feature]
- New command "Create and arm a new track for each input" in rec-arm popup menu [New Feature]
- Fixed exported MIDI files sometimes not readable by other sequencers [Bug Fix]
- Fixed changing BPM setting during playback would result in playback position to jump far from the current position [Bug Fix]
- Fixed inconsistencies in Piano Roll when editing a MIDI part that has been trimmed [New Feature]
- Punch-in recording panel (Mac) [Ported Feature]
- Level activated recording (Mac) [Ported Feature]
Reviewing 220.127.116.1164 (Mar 28, 2010)
As usual its been updated since the topic was posted!
Its always updated and brings fixes and quite regularly new features
The BEST multitrack editor around, always has been, always will be
Try and get something done in Sonar etc and then use this, and then ask yourself why you forked out all that money to use a kludgy thing like Sonar....
5 stars all the way
Reviewing 5.0.9 Build 2286 (Jul 16, 2007)
hmmm...cheap. but i prefer Soundforge
Reviewing 4.1 Build 1923 Beta (Jul 27, 2005)
N Track is always the program that starts and finishes all my sound projects. I may have to use Sound Forge and/or Audacity for a file conversion but I go right back to N Track to work with it. I have several other recording programs and they become very complicated compared to N Track.
Reviewing 4.0.4 Build 1803 (Mar 25, 2005)
i use this program constantly. This update is flawed as it always asks if you wish for it to remove the prior version and not change any settings. This update will not let you install it til you remove the last version.
I'm looking for a audio software package that will allow me to record from more than two tracks. If I have four USB microphones connected to a computer at the same time, what software will allow me to record four separate discreet tracks?