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When Auria debuted, it astonished reviewers. "Brilliant, amazing and jaw dropping," said Music App Blog. "...anywhere but on an iPad it would sell for at least five times as much. It's really that good." said Recording Magazine. "We're stunned by what we see - and hear." said MacLife. "Simply put, there are no other apps available on the iPad that compete..." said Apps for Music Production. "Auria lives up to the hype. It is the real deal." said MusicRadar. Nominated for a TEC Award, Auria also won Editor's Choice from Electronic Musician. Now Auria Pro raises the bar even higher, with comprehensive MIDI capabilities, real-time audio warping, powerful internal bus routing, audio quantizing, audio transient-to-MIDI conversion, groove templates, transient slicing, unlimited tracks, killer synths such as FabFilter's One and Twin2, plus WaveMachine Labs' own multi-format sampler, Lyra, and more.


Ipad Pro

iPad Pro + Auria Pro DAW App + Focusrite iTrack Dock (if compatible) = A strong iOS DAW package! kfhkh

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If Apple is now moving away from into to use its own chips, is Mac no longer viable?

...their laptops and desktops. Professional music production on iOS is already happening. iOS music apps like Garage Band (Logic), Cubasis, Auria, and Beatmaker 3 will migrate and mature to these new devices. Music production will be just as capable as it is now, but it will be much more mobile, and much more touch...

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2018 iPad Pros..Anyone buy one yet? Experiences with music software?

No, given that all reviews regarding Auria Pro mention crashes, it's too expensive for my taste. The mixer looks way better than Cubasis' mixer. The basic information OTOH is more or less the same as for Cubasis. However, hopefully Steinberg replies to Limited amount of audio tracks - I can't migrate the project that suffers...

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