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    What's some good recording software for iOS? I wanted to use my iPod Touch for some field recordings and stuff like that.

    Don't need anything too fancy, though I'm open to all kinds of additional features.

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        I dunno, garageband has a limit on how long a recording can be, correct?

        I personally love harmonicdog's multitrack. Never had a problem with it, and pwnified does a great job working with users.

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      The two biggies at the moment (besides Garageband) are Auria (by WaveMachine Labs - the Drumagog folks) and Cubasis from Steinberg. Both are full blown 48 track DAW programs. IIRC, there's a light version of Auria (Auria LE) that is limited to only 24 tracks, but is half the price of the full version.


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