WaveMachine Labs updates Auria recording app to v2.04


WaveMachine Labs has released version 2.04 of Auria, an audio recording system for iPad.


The mobile DAW you’ve been dreaming of has arrived. Auria is a mobile music production system designed from the ground up for the iPad. With professional-level features like AAF import/export, and optional third-party plug-in support from names like PSPaudioware, Overloud, Fab Filter and Drumagog, Auria clearly sets a new standard for mobile recording.

Changes in Auria v2.04

  • Issue with Auria quitting after 50 seconds when playing Lyra.
  • Pasting onto the first track.
  • Bounce in place freezing if record enable is on.
  • Improved touch response in Piano Roll editor.
  • Meters not functioning in certain circumstances.
  • Import Audio not able to access bottom two rows.
  • MCU/HUI options not being accessible in MIDI settings when more than 6 MIDI outputs are present.
  • Fixed crossfade button in editor.
  • Reverted to original method for note overlap handling in Piano Roll; notes that overlap are now shortened instead of being deleted.
  • Wrong template versions in non-Pro Auria version.
  • Various graphics issues on iPad Pro.
  • Master Meter window disappearing when in editor screen.
  • Triplet and Dotted snapping.

Auria for iPad is available for purchase for $24.99 USD. Auria Pro is $49.99 USD and the Auria LE is $19.99 USD.

More information: Auria

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