WaveMachine Labs has released version 1.142 of its Auria recording app for iPad, fixing numerous bugs and adding ripple editing.

WaveMachine Labs Auria

With the ability to play 48 mono or stereo 24bit/96 kHz tracks simultaneously, record up to 24 of those tracks simultaneously (through a supported USB multichannel audio interface), and edit and mix with familiar tools and full parameter automation, it’s clear Auria sets a new standard for iPad multitrack recording.

Changes in Auria v1.142

  • Added:
    • New Ripple Edit Mode, which changes the way Cut, Copy, Paste, AudioPaste, Delete and Record function. In this mode, audio slides to the right or left after performing the operation.
  • Fixed:
    • Fixed issue with auto punch not playing back until a few seconds after the end locator.
    • Fixed issue with auto punch audio only outputting on left side for stereo tracks when using built-in mic.
    • Fixed IAAs issue where IAA effects were recorded, even though Record Effects isn’t enabled.
    • Fixed issue with preview file growing very large when exporting to dropbox.
    • Fixed IAA issue on master track.
    • Fixed issue with duplicating a project from inside a folder.
    • Added new versions of SugarBytes Turnado and WOW2 which fix various bugs.
    • Various crash fixes.

Auria is available for purchase from the iTunes App Store for $24.99 USD.

More information: WaveMachine Labs / Auria