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N-Track Studio

n-Track Studio
Developer(s) n-Track Software
Stable release 7.0.3 Build 3110
Operating system Microsoft Windows, OS X, iOS and Android
Type Host/Digital audio workstation
Licence Proprietary
Website ntrack.com

n-Track Studio by n-Track Software is a multitrack audio editing, digital audio workstation (DAW) program for Microsoft Windows and OS X.

n-Track Studio's capabilities include unlimited audio and MIDI tracks, up to 192kHz 24-bit high-definition (HD DVD, Blu-ray, etc.) audio recording, extensive plug-in support, and DVD-Video surround mixing up to 7.1 channel. It has native support for 64-bit CPU architecture computer systems.

History

The first version of n-Track was released sometime between 1995 and 1996. It was originally a simple dialog box with 4 volume sliders for each of the 4 supported tracks. At the time when version 1.0 was released multitrack recording was still largely done on tape decks or professional digital workstations. Major music software of the time (such as Sound Forge) were mainly concerned with off-line editing for sound design or broadcasting. Although since the mid 90s many other PC multitrack recording programs have emerged n-Track is still quite popular, as it provides a cutting-edge DAW feature set for less than US $100.
In June 2010 n-Track Software released the first version of n-Track for OS X.
In 2011 n-Track Software released n-Track Studio for iOS.
In October 2013 n-Track Software released n-Track Studio for Android.

The program website also hosts an active forum.

See also

External links

  • n-Track Wiki
  • n-Track website
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