@ Justin Parks: Took me a while to figure out how to export as well. Apparently this app still requires the old (deprecated) menu button found on legacy Android devices. Luckily you can still access the menu by long-pressing the app switcher button on most phones. This will bring up the menu that contains the mixdown option. Note to the developer: it's time to replace the old menu with an on-screen menu button! Other than that, the app works great on my LG G4. No lag or latency issues. Very basic and does exactly what it says.
Yep - definite lag issues As others have reported, recording a second track in time with the first is hit-and-miss at best - mostly miss, it has to be said. I've tried it both on Motorola Moto G2 and Hudl 2. Neither of course are top of the range hardware however they should be able to cope with laying down a basic guitar strum and recording some riffs over it. Pity - otherwise the interface is nice and clean and it's VERY easy to use as a simple device for practicing lead or riffs over a backing track if the latency issue could be resolved.
Good, but.. there is definitely an issue that this app has with timing. my second track it's of time with my first. actually, the third track for some reason was more on time than the second, so that is what I used. The results varied though. some recordings would be spot on and other takes had issues. I know it isn't my own timing. ~ Samsung Galaxy s2
Error occurred, contact support It seemed like it was pretty good for the ten minutes I was able to mess around with it before it decided to not work anymore. I get the same error message and force close whenever I try to start the app. Would love to give it another chance if you can work out that bug. -Droid Turbo
Uhhh Ok Nice gui, as a professional musician with 45+ yrs and a computer geek of at least 30+ and owning a 36 track recording software I have to say one thing this app lacks is instruction. The novice will scratch their head. Uninstalling, I'll wait. Nice try.
Four Tracks UI issues I understand that timing issues are a problem due to latency in the Android system. If I can listen to a track while laying down a new track and if I could time shift it than it would work. I did not have much trouble with this. What I could not figure out was how to name and save the tracks. I could not find Help or instructions. I tried several things but with no success. I am sure it is easy, once you know, but I do not like things like that. The UI needs to be intuitive.
* Clear Tracks
* Auto scroll during playback/recording
* Keep device from going to sleep during playback/recording
* Improved Audio engine
* Announcement center (Requires internet access)
* a "Buy Pro" menu item
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