warfaanax wrote:I bought his app with great hopes and now I don't even wanna use it. I will try to list some of my thoughts about this app so developers can fix it or improve it. I have ipad 4 32gb running ios 6.1
1. Latency: when using audiobus with jamup it makes it impossible to record. So much latency. Cubasis with audiobus and jamup has no latency. So this is Auria's fault
2. Crashes: I cant stand to see this installation window everytime i use it with audiobus. You have to wait installing over and over again.
3. Count in: Count in with metronome is useless. Metronome goes out of sync if u use count in.
4. Metronome: Just to be able to use and activate metronome every time you have to go through the menu. So much hassle. Its a metronome and people who record things into this DAW mostly use metronome. Why is this torture just to activate or change a tempo or beat? Cant you just put a button with a dropdown menu on mixing screen. Settings is not where metronome should be!!!!!
5. Menus: to perform easy tasks such as copy paste or adjusting metronome or Activating metronome are such a pain. When u add a new track you have to go and choose audibus and channels over and over again. These functions should be put somewhere easy to access!!!
Overall I am not satisfied with this app at all. It doesn't even let me record guitar because of its latency. I cant even use metronome with count it.
This app is great and thats why I bought it but seems like there are so many problems. I sometimes wish appstore had a 15min refund policy like android. Being someone with a limited budget, after paying this amount of money to an app + audiobus and other audiobus compatible apps I expect it to work, if not flawlessly but just work...
I hope developers will consider these problems and fix it asap with the next update since I am not alone....
1. I have no latency problem with Auria & Alesis iOdock.
2. It crashes some times. And I get a lot of CPU overload messages, despite having 64G on my iPad .
3. I don't use or need the metronome. I have MIDI sequencers for that.
4. Ditto #3
5. It is more difficult to do basic editing functions in Auria. But for me - that's OK.
This is old school recording. What ever you do - PLEASE DO NOT MAKE IT MORE COMPLICATED! !
I'm just a stupid user with 20+ years of MIDI / DAW experience. If Auria wants to cater to pro engineers - good luck.
Go for that gold-plated market. As for me, I will go back to computer-based DAW.
I like AURIA because I like the old-school feel. Mixer and hardware.
If the goali is to compete with Steinberg or SONAR - good luck.