4 Track Recorder
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Download size1 MB
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- owner identity
- photo, music, and video libraries
- data services
- movement and directional sensor
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (1)
English (United States)
Have a great idea for a song but aren't around your computer? Record up to 4 tracks of audio right to your phone. * Built in metronome and tempo control helps you keep everything in sync. * Save as many sessions as you'd like to your phone. If there is free space on your phone you can record another song! * Individual volume controls let you mix the audio to your liking. v1.6 * Fixed latency issue. * Moved master control buttons to the application bar for easier access. v1.5 * Set the recording latency for slow devices. * SkyDrive sync fixed. v1.2 * Fixed issue with v1.0 sessions being loaded. v1.1 * Left and right panning of individual tracks. * Saves volume and panning for individual tracks. * Upload individual tracks to SkyDrive * Updated UI
9/11/2013Agree. Could be awesome. Not quite there yet. Even using one track is better than all the other junk out there though.
9/5/2013Could be awesome but the tracks won't line up. Latency fail = only frustration
7/24/2013Horrible, tracks don't sync
7/14/2013Would be nice if it counted in a bar or two before recording starts.
6/21/2013Its cool but needs updating the recording time is too short,needs an editing mode but overall its a good app
5/15/2013Much needed. I would like to improve upon this and give it away free, only 4 tracks. Is there any chance I could get source from you? @coreyaustinhere
4/23/2013Cannot drop WAV files in....daw for w8 phone needed...now...big money.
4/18/2013Having lag issues and seems a bit more complicated than it needs to be but over all great app good job
4/11/2013We would gladly pay for an application like this that works. Needs a timeline and for tracks to sync. It appears to be impossible to punch in, or overlay successive tracks in real time. Playback reveals that overlaid tracks just start separately from the main timeline and it is completely frustrating.