StudioTrack Multitrack Recording iPad App Adds GuitarTone Amps and Effects, a Tuner and GuitarJack Controls for High Quality Sound, Stereo Recording, and Simultaneous Instrument and Voice Recording
--Save $9.99 off the StudioTrack Price of $19.99 for a Limited Time--

Los Altos, CA - March 16, 2012 - Sonoma Wire Works has added GuitarTone amps and effects, a tuner, and the GuitarJack control panel to StudioTrack, the highly acclaimed multitrack recording app for the iPad. These improvements, and a price reduction to $9.99 for a limited time, makes StudioTrack an even more powerful and affordable songwriting tool for musicians who want to capture musical ideas and record songs on the iPad.

StudioTrack features eight tracks plus bounce, pan, effects on every track, a tuner, a metronome, latency compensation, input monitoring, AudioCopy and AudioPaste between more than 90 audio apps, easy transfer to desktop recording software, and more. Every channel includes a reverb send and a configurable effects rack. Effect options include a delay, EQ, and a compressor. The master channel has a Reverb Return knob as well as a parametric EQ and a stereo master compressor-limiter. StudioTrack works with the iPad built-in microphone and most audio input accessories - GuitarJack is recommended for the most features and highest quality sound. The following new features have been added for free to StudioTrack 1.5:

StudioTrack 1.5 New Features:

  • Free GuitarTone Amps & Effects: Interpretations of essential vintage and custom amps and pedals. GuitarTone includes three free amps ('60 Slant, Custom and Tweed Blues) and three free effects (UltraPhase, Drive+ and Va-Room), with additional tones available for $9.99 per 12-pack. Amp and effect packs purchased in the free GuitarTone app are activated in FourTrack and StudioTrack for free, so there is no need to repurchase the amps and effects you already own. GuitarJack activates $19.98 worth of GuitarTone amps and effects for free while connected.
  • Free High Visibility Tuner: Fast, accurate tuning.
  • Free GuitarJack Control Panel - Adjust the input settings and modes for Sonoma's GuitarJack high quality interface that connects a wide range of instruments, microphones, and other audio hardware to the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Select 1/4-inch line in, stereo 1/8-inch line in for mono or stereo recording, or use both inputs for simultaneous voice and instrument recording onto two tracks at once. GuitarJack's 1/8-inch stereo line/headphone output offers increased drive for headphones. GuitarJack features Lo-Z and Hi-Z modes, 60 dB of continuous level control, a 12 dB pad for 72 dB of adjustment, a 24-bit AD/DA converter, and the highest quality sound when compared to alternative accessories. GuitarJack is available from and select dealers worldwide:

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StudioTrack 1.5 is now available on iTunes. Save $9.99 off the normal price of $19.99 for a limited time.

Sonoma’s FourTrack multitrack recording app for iOS also includes GuitarTone amps and effects and the GuitarJack Control Panel. FourTrack’s price has been reduced from $9.99 to $4.99 for a limited time.

Visit Sonoma Wire Works at Musikmesse (stand 5.1 A-70) March 21 - 24, 2012.

About Sonoma Wire Works
Incorporated in 2003 and headquartered in Los Altos, California, Sonoma Wire Works develops products and services that help musicians enjoy playing, recording and sharing music. Sonoma Wire Works' flagship product is RiffWorks guitar recording software with InstantDrummer, effects, RiffLink online song collaboration, and the online community. These products have received multiple awards for performance and innovation, including a NAMM Best in Show Trendsetter Award. FourTrack, InstantDrummer, GuitarTone and TaylorEQ iPhone Apps, AudioCopy/AudioPaste for iOS, and StudioTrack multitrack for the iPad, and GuitarJack are also developed by Sonoma. Drum products by Sonoma include the DrumCore and KitCore plugins and DrummerPack library, as well as the Discrete Drums multitrack drum library.

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