- As of this recording, there are two versions of Auria available for the iPad. There's the full professional version of Auria called Auria Pro, and a lighter, less expensive version, simply called Auria. For the most part, the movies in this course will apply to both versions, but you'll find certain limitations and that some features are unavailable in the non-pro version of Auria. For example, Auria Pro includes MIDI capabilities allowing you to record, play, and edit MIDI performances in your projects, while the regular version of Auria doesn't support MIDI at all. Auria Pro features real time audio warping, letting you modify the timing of recorded performances to get them more on the beat, while the regular version of Auria doesn't have that feature.
And where the regular version of Auria has two auxiliary sends, Auria Pro has six, giving you more flexibility for layering effects onto your tracks. You can see the full list of differences on this chart here or visit auriaapp.com/products/auria to read more about features and compatibility, but for the most part though, even though I'll be using Auria Pro in the following videos, you'll still be able to follow along with the majority of them using Auria. And when you do come across something that doesn't appear in your version of Auria, you'll know that it's a Pro only feature.
In this course, author Garrick Chow demonstrates the essential features of Auria Pro for the iPad. He starts by exploring the interface, including the Mix and Edit windows, and the hardware you'll need to get audio into Auria Pro. He then demonstrates how to record into Auria Pro—using musicians in a real recording session. He records a single track (acoustic guitar) and demos simultaneous multitrack recording. Then he shows how to edit the performances, and mix down and master the recording. Garrick closes with an explanation of how to create snapshots of your work, and back up and share music with Auria's extensive export options.
- Creating a new project
- Importing audio
- Recording a track
- Recording multiple tracks simultaneously
- Recording MIDI
- Selecting and trimming regions
- Editing MIDI
- Warping audio and stretching time
- Fading in and out
- Mixing tracks
- Saving and exporting tracks
Skill Level Beginner
Audio Foundations: EQ and Filterswith Brian Lee White2h 28m Intermediate
iPad Music Production: AmpliTubewith Garrick Chow1h 46m Beginner
1. Getting Started
5. Saving and Exporting
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