Turn your Mac into a recording studio with n-Track for Mac

Record and playback an unlimited number of audio and MIDI tracks with n-Track for Mac.

Many recording programs come with a messy interface and a lack of support. This isn't the case with n-Track for Mac. This software makes an effort to offer a user-friendly interface and support for simultaneous recording from multiple 16-bit and 24-bit sound cards.

Available for free for the first 40 days, the program costs $49.00 to buy. The installation is easy and quick, and the program doesn't take more than 174MB once installed. Once you open the program, you'll notice a clean and easy-to-comprehend interface divided into different segments. In the preferences you can choose the sampling frequency, and in the settings you can choose between stereo or mono recording and the number of bits the sound card uses. The program provides everything you need in order to record, play and edit audio and MIDI multitrack. It offers a complete mixing system with volumes, effects, and meters, as well as a very stable sequencer. The program supports simultaneous recording from multiple source, so that you can record multiple tracks at the same time if you have the sound card(s) needed. It also supports many known formats, including .mp3, .wma, .wav, and .mid. Additionally, you can add AU, VST, VST3, and ReWire effects to each track. The program is stable and performed very well in almost every situation during our testing.

For those who need a fast and effective audio multitrack recording and editing software, n-Track for Mac offers a nice, clean package with a full range of effects.

Editors' note: This is a review of the trial version of n-Track for Mac 2.0.7 build 3017b.

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