Here’s the specs:
* Per track EQ (2 bands parametric, 2 bands shelving, 18db boost and cut) (3GS or later).
* Per track Compressor (3GS or later).
* Ability to monitor the input signal with effects (3GS or later).
* Fade in and out per region (editable fade points).
* Open/copy email attachments (mp3, m4a, AAC, wav, aif, ogg).
* Improved input selection allows spitting stereo input onto 2 mono tracks.
* Retina display for iPhone 4 and iPod 4th gen.
* New Hotbox ‘Slice’ tool splits a region at hotbox location or playhead location.
* Increased control of sliders and handles.
* Restore in-app purchases onto other devices.
* Hotbox ‘Trim’ and ‘Move’ buttons unified to single ‘Edit’ button.
* Fader controls now accurately use decibel scale and allow a real +12db of gain boost.
* Track download on wifi webpage has option to include effects in track rendering.
For some reason, all that doesn’t mention that you can do a mixdown of all the channels, and you can export to email, SoundCloud and via WiFi to your computer.
Aside from all that official verbiage, I can tell you from personal experience that this is an easy-to-use, intuitive interface. Help files are a cinch to find and use, but I didn’t need them. I pretty much found everything I needed by exploring. It has the feel of any of a numer of desktop DAW’s that allow you to add channels, mute, arm, set volume levels, add effects and more.
I will say that editing a wave form is not quite easy as Twisted Wave. Not terrible. Just not as easy. The multi-track capabilities of this app are a no-brainer…and the graphics interface is pretty slick.
One more thing…. the MultiTrack DAW by Harmonic Dog works just great with the Alesis iODock…the recording quality is at least as good as Twisted Wave.