Will We Actually See Audio Tracks?

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  • @Nomzai said:
    @drez yes conjecture. Any reply about audiotracks at this point from other than the developer is a moot point and definitely conjecture when it is obvious speculation and the timeline keeps getting pushed vack from people who aren’t writing the code. Also i would suggest you actually read my original post before you respond again.

    I read your original post. Dendy answered it earlier. And I’ve read your subsequent conjecture about the developer needing to respond. Dendy just answered that succinctly so I won’t need to respond. You should have all the info you’ve asked about from the folks that bring the grain to the horses mouth :smile:

    I’m excited to see what Matt comes up with. It’s always elegant and that comes from his own vision and the input from his committed group of testers. It’s always been that way. Like it or hate it, it consistently brings the most coherent workflow to table IMO. Bravo blip team :+1:

  • edited September 8

    @drez thanks, we are doing our best ;)

    Anyway, i think also @Nomzai wrote nothing wrong in this thread, actually he started this thread with good post, to the point.

    Nothing wrong about discussing this topic from all angles of view, every opinion is welcome. People like discussimg about future festures, simply because it helps them go throught painful waiting :-)

  • edited September 8

    @Nomzai said:
    I don’t think my post was a “lame repetitive lament” in fact i feel that it was an insightful question about the difficulties in adding audiotracks regarding the way ns2 actually implements playback speed currently. Yes the title reflects the fact that i am worried about whether it is possible to implement audio tracks in the current form of ns2 but i really don’t think it is “lame and repetitive” but to each their own. It is also not unreasonable to inquire when this feature that we have all been promised would be here months ago would be arriving as many of us are depending on this feature. We all understand setbacks and delays and many of us are fully willing to wait due to the excellence of the developers’ releases but some people feel that a response directly from the developer at this time would be appropriate instead of conjecture from mods and others on this forum.

    Hey @Nomzai, just to be clear, my earlier comments weren’t about your post in any way. I hate to bump this thread yet again, but didn’t want to leave you with that impression.

  • It’s just too bad Matt is only one person. In a better world, he would’ve been born a twin.😜

  • Don’t forget the latest iOS update probably held things up somewhat.

  • edited September 13

    @dendy said:

    @anickt
    Correct me if I’m wrong @dendy or @Stiksi but from previous discussions it sounds to me like the foundations for these and other features are already in place and would not “fundamentally change how NS2 works”

    very much exactly what you said ;-)

    I mentioned it somewhere .. if there wouldn't be that damn AU plugins, iphone version and audio tracks (and probably tons of other great features) would be already there for long time. I just wish i have time machine - i would return back to 2017 and convince Matt totally drop AU support in first release and concentrate just on iPhone version and audio tracks.

    why not ? There were DAWs (or music production apps) on desktop which didn't supported any exernal plugins for long time, just build in stuff (Reason, Orion, Buzz, or Caustic, Gadget on iOS) - and still they were pretty powerful, pretty popular, lot people made lot of music with it. There is advantage in closed platform apps (stability, efficiency). When i'm looking back now, opening NS to AU world (at least in first release) was mistake in my option. It consumed maybe year (or more!) of development time. Enough time for perfect iPhone, audio tracks and more ..

    That is an interesting scenario. I don't think I would have bought NS2 without AUs unless there were stunningly amazing demonstrations of smooth non destructive audio track/audio clip editing. Still excited at the possibility but not hinging my happiness on it. I am old enough to know this will never be my livelihood / escape plan to 'lifestyle freedom' so I am just glad to have something to look forward to that may make things a little more fun. :)

  • edited September 14

    🙏🏻

  • edited September 14

    😀

  • I'm very happy NS2 has AUv3 support because I can't stand IAA and the FX work great. Honestly, though, obsidian has been so sufficient, I rarely draw on AUv3 synths at all. I would love for Audio Tracks and Time stretching to be a thing with NS2 because then it would be a total solution unlike any other on iOS....that being said, I have to take a moment to truly appreciate what's been done here. It sounds like one person, Matt, is doing what other mobile and desktop developers can barely do with full teams. It's easy to get caught up in all we want and forget about all we have. I take nanostudio over Auria and Cubasis for songwriting easily. If we have to wait for more updates...oh well. Its nothing to be happy about, but definitely nothing to get upset and angry about.

  • @chocobitz825 said:
    I'm very happy NS2 has AUv3 support because I can't stand IAA and the FX work great. Honestly, though, obsidian has been so sufficient, I rarely draw on AUv3 synths at all. I would love for Audio Tracks and Time stretching to be a thing with NS2 because then it would be a total solution unlike any other on iOS....that being said, I have to take a moment to truly appreciate what's been done here. It sounds like one person, Matt, is doing what other mobile and desktop developers can barely do with full teams. It's easy to get caught up in all we want and forget about all we have. I take nanostudio over Auria and Cubasis for songwriting easily. If we have to wait for more updates...oh well. Its nothing to be happy about, but definitely nothing to get upset and angry about.

    +1. Well said. NS2 isn’t perfect, but for my needs it’s still the closest thing out there.

  • edited September 14

    Agreed! I’ve dated all the others but now that I’ve married NS2 I wonder what I saw in any of them. :#

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