Ferrite is perhaps the best way to record, edit and publish a podcast right from your iOS device and I make no secret of my liking for Ferrite. I’ve used it more than once to edit the Essential Apple podcast and recently did a whole show on the topic of producing a podcast just using an iPad (Ep 17: Nothing more than an iPhone). A new update is out with new features exclusively for paying customers and general free updates.
Ferrite Recording Studio 1.4 updates
- New: When sharing projects, you can set bitrate (m4a files) and mono/stereo (all file types).
- New: Extract audio from movie files.
- New: Import audio from “Opus” files.
- New: Mid-Side Decoding (with variable spread control), offering compatibility with high—end field recorders.
New and updated for all users:
- New: When importing from your Audio Library into a project, you can also access your iOS Music Library and other file services.
- New: When importing compatible files containing chapter markers, they are converted to bookmarks. – Performance, compatibility and reliability improvements
Ferrite Recording Studio is a free download from the App store with in app purchased to unlock extra features.
- FX & Automation £14.99
- Add More Tracks & Duration £7.99
- FX and Automation (Upgrade) £7.99
For more information, tutorials and suppport head along to the Wooji Juice website
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