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Polish your music, fix it in the mix.
7 band equalizer for Audiobus.
Compressor
Normalize.
Render to file.
Audiocopy and paste.
Export settings as PDF.

Remaster sports the only 7 band parametric equalizer for Audiobus. It is fully multitouch enabled.

***** Rated as a Killer App by Apps4iDevices *****

Remaster is a tool to rework your songs, loops and recordings. Currently a seven band equalizer can be employed, including a toggle to normalize the sound or not. The latest addition to our effects line is a compressor inspired from our Compressor app. The feature set will grow over time.

The equalizer is a seven band parametric equalizer with full visual as well as text entry control for all three parameters: gain, center frequency and q.

The compressor is a standard volume compressor with attack and release settings as well as threshold and compress ratio.

Processing is done in 32 bit and has a sophisticated dither function as final step to prevent quantization errors. Dithering can be disabled to improve processing speed.

There is ONE in-app purchase in Remaster. All features outside of exporting eq settings to PDF are included in the sales price.

1) Export settings to PDF
This function allows to create a table of your current settings (frequency, gain and Q for each node) and email it as a PDF. Every generation of a PDF will cost 99 US cents (or equivalent).

There were questions about the in-app purchase in Remaster: I am going to reproduce the comment I left at discchord.com:

Gents,

The PDF email functionality is a long story that I am going to summarize here:
A rather large audio company approached me in November 2011 to make an app for them, for internal use.
After meetings and calls I modified Equalizer (at that point) to suit their needs including this PDF email feature. That was in Summer 2012.
After that, the communication pretty much stopped and I did not get paid.
So now this feature became an in-app purchase. It is pretty useless for everybody except that audio company that requested it. If you find it is too offensive to have a useless iap feature in your app, I will remove the feature all-together. It is not generating income, nor should it. I just have it in the app as a reminder to not get screwed again. Please do not buy it unless you want to give me a token of appreciation :)
Or how about: please tweet me @ibeatmaker to remove the feature and if I get 10 tweets, I will remove it in the next update, ok?
Oh, and if you could say something nice about Remaster while you tweet :)

And yes, we are beta testing the compressor as we speak, not multi band, for now. Reverb will follow.
I am planning to not charge extra for compressor and reverb features but might not make them work on Audiobus right away either. Going slow to keep it stable.

Tibor
Audioforge Labs Inc.