Abbey Road Studios update Topline their free multitrack audio recording app

Abbey Road Studios drops version 2.0 of Topline, allowing users to add new reverb effect, a new mixer panel and more.

Think Voice Memos on steroids, Topline lets you import instruments, record vocals over the top, mix tracks, add effects, save, export and share you project with friends.

The update brings many new features to the iOS app.

Users now have the opportunity to add reverb to their tracks with a selection of 9 impulse responses ranging from a small room to cathedral, and a horizontal slider to control the reverb amount from dry to wet. There is now a new mixer panel with control over multiple channels, automatic Mono to Stereo conversion of imported audio tracks, and an updated interface.

No word yet on when Android will get the update.

Download for free on the App Store and Play Store.

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