Software development team Future Moments has taken on the daunting task of creating an Audio Mastering and Post Processing app suite for iOS (iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch-iOS 9 and up). We’re going to review one of those apps today, AudioMaster Pro.
AudioMaster is – you guessed it – an audio post processing and master program. It tries to simplify the task of adding a nice “ready for public consumption” polish to your audio, from the podcaster facing a tight deadline to the independent musician looking for a decent master mix without spending a mastering house budget. Does it do the job? Generally speaking, it won’t give you access to the every device in the signal chain like say, T-Racks or iZotope’s Ozone – but it will deliver if your work fits within the boundaries of the included presets.
With simulated models tailored to popular genres and audio workflows,like Rock, R&B, Hip Hop, Podcasts and —– most bases are covered. Experimentation and creating your own signal chains arent possible. There is a the ability to color your sound with an EQ rack. That’s about all the custom adjustments that’s possible. What’s available is more than enough for the general user, experienced engineers may find it a bit limiting.
AudioMaster Pro goes for $39.99, bit you can try out the free version in the App Store , with a 15 second hiss as an limitation.