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    Since picking up the Resco Media Pack, with the Photo Viewer, File Explorer, Resco Radio, and Audio Recorder, I have been totally re-imagining how I use my phone, and loving all of the apps.

    Today I was using the Audio Recorder to just get some ideas down while I was playing guitar, and the thought occurred to me, wouldn't it be great if there was a multi-tracking application that was scaled down to run on our devices? I realize you're not going to get Pro Tools or Logic or something of that caliber on your phone, but something like Audacity with more modest system requirements would be awesome. I mean, the Resco Recorder is already leaps and bounds ahead of the built-in crap I was using for far too long, but I got to thinking, and well, that's where I'm at.

    So... does anyone know of any such program? I don't even need anything really sophisticated, just something that will allow me to listen to one track while recording another. And I realize that our little processors may choke on such a task, and I'm prepared to accept that eventuality, but I figured it was worth a post, just to know if there was anything out there.

    (edit) - ok, so I found this, but it looks like it's too much (resource hungry) to go on my Treo, maybe I'll put it on my 6700... but then I have to carry something else around. Grr...

    Anyone have any experience with this program?
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    That would be cool if you have no access to a home studio or portable studio. But being inspired on the road I just use the voice recorder that's built in. If I find myself trying to multi track anywhere other than protools, that'll be the death of me.... Unless protools for WM.....
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    I know... I thought about that too. Like, how far do I really want to take this. I figured it would be nice to at least have like, say, a rhythm guitar track and a lead idea down so I don't forget them. Right now, I just record two separate tracks.

    Gotta tell you, though, I just downloaded the demo, and for what it is, it's seriously impressive. I don't know how it would stand up to real use yet, but I'll play with it, for sure. I mean, it's only 30 bucks, and I could turn my old 6700 into a little pocket studio. A buddy of mine has a Zoom box 4-track thingy, and it's cool, but I didn't feel like spending all that money when I could almost do it already...

    We'll see - thanks for yr input.
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    I'll try the demo and give you more feedback. Thanks for the info...
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    Quote Originally Posted by WarDogg View Post
    I'll try the demo and give you more feedback. Thanks for the info...
    There is a MIDI Synth app that lets you do this via midi


    as for audio recording... not sure...


    i am sure there is more out there...



    (Sonar user myself)
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    Thanks airibis... I generally keep it pretty simple though, when I'm out of the studio - usually just an acoustic guitar to lay down ideas. Good to know, though.
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