I’ve been using N-Track Studio for sound designing, very easy to use. They have now updated their software to version 7, at this time.
Here are some of their features:
Recording & mixing
- Records and plays back a virtually unlimited number ofaudio and MIDI tracks
- VST, VST3, DirectX (Windows), AU (Mac) and ReWireeffects can be added to each channel/track
- Volume, pan, aux sends & returns and effects parameters can be automated: you can “program” fade-in/outs, cross fades, boost the volume of a track when there is a solo etc.
- Live input processing allows to process with plug-ins live signals. Record the ‘dry’ (unprocessed) signal while processing and reprocess the recording later – i.e. play a guitar through a distortion plug-in then change the distortion after the recording
n-Track is available for the following plaftorms:
- Mac OSX
- iOS (iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch)
Soundcards & audio interfaces
- Supports 16 and 24 bit single and multichannel soundcards at sampling frequencies up to 192 Khz
- Compatible with Asio, WaveRT, WDM, DirectSound and MME audio drivers, which means that n-Track can work with almost any soundcard available today with the lowest possible latency
- Multichannel soundcards or more than one soundcard are supported: you can record multiple tracks at a time and output to more than one stereo output. Each output channels has its own master channel effects and volume control
You can Purchase it Here: n-Track Studio for PC [Download]