reSonare | Grabación de música clásica | Classical music recording | iOS 7
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Features

Features of reSonare

 

Full featured recording system

 

Based on professional recorders, the app features an intuitive user interface, with common adjustable parameteres, such as input/output gain, or record settings.

 

Screenshot of the recorder module of reSonare
Settings of the recorder session of reSonare
Supports up to 44.1kHz / 16bit Stereo sound

 

Enjoy high quality sample-rate in mono with no extra microphones on your iPhone, and master it into stereo sound with pseudo-stereo and spacialization techniques in just one click.

 

If you plug a stereo mic designed for your iDevice, you will be able to record natively stereo sound (only selected pairs of mic/iDevice)

 

Choose the settings of your recording session, as in common professional recording systems, up to CD quality (44.1 kHz / 16 bit)

23 instrument presets available

 

You don't have to be an expert sound engineer. The only thing you need to worry about is playing. With reSonare, you will easilt get back a professional sound.

 

The app has 23 instrument presets with a descriptive positioning guide that cover the most usual instruments and sound styles used in pro recording.

 

The instruments are:

  • Woodwinds: Piccolo, Flute, Oboe, English Horn, Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Bassoon, Sax.

  • Brass: French Horn, Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba

  • Percussion: Marimba.

  • Guitar: Nylon guitar.

  • Keyboards: Upright Piano, Grand Piano

  • Strings: Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass​

  • Generic: Raw process, Bass, Mid, High​

Visual guide on recording made by musicians in reSonare
Screenshot of the export settings of reSonare
Export to multiple formats

When your recording is finised, you can master and export it to a common format soundfile (compressed or not).

 

You can also choose the quality in three steps, and get the estimated size of the resulting file.

 

The supported formats are standard uncompressed wav files, and mp3 lossy or m4a lossless compressed files.

 

Save, Listen and Share

After mastering, you can just enjoying your music with the integrated media player, featuring Bluetooh & AirPlay conectivity, or copy your file to your computer using iTunes file sharing or your web browser and the Wifi share feature.

 

And if you have a Dropbox account, you can upload to a folder, to keep it stored in the cloud. Also, social sound sharing is possible with Soundcloud, using the integrated upload capability directly from the app.

 

Finally, you can always send the track by email from the app (size restrictions of your provider may be applied)

 

Screenshot of the sharing options, soundcloud, dropbox of reSonare