Ardour is a multiplatform and multifunctional digital audio workstation for the Mac OS X and Linux operating systems that deal with the essential functions of recording, editing, and mixing of music. It offers an easy to use interface that allows users to drag and drop their music simply in the Ardour and after that plugin, the music keyboard, or a microphone to start the recording.
Users of Ardour are even allowed to import MIDI or other audio files from their internal system storage as well or the database of Freesound. Then comes the editing function of Ardour that provides users with unlimited undo and redo capabilities in the same window.
In the editing section, Ardour provides all editing functions in the shape of the cut, move, select, align, trim, snapshot, zoom, swing, and drag and drop. The more demanded section of Ardour is its mixing area that provides the best mixing system to the users.
In this section of Ardour, the users of Ardour will be provided with all buzzwords in the shape of mute, solo, EQ dynamics, fade, monitor, and much more. The mixing section of the Ardour is highly flexible and involves hundreds of plugins to enhance the functionalities of the Ardour.
Voloco is a voice-processing app that helps users to combine automatic tuning and vocoding. Users can pick up a track from their collection or can choose from the app library to sing or rap over it, and the app will adjust the tune of users by guessing the track. The platform allows the users to record their performance in any form to share it with other people.
The app even allows the users to finish their mix with any other app and can export that mix to this app for final mixing. Moreover, users can create their music videos and can post them on social media by tagging the app. Voloco enables users to select a beat from the media library to sing over it and comes with various features. Lastly, it automatically corrects the extreme pitch of users and adds stereo with thickness.