**UPDATE** WaveEditor version 1.93 now re-adds support for USB recording previously lost after Android Oreo. It also features new improvements to the USB driver itself, including device preferred sample rate, better buffer management, and support for mics that have built-in audio outputs.
Thank you to all beta testers and people who provided feedback to help shape WaveEditor, which is now officially released! Even though it is out of beta, development will continue on making it even better and ensuring broader device compatibility. Suggestions and feature requests are always open, which can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be sure to switch to the public release version to get future releases: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=io.sbaud.wavstudio
This guide will help show you how to easily add Android Studio’s NDK to your previous projects. Specifically, it will show you the bare bones setup of the NDK, and get you writing native methods as quick as possible. This guide assumes you know your way around Android Studio.
Andulum for Android has now been released and is available on the Google Play Store! This version replaces the old “Metronome” app with a cleaner, better performing metronome. Continue reading “Introducing Andulum, A Mobile Metronome App For Android”
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Welcome, this post will help you install the RBXL VST plug-in, specifically if you are having trouble with the registration process. Most of the time, if you can’t get the synth to complete registration, the cause is from a Windows or 3rd party security feature. Which could very likely be one of two problems: a firewall blocking the synth from the network, or Windows has blocked the file, limiting the files permissions. Below, I will explain how fix the problem, and get you up and running! Continue reading “Having Trouble Registering Plug-ins?”