Records and plays back a virtually unlimited number of audio and MIDI tracks.
VST, VST3, DirectX (Windows), AU (Mac) and ReWire effects 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
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
Home Page – http://ntrack.com/