96kHz/24-bit Audio Recording
24-bit/96 kHz Recording
MetaRecorder allows you to record mono, stereo or dual mono inputs with up to 96 kHz/24-bit quality. Standard rates from 44.1-96kHz are available, however you can also choose to record at a sample rate of 22.05kHz – useful for saving hard drive space when recording things such as interviews where broadcast quality is not necessary.
Connect a Microphone
Connect one of Sennheiser’s clip-on digital microphones or Apogee’s iOS compatible interfaces directly to your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and create professional quality recordings using Apogee MetaRecorder. Effortlessly adjust your microphone input gain to the perfect level for ClipMic digital, MKE 2 digital or any of Apogee’s iOS compatible interfaces directly from within the app.
Sennheiser ClipMic digital
Sennheiser MKE 2 digital
Apogee MiC 96k
Tag your recordings with keywords and metadata
MetaRecorder organizes audio recordings in Scenes; only one Scene at a time may be active. Scene names are customizable and determine how the recorded audio files will be automatically named.
Label your takes with unique, informative and easily searchable keywords. MetaRecorder provides a Keyword Library for based on your previously used keywords, so you do not have to waste time typing the same things for each take.
In each Scene, the recordings, called Takes, are arranged as a vertical “stack” for easy selection. A new Take is created for any new recordings and there’s no way to record over previous recordings. Take numbers are automatically incremented with each new recording, however you can modify the number if needed.
At any time while recording, you can add tap to add Markers, indicating a specific moment in that particular take. Add notes to each marker without interrupting your recording. You can even use Siri to capture your notes hands-free.
Add a role name to each scene to designate who the speaker is. This name appears in the upper lefthand corner of the recorded file within the app and is included in the audio filename.
Tap the star to mark a recorded take as a “favorite” and easily know the best recordings to come back to.
Organize your workflow in Final Cut Pro
Share your Recordings and Metadata
MetaRecorder lets you share your recordings in three different ways – via Dropbox, email or through iTunes when connected to a computer with a USB cable. MetaRecorder shares data as a single folder for each Scene. Each Scene folder contains:
- Audio files
- Final Cut Pro XML data file
- Scene parameters data file
Import to Final Cut Pro X
Using separate audio and video devices means twice the number of files generated during production, so it’s even more important to organize and tag those files. Apple’s Final Cut Pro X is built from the ground up to support workflows that rely on metadata. As production video and audio is imported into Final Cut Pro, the metadata tags and custom filenames from MetaRecorder allow you to effectively search for the audio files you are looking for.
Import Audio to an Audio Recording App on Mac or PC
The recorded audio files will retain the custom naming that you have applied within MetaRecorder, making them easy to sort through when importing to audio recording App on your Mac or PC.