macrumors 68040
Original poster
Feb 24, 2001
0 has posted an article about a possible new iApp for Music authoring to debut at MWSF known as iTraks.

"According to some sources, Apple is about to launch a new audio production application that will probably be called "iTraks" (or "iTracks"? sources spell it "iTraks" though). That will be the first result of the purchase of Emagic by Apple. Actually it will be a "metal-brushed" version of Logic Audio with less features. Logic Audio will remain available as a professional audio tool.

Another source not only confirms the existence of a project that may be finally called "iTraks", but adds some details:
- iTraks will allow recording of 8 audio tracks and multiple midi tracks
- it will accept plug-ins and some of them will be offered as standard
- it's finalized and it may even be announced for MWSF or later in late January at the NAMM show.
- it will probably not be a free iApp."

This sounds pretty viable. We have been awaiting a result from the eMagic buyout and this would work. It also fits in with the rumors of a new iApp.


macrumors 68040
Dec 29, 2001
Well, I've been saying for ages, apple should bring out a pro audio app, since they'd been so mixed up with video and DVD.

Hope this is true and itraks show its face and SF.


macrumors regular
Jun 4, 2002
Just search for Logic Fun on Google. Been around for ages.

But if they were going to do iTraks, or whatever, it would be a good basis to start from.