: You can download and save Mp3 files directly to your computer (both PC and Mac) and Android device. iPhone/iPads do not support direct downloads by default.
2. Garage Band
: Only available on iOS devices and Mac. Please note that you will need to use Chrome to download and save files. Download is not supported by Safari.
3. Multi Track
: Supported only by Android devices. Please install 'Multi Track Player' from Google Play to download and save Multi Track to your device.
A new way to listen to music Making Music in the Digital Age
One complete song is voice, piano, keyboard, guitar, drum, string and etc..
Separated into 8 tracks by individual instruments
When you only Play the instrument without a voice, or practice singing along
with the accompaniment
When you want to listen only acoustic instrument or practice your own instrument
Dismantling Music : Multi - Tracks
Completion of the existing stereo 2 Soundtrack is divided into eight tracks by voice, piano, keyboard, guitar, string, chorus, etc.
and increase the utilization of the Soundtrack.
Stereo 2 Soundtrack
8 Multi - Soundtrack
Smart Music Store : Utilization of Multi - SoundtrackHow to use Multi - Soundtrack
A new way to listen to music, Listen to what you want to hear
Multi - Soundtrack
Amateur musicians practice or record their musical instruments
Audition practice by aspiring singer
Graduation School preparation
Singing practice or personal events made by ordinary people
Praise and Worship
Smart Music Store : Multi - Player App
Multi Track's own built-in app that allows users to play multi-Soundtrack on their mobile devices, record their own performances, add simple editing and sound effects.
Android app - Multi Track Player
iOS App - Garage Band
Multi - track Player
2 track player and instruments are separated independently You can listen to the sound of individual instruments and output simultaneously
Record by using the Record button. Vocal and instrument recording in real time (Real - Time recording)
After singing a song or recording a performance, you can cut or paste sections or bars to copy or delete them at the desired point
1. Import or save a project using Main Menu.
2. Adjust the volume using Master Terminal (Main Volume).
Range of volume control is shown in numbers from 0 to 150 (default volume is 100).
Mute button is located at the bottom of the sliding control.
3. Location of the project.
4. PAD/MIX/EQ/EDIT buttons.
5. Panels for each of your tracks. Tapping and holding one of the panels will open the ‘Track Properties Dialog’.
• Track Type (ex: Drum, Guitar)
• Track Name (ex: GT, Chorus)
• Edit Mode: you can edit/ fix tracks in this mode
6. Waveform viewer provides a visual representation of sound waves.
7. Press A to choose playback starting point; press B to choose the end point.
8. Stop button.
- Clicking Play button twice would Pause the track.
11. Camera/ Virtual Piano/ Metronome
12. Search bar
Click the button (highlighted) on the top left-hand corner and choose ‘New Project’.
※ “New Project” setup
• Meter Type: Time Signature ex: 3/4, 4/4
• Harmony Chord lets you change the musical key of the project
• Name of the project
• Tempo: The BPM, or Beats Per Minute of the project.
• Measure: You can see the bars of the project.
Click the button (highlighted) on the top left-hand corner and choose ‘Open Project’.
① ᆞᆞ: Backspace – you can return to previous step
② SDCARD: Access SDCARD storage
③ Downloads: Opens Downloads folder
④ DCIM: Photos folder on Samsung phones
⑤ Go to: You can instantly access locations and folders.
⑥ You can see multitrack files saved in MFU Project folder.
Each track is displayed as a panel on the ‘PAD’. Selecting on of the pads will display
Waveform viewer for that particular track (yellow in Edit Mode, blue in normal mode)
Tapping and holding one of the panels will open the ‘Track Properties Dialog’.
You can mix tracks and control volume using MIX tool. Default volume is 100,
lowering volume to 0 will mute the sound.
Clicking ‘M’ will mute selected track, clicking ‘S’ will mute other tracks except the selected one.
You can use LOW, MID or HIGH to adjust frequency bands