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Ferrite Recording Studio 2.0 looks like an almost perfect solution for podcasters. Of course, it is essentially designed to be just that, but version 2.0 really does take it up another notch. Here are all the new features for Ferrite 2 Pro customers:

• Customisable 8-band equaliser and spectrum visualiser
• Project Templates to quickly create new episodes
• Import audio files that have more than two channels, and select the channels to use, or split them into separate files
• Prepare your audio for production with auto levelling and noise reduction
• MP3 Chapters can be hidden from the table of contents
• Exporting projects as video now includes chapter art
• Presets can be created for chapters, and for Audio Unit Extensions (where compatible)
• Presets can be moved, renamed and stored on your device, inside Templates, or synced via iCloud
• Set suggested export filenames for projects

Plus there’s good news even if you’re not a pro user:

• Updated UI
• Sort the Library by name, creation date, modification date or duration
• Additional keyboard shortcuts and menu navigation
• Streamlined VoiceOver accessibility
• Performance, user-experience and reliability updates

Ferrite Recording Studio 2.0 is free on the app store, and the Pro upgrade is an IAP costing £28.99: