Voice Commander is the only app of the sort on the market at the moment. This voice assistant integrates with the Daw and extend possibilities that controllers and voice over can offer. As we are focused on productivity, we tailored our speech engine to operate fast from spoken command to execution. We believe that the required information should automatically be displayed right in front of you when needed using spoken key words. Ultimately Voice Commander brings more value than multiple monitors surrounding you and endless controllers brought together. It is still an early App (released September 2019) but we strive to pursue this vision and deliver incremental improvement to our engine and features with each release. Feel free to share your feedback and ideas.
Yes, speech recognition works by learning from speech data, the more you use the Voice Commander the better it gets.
Our next update is will bring :
We support Logic Pro X starting from 10.2 and above.
Voice commands are key commands siblings, the only difference being that you need to speak them out before they take action. Voice commands must be edited from the command builder window. The Voice commands can be macros (nesting mulitple key commands).
Yes, VC acts just like another controller device that trigger actions on top of mouse clicks and keyboard shortcuts.
Payments are processed through the iPhone App Store.
As for today, Voice Commander is only available for Logic, we aim to provide it for other daws durring 2020, including Pro Tools, Reaper, Studio One, Ableton Live, Cubase and Nuendo during 2020. You can send a Daw support request here.
Voice Commander is only available for MacOS.
We plan on supporting Android, but this is not a priority at the moment, and the app might not be available until late 2020.
Voice Commander will work with anything Midi.
No, they work hand in hand. Voice Commander on the mobile is handles the speech recognition part, the controller, the execution part. The whole eco-system represents your virtual assistant.
Whatever is more convenient for you, in any case you will need to login inside the app and will only access your user information there.