Audio Design Desk – also known as add.app – is an easy-to-use audio tool to add sound effects, foley, and music to your video. The company recently released Audio Design Desk v1.9 that adds Stream Deck and DAW integration and numerous new functionalities like Auto-Compose, MIDI triggers, and variations. Let’s take a closer look at this update! If you’re new to Audio Design Desk, we have already talked about this audio post-production tool numerous times since its introduction in 2020. In a nutshell, here is how this standalone application works: load your video onto the software, and by playing with your computer’s keyboard, you start adding foley sounds, music, sound FX, and so on to it. The idea behind add.app is to save you hours of work because your video is playing in real-time, and you can quickly add sounds by typing on your keyboard while watching the video. Audio Design Desk v1.9 speeds up the process even further with various integrations like Stream Deck, Pro Tools, Logic Pro X, Cubase, and so on. Image credit: Audio Design Desk Audio Design Desk v1.9 – what’s new According to Audio Design Desk’s CEO Gabriel Cowan, “the release of 1.9 works seamlessly with virtually every audio and video editing tool from Premiere to Final Cut Pro to Pro Tools to Logic.” Indeed, it seems like the team behind add.app put a lot of work and effort into creating an easier-than-ever experience for content creators. Here is a complete list of all the new features and improvements in Audio Design Desk v1.9: Auto-Compose: if you put markers inside Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, Avid, and even Frame.io, Audio Design Desk can create a sound pass the moment you drag your video into the timeline. Stacks: this new non-destructive way allows you to stack any number of sounds into a single region that can be unstacked and changed at any time. Variations: Audio Design Desk can automatically create any number of variations of combined sounds. One beat can become 100 (or more) with the click of a button. MIDI triggers: with a MIDI keyboard, you can now perform sounds and control functions. Intelligent import: if you use Splice, LoopCloud, Pro Sound Effects or Boom Library, you can use Audio Design Desk to automatically determine the right metadata and add them to sounds. DAW integration: Audio Design Desk v1.9 integrates with Pro Tools, Logic, Live, Cubase, Digital Performer, Nuendo, and Reaper, functioning like a giant plug-in within these industry standard tools. Stream Deck integration Audio Design Desk Lite Also, Audio Design Desk released a Lite version that gives you access to more than 40.000+ sounds, loops, and music cues. However, this Lite version has some restrictions, like the number of maximum tracks (eight) or the number of regions (fifty). Price and availability You can try Audio Design Desk v1.9 for free with some restrictions. Audio Design Desk Lite will cost you $8.99 per month or $89 per year. If you want to upgrade to the full version, you have two choices: Personal: $14.99 per month or $149 per year. A perpetual license is available for $299. Professional: $29.99 per month or $299 per year. The perpetual license is $599. If you want to learn more about it (and try it online – that’s fun, trust me!), please visit Audio Design Desk’s website here. Did you already try Audio Design Desk? What do you think about the latest v1.9 update and all the new features? Don’t hesitate to let us know in the comments down below! The post Audio Design Desk v1.9 adds Stream Deck and DAW Integration appeared first on CineD.