Yes! According to TwistedWave's license, you are allowed to install TwistedWave on as many computers as you want, as long as you are the main user of TwistedWave on these.
If you want to install TwistedWave on a new computer, you should first download and install the trial version from TwistedWave's web site. When you run it, you will be asked to register. You can then enter the user name and serial number you received when you purchased.
If you have purchased from the App Store, you will have to use the same iTunes account on both computers. On the new computer, you can simply go to the App Store, and because you have already purchased it, you will have the option to re-download TwistedWave for free.
Your preferences and presets are stored in this directory, in your home folder:
If you have purchased TwistedWave form the App Store, the preferences are stored in this directory instead:
Or if you are using TwistedWave Lite, you will find the preferences there:
Library/Containers/com.twistedwave.TwistedWaveLite/Data/Library/Application Support/TwistedWave Lite
In order to transfer your preferences, first make sure TwistedWave is not running anywhere, and transfer the contents of this directory to the corresponding directory on the destination computer. You will have to run TwistedWave at least once on the destination computer for this directory to exist, and you will also have to empty it before filling it with the presets you have copied from the other computer.
Note that the Library directory is hidden by default. In order to access it, in the Finder, while maintaining the option key pressed, select Go > Library from the main menu, and a finder window showing the Library directory will appear.
There are many ways you can access your audio files on a computer:
Note that the last two solutions will take more time, as the file will have to be sent to either your cloud storage or your email server through your internet connection.
iTunes File Sharing can be used to send files to, and receive files from TwistedWave on a computer using iTunes.
In order to use it, when you are editing a file, tap the export button, and select "Send to iTunes File Sharing". This will save your audio file in a special folder that can be accessed from iTunes.
In order to access the files you have exported, you should:
Now, you should see a section called "TwistedWave Documents" that shows all the files you have sent to iTunes File Sharing. You can then save them wherever you want, and use them on your computer.
Note that you can also use iTunes File Sharing to place files on your iPhone/iPad to be edited by TwistedWave. When you are in the File Sharing section of iTunes, simply drag and drop files in the "TwistedWave Documents" list, and they will be available in TwistedWave. In order to open them in TwistedWave, tap the "Import" button at the bottom of the document list, and select "iTunes File Sharing".
Unfortunately, iOS does not allow third party applications to add or replace a song from the iPod library. In order to do that, you will have to first copy your edited song to a computer with iTunes, add it to the music library, and synchronise it with your iPhone/iPad.
In the document list, TwistedWave shows the total amount of disk space used by each document. They can appear larger than expected for two reasons: