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Recording music with Android

Discussion in 'Recording Gear and Equipment [BG]' started by Mcgiver69, Jan 2, 2013.

  1. Mcgiver69

    Mcgiver69

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    Hi guys,

    Just to let you know that there is a company that has developed a driver that bypasses Android audio system and let's you record and playback music using a USB device. At the moment they have only integrated the driver into their stand-alone recorder but it's a very good start.

    You can download the demo version and test your phone or tablet and your interface with it and if you like it then can buy the pro version (it goes for something like $2 or $3)

    Please see the info here:
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...diorecorderpro

    Here's a list of devices and interfaces that work with the driver:
    http://www.extreamsd.com/USBAudioRecorderPRO/
  2. theory028

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    Interesting find. I've been jealous of my dad because he has an iPad and, from the looks of things, music related accessories are profoundly more common for iOS. I'm not sure that I would ever fully utilize something like this but I love the thought and it would probably be worth testing out. It's about time the Android audio segment make some advancements.

    Seeing the Focusrite 2i2 on the compatible list has piqued my interest. At the same time, it's bus powered and, paired with my laptop, it's about as portable as I could have hoped for.

    This is good news, regardless. I hope this convinces companies to start putting out stuff similar to the iRig. Tablets and phones strike me more as being better practice tools than DAWs.
  3. grvthang

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    It's about time! It seems like it's taken forever to get audio recording capabilities up to speed on Android.
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