This week, iZotope announced their Spire Recorder for iPhone. Spire offers musicians and “audio dabblers” the capability to record, mix, and share their content via an “easy-to-use and powerful” four-track recording app, powered by iZotope’s digital signal processing (DSP) technology.
Users can record up to four tracks, tap and set tempo with a streamlined metronome, and personalize each track with simple touch-and-drag mixing controls. Users can share their creation via text and email, or share more widely by submitting tracks to the Made With Spire SoundCloud.
Spire features include:
- High quality sound created with Spire’s built-in limiter, de-esser, dynamic EQ, compressor, and stereo imager
- Simplified touch-and-drag mixing and adjustable mic input controls
- Voice command offers hands-free control so you can keep your hands on your instrument
- Streamlined metronome
- Sharing capabilities – users can share finished recording through text, email, apps or other storage services like Google Drive and Dropbox.
Pricing and Availability. Spire Recorder v1.0 is available now via the Apple App Store as a free download. Spire is compatible with iPhone and iPod touch, and requires iOS 8.1 or later.