iZotope Spire Studio Brings Wireless Recording To iOS

iZotope has introduced Spire Studio, a wireless recording system for iOS, designed to make it easy to record and edit audio anywhere you like.

Spire Studio works together with a free iOS app to deliver a new kind of recording experience, letting you record, edit, mix and share music from your mobile device. 


  • Internal studio-quality microphone for a professional sound.
  • Automatically set recording levels with a single button to eliminate set-up time and distorted sounds.
  • Record with effects, including reverbs, delays, and amp models, with zero-latency monitoring.
  • iZotope’s intelligent sound processing technology gives recordings professional polish.
  • Layer up to eight tracks per project.
  • Built-in Wi-Fi connection from Spire Studio to the Spire app.
  • Battery operated so you can record for hours on the go.
  • Grace Design preamps for pristine clarity.
  • Two combo jacks for plugging in your instruments or mics with +48 V phantom power.
  • Automatically sync tracks between hardware and software for seamless version control.
  • LED touchscreen to adjust volume, mute, and delete tracks.
  • Intuitive mixing and editing.
  • Collaborate on projects with musicians anywhere in the world from your iPhone.
  • Export your music to a computer or favorite audio editing software like Pro Tools, iMovie, and Logic, or upload to storage platforms like iCloud, Dropbox, and Google Drive. Availability & Spire on Tour

Pricing and Availability

Spire Studio will be available for $349 in Fall 2017. See the Spire site for more info.

10 thoughts on “iZotope Spire Studio Brings Wireless Recording To iOS

  1. Looks to be very cool, useful. My only disappointment is that it seems that it has only a mono mic – stereo would have been sweeter.

  2. I don’t get the wireless functionality? Couldn’t they have just made it a dock for your phone? That would actually be a tidier package.

  3. Everything has some limitations and so does this. But the features are quite impressing and the bonus is that it costs much less than other portable audio records whose cost start from around 500 bucks.

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