iPhone recording app for capturing practices?

Get that song on tape! Errr... disk?
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Re: iPhone recording app for capturing practices?

Post by budda12ax7 » Sun Jun 10, 2018 9:16 am

OK....It's called the Presonus Duo Capture. Work on ipad or iphone....two tracks with volume control.

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Re: iPhone recording app for capturing practices?

Post by Igorilla » Wed Aug 29, 2018 10:44 am

marqueemoon wrote:
Mon Apr 30, 2018 3:00 pm
I know the mic in the phone is the one major limitation. Just hoping to find something simple with input level control and peak limiting. The ability to do some simple editing (cut out chatter, add fades, etc...) would be cool too, as would Dropbox integration.
I've been looking for a similar thing for years. Last week I got a used Shure MV88 lightning stereo condenser microphone. Well, the problem is solved, the quest is over.
The app it comes with, Shure Motiv +, gives you full control over input gain and several other things AND
you can do some simple editing in the app itself.

I tested it a couple of days ago with my band mate, two loud guitars, the mic at just 5 feet distace from the amps, and absolutely no clipping!
Great separation of instruments and clarity.

In the past we used the two condenser mics Zoom R16 comes with, which are great. But the incovinience
of editing recordings on computer afterwards is just meh.

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