Spire Recorder

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Spire Recorder

Passionately designed by iZotope, an Emmy Award-winning audio technology company, the Spire 4-track recorder is like having an audio engineer in your pocket. Spire automatically adds professional polish to your recordings, so you can record, mix, and share great-sounding audio from anywhere.

Whether on the couch, at rehearsal, or on the fly, your songwriting sessions and demos have never sounded this good:

- Get insanely, impossibly, “how-did-they-even-do-that" great audio quality. Spire runs on much of the same powerful processing as iZotope's flagship software. Your tracks are instantly and automatically enhanced with built-in de-esser, dynamic EQ, compression, stereo imager (opt-in), and a limiter.
- Keep your hands on your instrument. Voice command offers hands-free control to get your recording started.
- Never lose the beat. Keep perfect time with a streamlined in-app metronome.
- Creatively customize each track. Control volume and L-R panning with simple, touch-and-drag mixing controls.
- Share your song with the world. Share your finished recording through text, email, or other storage services.

Record. Mix. Share. Spire.

Devices and Platforms Supported: iPhone / iPad

App Categories: Media, Music & Video

Nominated for: 2018 July Awards
Gold Award
Best Designed Mobile App 2015 Fall Awards
Platinum Award
Best Mobile Interface

Price: Free

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