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Introducing the Smartphone Studio Mic: high quality audio recording, on any device, anywhere.

Cameron, in Product news
Dec 16, 2021 | 1 min read

If you’re a serious musician, you might already have some sort of microphone setup at home. But studio setups can be unnecessarily complicated and cumbersome. For example, what happens if you want to record something on the go? It isn’t always feasible to carry your computer, audio interface, XLR cables, and studio mics with you. What if you’re an aspiring content creator who wants to record for Instagram or TikTok? It’s inconvenient to record video and audio separately and then sync them together with editing software. Especially if you’re more of a casual musician, you might just want a simple setup that’s easy to use. This is where the Smartphone Studio Mic comes in. Whether you’re a professional or a hobbyist, this mic lets you create the recordings you need. Without sacrificing quality or convenience – you’ll be able to record everything with convenience.

Smartphone Studio Microphone


We believe that the best music tools are the ones you can take with you wherever you go. That is why we are launching our very first third-party microphone product, the Smartphone Studio Mic. This microphone is all about portable use; doesn’t even require an audio interface or even a computer. All you need is a smartphone and you’re good to go. The mic plugs directly into your phone’s USB-C or Lightning port. You don’t have to use software or a driver. Your smartphone will automatically detect the mic and use it for all audio recordings. You also do not need to charge the mic; as your phone will directly power it. This makes it the perfect microphone for convenient portable recording.


The Smartphone Studio Mic is universally compatible and works with both iOS and Android phones, as well as tablets. If you want, you can even use it with your Windows or Mac computer. To ensure that all your devices are supported, we have included 3 different cables – USB-C, Lightning, and USB-A.  Even better, the mic comes with a carrying pouch, mini tripod, and microphone mount. You won’t have to spend a single cent on additional accessories. 

Just like its name suggests, the Smartphone Studio Mic enables studio-quality recordings on your mobile device. With a frequency response of 20Hz -20kHz, this mic is capable of capturing the full audio spectrum of your instrument or vocals. The 85dB signal-to-noise ratio allows it to be silent even when recording quieter sound sources, and the cardioid polar pickup pattern ensures that it captures sound directly in front while effectively reducing background noise. This is a big upgrade compared to built-in smartphone mics, which tend to be noisy and capture everything, including unwanted sounds.             

The Smartphone Studio Mic also features additional functionality such as integrated gain control and a headphone output for direct monitoring. This means you can adjust your recording volume directly on the mic itself, and also listen to your recording in real-time. 

The Smartphone Studio Mic opens up an endless list of possibilities. You could use it as a portable live streaming device to upgrade the audio quality of your Instagram Live videos. Record yourself playing guitar and upload directly to YouTube without needing to splice the video and audio together separately. You could take it with you on tour to capture any song ideas you have without needing a studio setup. You could even keep it on your desk with the included tripod and use it as your daily Zoom meeting mic. 

With all these features at an affordable price point, the Smartphone Studio Mic is perfect for anyone who needs to record audio, regardless of the application. Click here to order yours now! 

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