“How can I record to my Nexus 7 with an external microphone?” This question has been posed across the internet as Nexus 7 users search for ways to get high quality audio into their Android tablets. Fortunately, it is possible! There area actually multiple ways. Let’s take a look at the possibilities! Continue reading
Want to record to an Android app with something a little better than your phone’s built in microphone? Do you want to use an XLR microphone that rejects more background noise and focuses on the sounds that you want recorded?
Unfortunately, most Android devices don’t come with an XLR jack for you to plug in your professional XLR microphone. Most Android devices do, however, have a TRRS jack. TRRS is a 4-contact version of the common 3.5mm stereo headphone jack. The extra contact allows a microphone input to be included. Do you want to use an XLR microphone that rejects more background noise and focuses on the sounds that you want recorded?
One of the simplest ways to record to any Android app using an XLR microphone is to use an XLR to TRRS adapter. Continue reading
Many Android users have felt left out as iOS users hook up and record from their fancy Blue Microphones into their iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches. No longer! With the “USB Audio Recorder PRO” app by eXtream Software Development, Android devices can now record via USB microphones and audio interfaces plugged into the microUSB charging port.
I decided to try it for myself(and for you). Continue reading