Apple iOS Home Recording Hardware Options

Apple iOS Home Recording Hardware Options

You can record music on your Apple device. Apple was the first company to make apps available to users of mobile devices, and with its inception, it was able to provide a fairly wide range of devices that could allow you to use your iPhone or iPad to record your music. Currently, here are some of the hardware options that can create music on your Apple device.
Hint

“Since Apple devices have been around for a while, there’s been support for USB audio with iOS software — almost any USB interface will work with an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. However, it is highly recommended to choose the app first and then find out which devices are supported.”

However, here are the proven hardware options for iOS devices:
Apogee: Apogee creates high quality audio interfaces that are used in the best studios. It has several studio quality interfaces for iOS devices, including One, Duet, and Quartet. These devices are more expensive than others, but they are worth it if you want to score as high as possible.

Blue Microphones: Blue makes some great microphones, and it has two dedicated mics for iOS devices: Spark Digital and Mikey. Both work properly and work flawlessly.

IK Multimedia: IK Multimedia offers a fairly wide range of interfaces for the iPhone, iPad and iPod.

Tascam: Tascam was the first company to manufacture a multi-track personal recorder with a four-track Portastudio cassette in the 1970s. It now offers some options for iOS devices, including an iXZ interface and an iM2 microphone.