iZotope—the experts in intelligent audio technology—are launching the new Second Generation of their acclaimed Spire Studio, the smart recording device that connects into the cloud-based Spire ecosystem of recording, production, and collaboration tools.
With Spire, musicians can focus on the joy of creating music rather than the headaches of traditional recording set-ups and gear. A streamlined, intuitive workflow, powered by intelligent audio processing and cloud-based production tools, makes it simple and fun to record ideas, build up tracks, and collaborate with other artists and producers. From start to finish, Spire users have access to creative effects, visual mixing tools, and AI-powered enhancement features that get songs ready for release to fans, friends, and family.
Spire’s quick and easy way of working continues to be a go-to for quarantine-driven creativity. Serving as both a recording studio and a recording engineer, Spire has been adopted by a wide array of critically acclaimed recording artists for their home recording needs including Phoebe Bridgers and Phish’s Trey Anastasio. Both artists have shared how Spire Studio made recording sessions possible while in isolation:
The surge in public demand for Spire Studio among both professional recording artists and hobbyists alike resulted in sold-out inventory at the height of the pandemic. iZotope turned this into an opportunity to update and further innovate the underlying technology.
With the introduction of the new Spire Studio to the Spire ecosystem, musicians can get access to the latest recording hardware, the free Spire companion app for iOS and Android, as well as six free months of Spire Pro for iOS, an exclusive collection of AI-powered features for enhanced sound and creative inspiration.
Key features include:
Pricing and Availability:
Spire Studio (2nd Generation) is available through select global retailers for $499 USD MSRP.
Learn more at www.izotope.com/spire
iZotope’s award-winning music production software—including Ozone for mastering, Neutron for mixing and RX for audio restoration and enhancement—has also helped to shape records by countless major recording artists, including Beyonce, Sia, Doja Cat, Shawn Mendes, Foo Fighters, Imagine Dragons, and Kendrick Lamar. iZotope is being recognized this year by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences with a Scientific and Engineering Award for the RX audio processing system’s achievements in the advancement of the motion picture industry, enabling countless films and TV shows to restore damaged, noisy audio to pristine condition using AI and machine learning technology.
For more information, please contact
Joe Cohen or Carla Sacks at Sacks & Co., 212.741.1000
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