Spire Studio’s hardware is engineered to bring your song from an idea to a complete track, packed with features to help you focus on what matters—being creative.
Foster the People frontman Mark Foster takes us through his songwriting process with iZotope’s Spire Studio, showcasing its unique ability to track high-quality songs, without needing a computer or extra gear.
Watch and listen as Boston-based singer-songwriter Aubrey Haddard performs and records her single “Swim” using Spire Studio.
Watch how rapper and hip-hop producer Latrell James uses Spire Studio to record a song. After importing his beat, he layers eight tracks using the built-in pro-quality microphone, and exports to SoundCloud with one tap.
We brought Merrill Garbus and Chris Thile together and gave them four hours to see what they could make with just their instruments, their voice, and Spire Studio.
We caught up with Laura Jane Grace, singer of punk rock band Against Me!, to see how she fits Spire Studio into her creative process. Watch her record an original song titled “Park Life Forever” using her guitar, voice, and Spire Studio.
Weight: 1.6 lbs.
Dimensions: 4.8 x 4.4 x 3.4 inches
Inputs: 2 XLR/TS combo jacks, 48v Phantom Power
Outputs: Two headphone 1/8" outputs
Sample Rate/Bit Depth: 48 kHz/24-bit
Connection Type: Built-in Wi-Fi network
Power Supply: Universal power adapter
Battery: Internal rechargeable lithium-ion
Battery Life: 4+ hours
Supported Operating System: Android, iOS
The Spire app for iOS and Spire Studio are compatible with 64-bit iOS devices running iOS 13 or higher, including those listed below and any newer iPad/iPhone models.
The Spire Studio Controller app for Android and Spire Studio are officially tested and supported on Samsung Galaxy S series phones from the S7 and above. At this time we are unaware of issues on any devices running Android 8.0 or higher.