Mobile interfaces usually connect to your device via Lightning, USB or auxiliary. Make sure the interface you choose is compatible with your device.
Since portability is key, most mobile interfaces have one input for either an instrument or a microphone.
Similar to mobile interfaces, most microphones made for mobile recording connect via Lightning, auxiliary or USB. Stereo microphones are a great way to capture better-quality audio on-the-go.
MIDI keyboards can access a library of sounds stored directly on your device via Lightning or USB.
Although mobile devices provide quality sound, it is important to have a set of headphones that will allow you to listen to your performance without interfering with your recording.
Capturing video is a great way to document your performance to share with friends and family or promote online. Most cameras have the option for a microphone attachment, allowing you to record great audio and video simultaneously.
Clips and mounts allow you to find the "sweet spot" in your environment and focus your attention on your performance.
Unlock your recording's creative potential with the right stands to experiment with placement. Cases, battery life and the right cables are also things to consider for the travelling artist.
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