Stereo Recordings On iOS Devices
Below this forum post, I can see that there's a podcast demoing the IM2. It was posted in January 2012, and hopefully, it'll help.
This seems to be the item that Paul mentioned in his comment #1.
The podcast was done back in 2012 and I wonder if things have advanced here. Really would like to get any stereo microphone for my iPhone 4S but don't want to purchase the wrong product and hassle returning it if it doesn't work. thanks.
hello: I to have also been looking into this. I'd love to use my bunaural mics with my iphone 5 but the tscam or how ever you spell it,adaptor uses the 30 pin connection
Hey guys. If you want to record and stereo from your lightning port and use voice over, I recommend the zoom IQ five. You can record in CD-quality sound with a 90° or 120° stereo simulation. I haven't had the chance to really put it through its paces yet, but here's a demo that should give you all the info you need. Hope this helps. :-) http://borris.me/audio/IQ5.mp3
I also recomend the zoom Iq5 mic. It sound sgoof drom what I hear. Although I don't use it it's enough for me to listen to it to know it works and works well. As for th eperson that commencded that they plug stuff in via line in, you are dead wrong. you cannot go line in to computer on the iphone, not yet. So do somer some more research before typing.
Well done recording, and I too would love to get the microphone, but I've got an iPhone 4S and hadn't intended to upgrade. So is there something I can use on that device? I do have a Braille display so maybe there is something that could work, least I hope so.
Hi Paul, I am considering one of the stereo interfaces you mentioned above.\
I'd like to know which apps you used to record with these devices.
I'm going to use an old iPhone 4s to do some field recordings.
I recommend the Shure MV88 microphone for ios! It works great! It has the lightning connector for those who need it. For something with the 30 pin connection i am not sure what will work. Good luck!