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    Anyone here have any thoughts on recording quality of the izotope spire studio, read some pretty good reviews, I believe it will record up to 8 tracks if only the built in mic is exceptional for a built in mic because I'd want to do all recording, guitar, mando and vocals acoustically.

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    I've never used one but a couple months ago I watched a review/demo video that did a recording project. I am familiar with the host of this channel and he tends to review things he likes and passes on things he doesn't. Generally if he does a video then he things it's alright. You can be the judge of the outcome.

    https://youtu.be/iGR10uYJPp8

    It seemed easy enough to use that you could couple it with an external mic later on down the line and up your productions.

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    tks alot, pretty impressive and should make some nice sounding home recordings

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    I own a Spire. It’s a very handy little multitrack recorder. Sound quality with the built-in mic is good, but not as good as can be achieved using the phantom powered XLR inputs with a high quality condenser. The app is very easy. They have added some features since I first installed it, which improved the editing capabilities. It’s intended as a streamlined songwriting and arranging sketch pad for practice and easy collaboration/file sharing. It does all this phenomenally well. It is NOT ProTools-In-A-Box. As long as your expectations are properly calibrated, I expect you will not be disappointed.
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