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How to record iOS screen captures in (((STEREO)))

edited July 2018 in App Tips and Tricks

iOS screen capture in stereo with perfect sync!

Proof...

Comments

  • Thanks man! This is so good!

  • Nice work!

  • thanks, next step is to see if this can work with a camera microphone plugged in and AB 3.1. Could be some fun on the road rambling. 8)

  • I need to get an Audio interface...

    But which one??? :o

  • Bonkers!

    Thanks!!!

  • edited July 2018

    @tja said:
    I need to get an Audio interface...

    But which one??? :o

    For this I do like the UCA202. Only 30$, runs on ipad power, so no need for batteries or a power adapter and to my ears sounds great for the price. It is light weight and fits fine in my hoodie pocket for on the run stuff. I also have a couple Roland Duo Captures but they are more for stationary couch or (shudder) desk work.

  • Nice!

    Well, it has a Digital -> analog -> digital loop, so not perfect, but way better than mono when you need it.

  • @Hmtx said:
    Nice!

    Well, it has a Digital -> analog -> digital loop, so not perfect, but way better than mono when you need it.

    Yah, the better the audio interface the better it sounds. When I am home I use the Roland Duo Capture which sounds just as good to pure digital for me.

  • That's a nice 'trick' :)

    The UCA-202 has quite a lot of 'bleed thru' between the input & output.

    Try 'recording' something without anything connected to UCA-202's input while something is playing and then normalise the recording. (You'll get a low-frequency rumbled version of the stuff that was actually playing).

    When I use the UCA-202 to record something I always monitor thru the iPad's built-in 3.5mm jack to avoid having the output bleed back into the recording. It results in cleaner recordings...

    But for this purpose I guess it's fine :)

  • edited July 2018

    @Samu said:
    That's a nice 'trick' :)

    The UCA-202 has quite a lot of 'bleed thru' between the input & output.

    Try 'recording' something without anything connected to UCA-202's input while something is playing and then normalise the recording. (You'll get a low-frequency rumbled version of the stuff that was actually playing).

    When I use the UCA-202 to record something I always monitor thru the iPad's built-in 3.5mm jack to avoid having the output bleed back into the recording. It results in cleaner recordings...

    But for this purpose I guess it's fine :)

    Yah the UCA 202 is for on the road youtube goofing only. As mentioned the Roland Duo Capture is for home and pretty amazing for this.

  • “Proof” your demo in the OP is very effective in proving your point. I liked it and I listened the whole way through without caring at all that it had an extra D-A-D conversion. B)

  • Very nice trick!!! I really liked your crazy BM3 track!

  • @Hmtx said:
    “Proof” your demo in the OP is very effective in proving your point. I liked it and I listened the whole way through without caring at all that it had an extra D-A-D conversion. B)

    @Janosax said:
    Very nice trick!!! I really liked your crazy BM3 track!

    Thanks, glad you liked the track. :blush:

  • @AudioGus said:
    iOS screen capture in stereo with perfect sync!

    Proof...

    nice!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I have the audiofuse. Confused how to get it to work. Did not get any sound
    Connect input to output?

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