The future of music recording is wireless, portable and simple

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–iZotope, Inc., Emmy-winning expert in intelligent audio technology, announces retail availability of Spire Studio for September 27, 2017 – a wireless, portable, multitrack recording system that goes anywhere. Working with the free, built-in iOS Spire app, this versatile system makes it easy to capture and develop your music in professional quality, from the moment of inspiration to sharing it with the world.

Spire Studio’s compact and portable design fits in a small bag or guitar case, turning any location into a professional studio. Built with a long-lasting rechargeable battery, Spire Studio is ready for hours of recording wherever the creative process unfolds.

At home or on the go, musicians and songwriters can now record and edit their music with a studio-grade built-in mic and a host of creative effects like amp models, reverbs and delays. To get projects started quickly and easily, iZotope’s intelligent audio processing eliminates setup time and distorted sounds by automatically adjusting recording levels with a single “Soundcheck” button.

Spire Studio also simplifies the multitrack recording process, making it easy to layer and mix up to eight individual parts to create a polished song that can be shared with audio editing software, cloud storage services, or employees and members of the group all over the world.

“Spire reduces setup time and the technical complexity of the recording experience, allowing artists to focus on capturing creative moments in a quality they’re used to hearing from a professional studio. “, says Colin Thurmond, Product Marketing Manager iZotope “We have continually seen Spire Studio resonate with all kinds of musicians – from classical to rock, and from folk to hip-hop – in addition to producers, sound engineers and even podcasters .”

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Retail Availability

Available September 27, 2017 ahead of the holiday season, Spire Studio retails for $349 on, as well as at the following online retailers:

Spire on tour and supporting partner of slingshot

Spire Studio will bring its inspirational recording experience on the road in a custom camper van, transformed into a mobile recording studio, traveling to music festivals, honky-tonks and cities across the United States. Musicians along the route will have the opportunity to hop on board to experience Spire Studio and record their music in professional quality for free.

Along the way, Spire Studio will also support NPR Music’s Slingshot, a new collective effort among taste-making stations to elevate the profiles of outstanding emerging artists. Through Slingshot programming, these extraordinary artists will be introduced to NPR audiences across the country via the airwaves, social media, online and on the road – through field recordings, guest DJ spots, performances intimate and Tiny Desk concerts.

“We want to help artists capture their moments of creative inspiration and share them with the world. Whether in the recording studio or on a mountain in Colorado, Spire Studio has proven that great music can come from anywhere,” said iZotope Co-Founder and CEO Mark Ethier. “We’re proud to be a partner of NPR’s Slingshot program to help support public radio and talented new artists in authentic ways.”

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About iZotope

At iZotope, we’re obsessed with great sound. Our intelligent audio technology helps musicians, music producers and post audio engineers focus on their craft rather than the technology behind it. We design award-winning software, plug-ins, hardware, and mobile apps powered by the highest quality audio processing, machine learning, and amazingly intuitive interfaces. iZotope: the shortest path from sound to emotion.

Founded in 2001, iZotope is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. To learn more, visit us at and connect with us on Facebook,
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