WavStudio version 1.0.24 will now support USB audio input. This feature is still in the R&D phase, but should work on most supported phones when used with class compliant audio devices. While untested, there is also the possibility of OTG soundcards to function without any further development. USB audio output is not currently supported.
Recording format will vary between devices; The mic’s default configuration is used with a preferred 44.1kHz sample rate.
Any testers who can provide insight of their device compatibility, please add a comment below.
Working USB microphones & soundcards:
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