WavStudio USB Microphone Support

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. 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.

*Note: If playback does not work when USB mic is connected, you must disable USB audio routing. This can be done by enabling the option “Prevent USB audio routing” in the Developer Options of your device’s settings app. 

Any testers who can provide insight of their device compatibility, please add a comment below.

USB microphones used with WavStudio

  • Samson Q1U
  • Zoom H5 recorder (Mic only, mono output)
  • Samson Go Mic

6 Replies to “WavStudio USB Microphone Support”

  1. My phone is otg supported, KitKat 4.4.2, CPU 1.3 ghz quadcore mediatake MT6582, RAM 1gb, kernel version 3.4.67 and internal memory is 8gb.
    Do it will support usb audio or usb mic?

  2. Hi there I just stumbled on this app and hope it’s exactly what I’ve been looking for. I currently have it downloaded on my Google pixel XL and I’m about to test my blue snowball and yeti using the “otg” adapter that the pixel came with. What settings do you guys suggest to get optimal results from these microphones?

  3. Nice work guys. I have tested recording via USB with Zoom H5 recorder, phone is Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 (Snapdragon 625, Android 7). Successfully captured mono track from stereo mic (not sure if one of L/R or sum of them), instrument inputs were ignored. Playback was routed through H5 output.

  4. Hi,

    I nearly fell off my chair when this recognised my Samson Go Mic and then actually recorded some test audio without crashing like all the other apps that claim to be able to do this, but can’t really. Thanks! 🙂

    For anyone else trying this for the same purpose, remember to unplug your mic to playback the recording – the OTG connection mutes your phone otherwise. I suppose it’s interpreting the mic as a USB speaker maybe?

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