World’s first portable recording studio for smartphones released

Studio Stick is a portable device that allows artists to record high quality music or audio directly on their smartphones or tablets

Studio Stick is the world’s first portable recording studio for smartphones that allows users to record high quality songs/audio anywhere on the go for an extremely lower cost than professional studio time. Studio Stick is now currently live on Kickstarter and raising funds to bring the project to life.

“Professional studios can cost upwards of hundreds of dollars per hour making access for independent artists extremely cost prohibitive” says 25 year old rapper and Studio Stick creator Brandyn Armstrong. “Artists also want to be able to capture their creative ideas that instant moment they’re inspired but they’re currently limited because nothing previously gave them that option. That’s why I created the Studio Stick, to make recording efficient for artists throughout the world.”

The Studio Stick is a revolutionary new product which aims to democratize the studio recording experience by giving artists access to a professional recording studio at a fraction of the cost.

The Studio Stick is a small, 20-inch container that opens and expands to an adjustable height. Once opened and expanded, it reveals a microphone, pop filter, mic stand, reflective filter, and phone holder; and in conjunction with the Studio Stick mobile app, artists can record high quality songs anywhere.

On the Studio Stick app, artists can record, mix, and master songs, just like they were in a traditional recording studio. Artists can sell or purchase beats directly from other users via the apps marketplace as well as manage their profiles. A built in messaging feature also makes possible collaborations seamless. Once fully finished with their songs, the artist can distribute them to major online retailers such as iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, etc. all through the Studio Stick App.

“The Studio Stick allows artists—musicians, podcasters, lecturers, etc. —to record their songs/ideas at the moment they’re inspired while giving them a full mobile recording studio experience,” says founder and CEO Brandyn Armstrong. “With one small upfront cost, the artist can then record high quality audio whenever they want, and wherever they want. The Studio Stick is the ideal solution to solving the problems of expensive studio costs.”

Last month, Armstrong appeared on Steve Harvey’s Funderdome where he competed for startup funding. Studio Stick has been gaining mass appeal from media and supporters across the country. The product allows musicians to record high quality songs any time while on the go for a very inexpensive price. Studio Stick retails for for $249 at Kickstarter — a major savings compared to traditional recording studios which can cost more than $50 hourly. Armstrong even received an unexpected Instagram message from celebrity rapper ASAP Rocky commending him for his work and inventions.

Author: Buddy Iahn

Buddy Iahn founded The Music Universe when he decided to juxtapose his love of web design and music. As a lifelong drummer, he decided to take a hiatus from playing music to report it. The website began as a fun project in 2013 to one of the top independent news sites.