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Bandlab’s Link Analog turns your phone in a mobile recording studio

By Marcus Wong - on 20 Jul 2018, 11:27am

Bandlab’s Link Analog turns your phone in a mobile recording studio

If you’re an avid musician; then you’d probably like nothing more than to be able to record music as you like it wherever you are. After all, inspiration can strike anywhere. Meet BandLab’s new Link Analog. Measuring just 70 x 42 x 77 mm and weighing just 378g, this tiny studio recorder is small enough to slip into any bag, and comes with a rechargeable battery for cords-free operation.

It’s got a Neutrik Combo Jack (that combines ¼”and XLR interfaces), one 1/8” Headphone jack, a 1/8” TRRS Speaker output jack, and a an adjustable gain knob so you can get just the right level for your instrument. What’s more, because it connects to your phone, you have your choice of recording apps to use, like BandLab, GarageBand, Music Memos, FL Studio and more. 

Use BandLab, and you’ll have the advantage of easy access to thousands of other loops and samples. There’s also the community of millions you can tap on for free music samples or inspiration. Practice, record, or perform with just the Link Analog and your phone.

It’s available now from Swee Lee and all authorized resellers for S$59.99.