If you’re looking for a music recording device that you can take with you when you’re out and about, turning your Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra into a phone studio is quite easy to do. If you’ve been wondering, “How can I set up a recording studio on my phone?” we’ve got all the answers you need right here.

Boasting a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, the S22 Ultra is capable of delivering studio master quality, 24-bit, 96kHz sound, making it a great candidate for musicians who want to use their smartphone to record new music. If you want to turn your phone into a recording studio that you can use to capture new ideas in any location, you’ll find the information you need in this article.

Creating a phone recording studio with the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra

Here’s a breakdown of what you’ll need to turn your phone into a recording studio:

  • A Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra
  • An OTG USB-C to 3.5 mm audio jack adapter — As there is no headphone jack on the S22 Ultra, you will need to invest in an adapter. These are available from a wide range of suppliers online. There is a variety of different makes to suit different budgets, although it’s worth spending a little more to make sure you get good quality sound.
  • A DAW application — To record and edit your music, you’ll need to install a good digital audio workstation (DAW) on your phone. You can find dozens of suitable applications in the Google Play Store.
  • A good quality microphone — If you plan to record vocals on your phone or you would like to record guitar the traditional way (i.e. by miking up your cab) you’re going to need a good quality microphone. Depending on the instruments you’re recording, you may need to invest in a few different types of microphone.

Now you have all the equipment you need, you’re ready to set up a music studio on your phone.

Setting up your new phone studio

Follow the steps below, and you will soon be able to create multi-track recordings on your Galaxy S22 Ultra.

  1. Install a DAW — There are a variety of free and paid options available on the Google Play store, including FL Studio, Cubasis 3 and Audio Evolution Mobile Studio. You may want to try a few different options before settling on one.
  2. Connect your audio interface — This should be as simple as plugging your adapter into the USB-C port and then plugging your audio interface into the 3.5 mm audio jack.
  3. Configure your DAW — What you need to do now will depend on which recording studio app for Samsung Galaxy you choose to try first. But whichever one you choose, it will almost certainly have a menu option where you can select which audio device you wish to use. It will probably also allow you to choose an audio driver to use with your interface. We recommend following the advice in your audio interface manual and the DAW help files at this stage.
  4. Plug in your instrument or microphone — Whether you want to use an electric guitar directly through your interface or record vocals with a microphone, you can plug your mic or instrument cable in now.

That’s really all you need to do! Thanks to the premium audio capabilities of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, you should be able to achieve professional-sounding results in no time.

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