We’ve punched up our app to include everything you’ve wanted – the ability to add songs and sound effects while you go live, toggle the microphone, and more so that you can take over the entire production of your own podcast or radio show.
Tap on REC to go directly to the console
Push REC at the top and choose to go live or record and then publish later. Make sure to adjust the microphone and switch it to ON to keep it on the entire time your broadcast, or hold down Push to Talk to only record vocals when you need to. Want to play songs? Tap on Add New Song to start pulling songs from your device, and set them on the decks. Play as you go, or choose Auto DJ to let the playlist run on its own. And don’t forget to tap on any of the sound effects on the right to add extra flair to your content.
When going live, you’ll get a chance to set up your track’s info before you go on the air. When recording offline, your track will instead be placed in your Drafts collection as soon as you choose to publish it.
From your Collections, manage your individual collection’s or track’s info. In your Settings you can opt to connect to your social networks, manage your console settings, report an issue to our support team, and much more.
When in doubt, you can also opt to Take the Tour in order to get a refresher on the app’s functions.
Edit: Shawn Thorpe over at Podcaster News gave Spreaker Studio a great review, but wanted to know if exporting and sharing options are available – and we give him, and you, a resounding yes, they are! You can automatically share tracks by tapping the Facebook and Twitter icons in your track’s Edit page, or by tapping on the share icon of an already published track. With published tracks, you’ll be able to select from the various social media apps you’ve already downloaded on your Android device, including Soundcloud and Youtube.
Now you have all the tools you need to create and share your original audio creations on your Android device!
And this release will also be marking a change in Spreaker’s apps. Soon you’ll be able to choose between two different apps: one focused on audio creation, and the other on listening. Soon you’ll get two condensed and efficient experiences.
Like the way it sounds? Download Spreaker Studio for Android now and give us your feedback!