One thing that I like about Android music applications
is that there is not many big companies involved
(so far guess only one, Reactable),
just a couple of persons or in most cases one person
developing something for the love of it all, and of course for some financial gain if possible
or when it is for free guess it is for fame and glory.
In either case Ik Multimedia has some time back developed some hardware
that works with the Android phone-
A standalone microphone that can get connected,
a DJ two channel mixer, guitar cable connector and a microphone you just plug in to the headphone jack with a side connection for headphone/speakers.
Haven't tried any of these devices or the irecorder application...
But have very big interest in the microphone that you plug into the headphone output.
So the irecorder application is for free and have some functions that are interesting
but how many of them that are included and which ones they want you to pay for
is not totally clear and you have to pay for some of the functions to be activated.
Guess it is just to try it as it is for free.
Playstore link for the iRig Recorder application:
Link to IK Multimedia Webpage: