Let me try to help you. The iRig has a button which should be set as shown in the picture below.
The head of the micro should then be set some 40 cm from the hole of the guitar and the iPhone (or, for that matter, any Android phone) should be set with its volume amplification roughly in the midle of the scale. But this can be adjusted by playing some notes in your guitar and verifying that the audio volume scale in the HandyRec does not go too much beyond the green area. If yes, then the volume of the iPhone should be decreased (or increased if the captured signal is too weak). In my case I'm using an Apple accessory, a Lightning to 3.5 mm Headphone Jack Adapter
($9.00) to connect the the iRig to my iPhone.
The next thing is to do your record and transfer the .wav audio file from your iPhone to a designated folder in your PC. I wouldn't know how to do it on an Android smartphone, but if you have an iPhone you should connect it via a Lightning to USB Cable
to a PC and start iTunes to synchronize it. You then select the iPhone on the menu on your left and click File Sharing. The ZOOM app should appear on a list of apps on the right side of the screen. If you select it, all .wav audio files on the iPhone associated with the app will be displayed and you can then drag and drop into the folder the one you want.
Once the .wav file in the PC, you open it with Audacity, edit it if you want and audio export
it in .mp3 or .wma formats for listening or posting (.wma only) in this Forum. During the Audacity session you adjust the PC volume as you see fit.
And that is all
. Please, let me know if you still have any doubts.
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