Bluetooth and AirPlay Output

You can use Bluetooth or AirPlay devices for output, while using the internal iOS device mic, headset connected mics, or Lightning devices such as our iTestMic2 or iAudioInterface2.

To do this, follow these steps:

  • Connect your microphone to AudioTools, if you are using an external mic
  • Open the iOS control panel. This is a swipe down from the upper-right corner on most iPhones and iPad
  • In the Music control. tap the circle in the upper right corner to show available devices
  • Select your AirPlay or Bluetooth audio device
  • Back in AudioTools, audio output will be directed to linked device. If there is no audio, or if you hear stuttering audio, go to the Settings->General->Global audio page in AudioTools, and turn on "Limit Sample Rate to 44.1k", as many BT devices don't handle our default 48k
  • Adjust the audio level of the connected device using the iOS devices volume up/down buttons

To return audio output to the normal path, go back to the sound control panel and select the iOS device