USB Audio Driver Note:

USB drivers are not provided for Spatial Mic.

For macOS Spatial Mic works out-of-the-box with built-in core audio drivers – simply plug Spatial Mic into a free USB port on your computer.

For Windows, we recommend using ASIO4ALL. Please see the Spatial Mic User Manual for more information on setting up ASIO4ALL and the guide: Installing and Using ASIO4ALL for Windows. In order for Spatial Mic to be recognized by Windows 10 the operating system must be updated to the latest version and OS build. The release version must be later than 1703 to include the driver named: usbaudio2.sys and the associated inf file is usbaudio2.inf.

For Linux, Spatial Mic has been tested to work on Raspberry Pi 4 w/ Raspbian Buster (32-bit) and Ubuntu 20.04  (64-bit) using built-in ALSA drivers.


Spatial Mic Converter

The Spatial Mic Converter plugin transforms the raw audio signals from Spatial Mic to first or second order ambisonics, Surround Sound (up to 7.1.4 ATMOS) or virtual mic patterns including mid-side for mono or stereo output.

Download Software installers for Spatial Mic Converter Plugin (AAX/AU/VST3) for macOS and Windows:


Last updated: 6-12-2023



Spatial Mic Control

The Spatial Mic Control app provides remote manipulation of various hardware parameters on Spatial Mic USB/ADAT via USB.

Download Software installers for Spatial Mic Control app for macOS and Windows:


Last updated: 4-6-2022


MicNet Control

The MicNet Control application enables users to remotely monitor and adjust the output settings of Spatial Mic Dante. Instructions for using MicNet Control can be found in the Spatial Mic Dante user guide.

Download Software installers for MicNet Control app for macOS and Windows:


Last updated: 06-01-2023


Spatial Record App

The Spatial Record app provides a seamless method to record and preview multichannel audio files to devices like iPhones, iPads and laptops.

Download the Spatial Record App for iOS, macOS and Windows:


Last updated: 10-18-2023