After weeks of rumors that Mackie would be releasing a new Element USB condenser mic, we now have the official word that there are in fact three.
Behringer revealed Bigfoot, a USB-powered microphone geared specifically towards podcasters looking for quality recordings on a budget.
The IK Multimedia iRig Keys 2 line includes everything you need, plus a sound card and a headphone out put. What else could you need?
USB 4.0 has been announced, and it will support the same specs as Thunderbolt 3 -- which could solve a lot of the confusion that comes with today's ports.
Sound Devices has taken the wraps off of two new audio interfaces -- the MixPre-3, with three inputs, and MixPre-6, wth six inputs.
Well, here’s an interesting one…a microphone that has analog signal processors BUILT INTO IT. This immediately caught my attention. The Aphex Microphone X is a USB cardioid condensor microphone with a compressor and exciter built into it. On top of that it also has a headphone amp built right in, so you can plug your headphones directly into the microphone. Now, as someone who likes to...[Read More]
Yes, it’s true, I am not a Behringer fan. Most of their gear seems a little flimsy and frankly not very appealing, with a few exceptions. However their newest release did catch my eye. It seems that the iPad is becoming more and more a part of the digital audio world today with the release of the iX16, an iPad controlled mixer which also doubles as an 18 channel USB interface. Here’s t...[Read More]