(as of May 17,2022 17:25:02 UTC – Details)
Depending on what kind of sound you are recording, you can choose from four distinct pattern modes:
*Stereo mode: The stereo mode uses both the left and right channels, and is ideal for capturing a realistic, general sound image.
*Cardioid mode: Well-suited to podcasts, sung vocals, and other voice work, cardioid mode records sound sources that are directly in front of the microphone. It delivers a rich, full-bodied sound.
*Omnidirectional mode: Omnidirectional mode picks up sound equally from all directions. It is best used in situations when you want to capture the ambience of "being there" – like a live recording of a band’s performance.
*Bidirectional mode: Bidirectional mode records from both the front and the rear of the microphone. It is ideal for capturing the nuance of a musical instrument, or recording an interview between two people.
Its metal grille and shiny frame recall the look of old-timey microphones.
Because it’s built on a hinge, you can adjust and pivot the microphone in relation to the sound source, improving sound quality.
Once you have it at a desired angle, you can use the set screws to secure it in place.
The microphone can also be folded down for easy portability, or removed completely from its base for field recordings.
The requires no complicated drivers to operate; simply plug it into your computer’s USB port with the included USB cable, calibrate it with your operating system, and you’re ready to record.
Suitable for voice-over sound studio, recording and so on.
Tri-capsule array – 3 condenser capsules can record almost any situation.
Multiple pattern selection – cardioid, bidirectional, omnidirectional & stereo.
Perfect for vocals, musical instruments, podcasting,, voiceovers, interviews, field recordings, conference calls.
Plug ‘n play – Mac and PC compatible.