Once social distancing rules are relaxed podcasters will be able to record up to four people in one room using four Rode NT-USB microphones connected to one computer.
There's a common misconception that the best voiceover microphones are condenser mics. But there are a number of fantastic dynamic mics available too.
Audified have revamped its long-lived AmpLion Pro with three legendary amplifier models, four cabinets, 15 stomp boxes, and 10 microphones using state-of-the-art component model and a new GUI.
In just five years, Aston Mics have created innovative and excellent studio microphones for producers. It'll be interesting to see how they develop now Music Tribe (Behringer) have acquired them.
The original Wireless GO is one of the most popular products from Rode. The Wireless GO II dual channel wireless microphone system adds lots more pro features over its predecessor.
The new Eikon EKD9 dynamic microphone is cpmparable to the Shure KSM8 and other reputable mics. Jay Asher discovered the EKD9 performance mic punches well above its price tag.
IK's best-selling mic preamp for mobile devices and tablets just added DSLR compatibility and more.
Top content creation equipment provider introduces the UM700 USB Desktop Mic aimed at providing a full featured universal mic at a remarkable value.
Podcasting is more popular than ever. Hollin Jones reveals his top picks for free or inexpensive software and hardware tools to get the job done.
iCON Pro Audio’s Cocoon and Martian are an eye- and ear-catching fusion of vintage-sounding clarity with bold, intergalactic design in the form of two large-diaphragm condenser microphones.
As mobile devices like laptops, phones and iPads get ever more powerful, here are five great additions to your music-making setup.
Ideal for podcasters and those recording vocals and narratives the new PreSonus PD-70 studio microphone promises much on a budget price.
ISOMICTM is guaranteed to capture voices like never before, thanks to the patented triangular capsule, capable of delivering a radio-ready sound with a 7 Hz to 87 kHz frequency range.
With podcasting more popular than ever, British mic specialists Sontronics have a sparkling new studio-quality mic that looks to fulfil your every need. Hollin Jones put it to the test.
Abbey Road Institute London and British microphone brand Sontronics are today pleased to announce their official partnership, following years of working together.