With the Mic Port Pro 2, you can plug in an XLR mic in and record directly into your computer.
There’s not much the Rodecaster Pro can’t do. Considered essential for some podcasters, but overkill for others. Let’s find out which camp you’re in!
Discover the pros and the cons of the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2, plus listen to recording samples!
In this review, I’ll be taking take a deep look at Scarlett’s smallest offering; a compact, affordable, USB audio interface and pre-amp, built for solo recording. The Solo takes inputs from one XLR cable and one 6.3mm jack, and feeds them into your computer via a USB cable. It’s an interesting piece of kit that
What factors can we look at to determine our studio needs when it comes to an audio interface? What technical considerations are important? Over the course of my education and career, I have likely purchased more audio interfaces than any other piece of equipment. Here, I’ll attempt to pass on everything I’ve learned along the
When you buy a microphone for podcasting, one of the big considerations in that process is “dynamic or condenser?” If you’re not already familiar with these terms, don’t worry. They’re basically the two most common ways a microphone is built, how it functions, and how it records sound. This isn’t an in-depth comparison of dynamic and
I’m a long time admirer of Focusrite gear. The English audio equipment manufacturer has an outstanding global reputation for developing some of the best kit on the market. I’ve been using the Focusrite Scarlett 18i8 Second Generation‘s little brother – the 2i2 – for a few years now, and I think it’s a fantastic USB
The M-Audio M-Track Eight‘s name doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue, but then few pieces of audio equipment do. The MTE (let’s call it that for short) is a USB preamp with eight XLR/1/4″ combo inputs. At £260/$400 it isn’t exactly a budget piece of gear, so why might you want one to record your