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Blue Microphone Yeti USB Microphone
The Blue Yeti USB Microphone employs a unique, tri-capsule design and the ability to capture audio in up to 16-bit, 48 kHz resolution. This studio-quality microphone is highlighted by a mic with an integrated headphone amp that’s backed by an independent gain control for latency-free monitoring. Other features include microphone gain control, an instant mute function and an included stand that allows for pivoting in a variety of angles for ideal placement.
Shock Mount for Blue Yeti and Yeti Pro Microphones
Whether you’re podcasting at home or working in a professional studio, the most important item involved in the recording process is definitely a good microphone. But the audio produced by the most expensive microphone can be rendered unusable if it’s sitting on an unstable surface.
Pop Filter for Use with Recording, Podcasting, and Streaming Microphones
The Knox Gear Large Pop Filter is perfect for use with recording, podcasting, and streaming microphones. It’s a guard used by amateurs and professionals to achieve clearer audio recordings by eliminating ‘popping’ sounds from P’s and B’s. It also keeps saliva from hitting the microphone.
- Blue Microphone Yeti USB Microphone (Blackout)
- Shock Mount for Blue Yeti and Yeti Pro Microphones (Black)
- Desktop Boom Arm Microphone Stand
- Pop Filter (Large) for Use with Recording, Podcasting, and Streaming Microphones
Easy Setup: Simply plug Yeti into your computer’s USB port with the included USB cable, calibrate it with your operating system, and you’re ready to record—rain, shine or snow. Yeti offers driver-free operation, while the Yeti Pro requires easy-to-install drivers, available from Blue
Versatile: The Blue Microphone Yeti USB Microphone is a versatile microphone that’s great for recording vocals, podcasts, music, interviews, and even college lectures, depending on your sound source, this foldable microphone also allows the listener to select between stereo, cardioid, omnidirectional, or bi-directional polar patterns for optimal results
Modes: The stereo mode uses both the left and right channels, and is ideal for capturing a realistic, general sound image. Well-suited for podcasts, vocals, or game streaming, the cardioid mode records sound sources that are directly in front of the microphone. It delivers a rich, full-bodied sound. The omnidirectional mode picks up sound equally from all directions. It’s best used in situations when you want to capture the ambience of ‘being there’—like a live recording of a band’s performance
Adjustable Hinge: This Yeti mount features a fully adjustable hinge so you can quickly and easily set the microphone’s position to the angle that works best for you. The hinge is held in place by a thumb screw so you can set the tension as loose or as tight as you’d like, too