Gadget of the Week: Recording music on the go – in studio quality

studio-qualityMusicians and radio journalists know just how important a good-quality microphone is. But we all know that real life writes the best stories, and getting hold of them means leaving the studio once in a while. Problem is, it’s not exactly practical taking a lot of studio equipment with you on the street. Well, the gadget of the week is here to help: Apogee has developed a microphone that makes studio-quality recording portable.

Their condenser microphone is no larger than an iPod, making it ideal for when you’re on the go. The varying distance between the flexible membrane and the return electrode converts incoming sound waves into an electrical signal. A PureDIGITAL connection makes top-quality sound possible everywhere. The device’s simplicity and ease of use make it a perfect companion for on the go, especially since it requires no complicated setting up. All you need to do is connect it to your smartphone or laptop, and you can start recording. A real bonus is being able to instantly access and work on the recording on the device itself. If you ever wondered what your own voice sounds like, now’s your chance to find out.

Every year at Prolight + Sound, thousands of music fans meet and discuss the latest trends in music technology. This studio-quality microphone is ideal for recording vocals, instrumentals, or interviews – a package that will see it make a real name for itself in the branch.

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Picture source: Apogee Digital

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