The price/performance standard in side-address studio condenser microphone technology; ideal for project/home-studio applications. Pivoting, threaded stand. Instruction Manual. ATUSB+. Cardioid Condenser USB Microphone. Contents. Introduction & features 3. Setting up your microphone with pivot mount . Side-address studio condenser microphone with USB digital output (Windows and Mac compatible) offers studio-quality articulation and intelligibility. Based on .
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It’s heavy duty and made to last. Mamual of us fiddled with it for hours yesterday and eventually got it to work with the software. It allows me to hear nuances in all areas of my recording needs that do not get picked up with basic recording equipment. Not only is it easy to set up and use, but the sound quality is excellent.
What else could you ask for? A special driver is not necessary.
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I highly recommend this mic for any recording studio. With low self-noise, the AT USB is perfectly suited for sophisticated digital recording equipment. Actual selling price may vary; please check with an authorized Audio-Technica dealer. Mic is extremely fussy with Audacity on a Windows 7 laptop. Bought this microphone a few years ago and I love it. The looks great.
I have a Youtube channel i use this mic for recording and it is just manuql amazing microphone. My main experience has been with voice and it picks up voice very well. I bought this mic, plugged it in and had an afternoon of at20200, low-level recording issues in Audacity, Ableton Live and then Adobe Audition.
The quality is better than I expected, I often get a sound check from coworkers and the response is always one of disbelief that I am using a Condenser mic on a boom over my monitor – the sound is crystal clear and with no interference or noise.
You may contact your audio interface manufacturer to inquire of their drivers. My radio network client said use this from now on.
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Regardless, the mic is useless to me, whatever the cause of this issue. I also note that the mic has been discontinued without explanation by audo-technica. Like the AT, it features a low-mass diaphragm, custom-engineered for extended frequency response and superior transient response.
Please contact our Audio Solutions Department at ext or at audio-solutions atus. The Audio Technica AT is my very first foray into the wonderful world of at20020 condenser microphones. I use this mic for recording podcasts and voice-overs for software demonstrations.
The microphone uses the USB audio codec that is part of the operating system.
It’s a great cheap side address condenser. The connector in the microphone is male as audio XLR connections pass from male to female which is standard. Christbearer McComb, MS I see videos everyday on the Internet that are from big name companies that sound like they were recorded from the bottom of a barrel.
The microphone has been great! As a voice over and spot radio announcer of 48 years, Manuql have used a lot of mics. I have been a fan of ribbons and own several but those lack a sparkle and punch.
I have used this for vocals and record acoustic guitars. I use a Mac, and it could be the computer’s issue, as I’ve heard the same from other Mac users.
I have and still receive unsolicited great audio, or, you sound great, what mic are you using. Canada Is still good mang Mang Zimbabwae I use this mic in my home studio recording setup and the clarity and bass response are remarkable for something in this price range.
This microphone gives you clear sound with a minimum of fuss. A quick lookup on the web revealed that there are a multitude of issues with nearly all USB powered mics since the release of Windows Or, if you are a ham radio op like me and want something different in your arsenal of mics, this is it, look no further. My reason for giving Ease of Use a “good” rating is like I said, this my very first cardoid condenser mic, I didn’t know anything about phantom power supplies or the like.