Ultra-Flexible Pocket Recording System

US Austrian Audio introduces MiCreator Studio      10/10/23

Austrian Audio has announced MiCreator Studio, which they describe as an ultra-flexible pocket recording system that seamlessly combines a condenser microphone and a USB-C audio interface in a compact, rugged design that lets you record what you want, where you want, and when you want. Here's more details direct from the company...

First and foremost, MiCreator's microphone maintains the top-notch audio quality that Austrian Audio has become known for. Add to this an audio interface with an additional input for quick-and-easy multi-tracking and optional stereo recording, higher SPL handling than other USB mics on the market, intuitive on-board controls and you have an eye-catching, compact and plug-and-play recording studio in your pocket.

Key Features:

  • Plug-and-play USB-C microphone and audio interface
  • Condenser capsule for professional audio quality
  • Max SPL: 130 dB
  • Input for connecting a second device (MiCreator Satellite, Y-LAV mic, Instrument) - great for interview situations
  • Two headphone outputs: Easily collaborate with fellow musician
  • Two gain settings and one knob jogwheel for easy volume control
  • "FlexTilt" vertical adjustment of the mic head for ideal positioning
  • Latency-free direct monitoring of the mic and input while recording
  • Rugged metal housing with changeable faceplates for a variety of colour combinations and customisation
  • Austrian Audio Open Acoustic Technology
  • Designed and engineered in Vienna, Austria

Pricing and Availability:

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