- High-performance converters operate at up to 24-bit / 192 kHz resolution Two XLR-1/4" combo inputs with upgraded third-generation Scarlett mic preamps Switchable Air setting reproduces the Air effect of Focusrite's original ISA mic preamp for vocal recordings with enhanced brightness and openness Two high-impedance, high-headroom 1/4" instrument inputs enable distortion-free recording of your guitar and bass Dedicated switches change the 1/4" inputs between unbalanced instrument level and balanced line level Independent gain knobs with gain halo metering make it easy to set input levels Balanced 1/4" TRS monitor outputs ensure hum-free connectivity with balanced studio monitors Stereo 1/4" headphone output Independent volume controls for headphone and monitor outputs Direct monitor switch allows you to monitor your input signals with near-zero latency Durable housing is compact, lightweight, and portable Powered via USB (no batteries or AC adapter required)
Kit includes 2i2 Gen 3 USB Interface, Audio-Technica Microphone, and Recording Accessories. the kit provides the Scarlett 2i2 USB interface, which gives you two inputs for your microphones and offers pro-quality preamps for a pristine signal. In fact, Generation 3 of the Scarlett Series gives you an Air setting that lifts the trebles a bit which adds brightness and clarity. Use this setting if your voice is sounding a bit on the dull side. Next, you’ll note the Audio-Technica AT2020 Cardioid Condenser Microphone, which is well suited for recording the spoken word. Also included are a tripod mic stand with a fixed boom arm, as well as a gooseneck nylon pop filter and an XLR mic cable. The gooseneck nylon pop filter can be used to reduce plosives in vocal performances, and it attaches to the included tripod mic stand. An XLR cable allows you to connect your microphone to the Scarlett 2i2. The kit also gives you a pair of over-ear, closed-back headphones. Use these headphones to monitor your voice while ensuring there's no bleed from your headphones into the mic, thanks to their closed-back construction. With the interface, microphone, cable, stand, pop filter, and headphones, you'll have almost everything you need to get started crafting a podcast. All you need to bring to the table is your own computer—that, and a bright idea for your podcast.
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