[NAMM] Blue Microphones Mikey Digital
Blue Microphones announces Mikey Digital, an external microphone for recording stereo audio on the iPod touch, iPhone and iPad models.
Mikey Digital features automatic and manual gain control and a multi-source auxiliary input for direct recording of guitar and other sound sources. Mikey Digital features two custom-tuned condenser capsules for capturing audio—the same capsules used in Blue’s Snowball and Yeti USB microphones.
Mikey Digital users can switch between Automatic and Manual gain settings, allowing the automatic gain control to adjust to fluctuating volume levels or manually locking in a high or low sensitivity level. Mikey Digital is also equipped with an LED clipping indicator that signals whenever volume levels are producing distortion, providing immediate feedback to adjust for best recording results.
It also features a multi-source 3.5mm auxiliary input jack for stereo line-in, instrument-in and mic-in. This input turns Mikey Digital into a multifaceted recording interface for direct recording of other sources including guitar, handheld mics, mixers and more. Using a built-in mic preamp and a CD-quality A/D converter, Mikey Digital records on the iOS platform and is designed to handle the high SPL of loud environments. Mikey Digital also features a USB pass-thru connection for charging your device while in-use for continuous recording without draining battery life.
Featuring a 230-degree rotating head, Mikey Digital can also capture enhanced audio while recording video by rotating the mic to align with the front- or rear- facing camera. Further, Mikey Digital incorporates an advanced microprocessor allowing for upgradeability and future control through iOS applications. Mikey Digital is designed to directly connect to latest iPod touch, iPhone 4/S, iPad 2 and iPad and to be instantly recognized for use with most audio and video applications.
For more information about Mikey Digital, visit www.bluemic.com/mikeydigital
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