Audio-Technica AT2020 USB
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Audio-Technica AT2020 USB

AT2020 USB, USB microphone from Audio-Technica.

AT2020USB Paired with UVI Workstation

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Audio-Technica has announced its co-operation with French software company Ultimate Sound Bank to offer free sample player and soundbank software with purchases of its popular AT2020 USB microphone.

 

The pairing of the AT2020 USB with the UVI Workstation player is designed for songwriters and podcasters alike.

 

USB’s UVI Workstation is a multi-timbral instrument that provides unlimited parts, integrated effects, live performance features and a real-time workflow. At its heart is Ultimate Sound Bank’s UVI Engine, which also powers software instruments from Spectrasonics, MOTU and Big Fish Audio. The included soundbank comprises 400Mb of sound effects, instrument and drum loops.

 

Equipped with a USB digital output, the Mac- and Windows-compatible AT2020 USB is designed to offer articulation and intelligibility for home studio recording, field recording, podcasting and voiceover use. With low self-noise and extended frequency response, the AT2020 USB is a microphone solution for the varied spectrum of digital recording setups.

 

Based on the AT2020 and featuring a low-mass diaphragm, the AT2020 USB is a side-address condenser microphone. The AT2020 USB has a fixed cardioid polar pattern to allow isolation of the desired sound source. The AT2020 USB is powered from a USB bus and includes a tripod desk stand, stand mount, USB cable and soft protective carrying pouch.

 

To receive their UVI Workstation software and soundbank, AT2020 USB customers need to register their purchase on the Ultimate Sound Bank website using the code including with their new microphone. An email with software download instructions will then follow.

 

Pricing & Availability

The AT2020 USB and Ultimate Sound Bank bundle should be available now with a recommended retail price of £149 / €169.

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