A great choice for studio podcasters, these mics pick up the subtle nuances of the human voice.
Get the responsiveness of a condenser mic with the convenience of a handheld. Great for podcasting in the field.
Headset mics are useful for phone interviews and simple studio recording situations.
These compact mics can be used in a variety of situations, including studio and stage applications.
Dynamic Mics are rugged and inexpensive, making them a great choice for stage and field recording.
Clip-on mics are unobtrusive and often used for recording guests in videotaped situations.
Use a FireWire interface to connect multiple microphones and instruments to your computer and transfer data at a high rate of speed through your computer's FireWire port. Phantom power is typically included to drive condenser microphones.
Use a PCI interface to connect multiple microphones and instruments to your computer. PCI cards are installed inside desktop computers.
These interfaces include inexpensive products capable of boosting a condenser mic's output to line level, which is required for use with Macs.
Use a USB interface to connect multiple microphones and instruments to your computer and transfer data through your computer's USB port. Phantom power is typically included to drive condenser microphones.
PCMCIA cards are used to connect audio devices to laptop computers that lack USB or FireWire ports.
Accessories include carrying cases and connectors.
Connect instruments and power your microphones with these basic mixers. Perfect for podcasting applications.
These are good choices if you're going to be mixing stereo sound from a device such as a CD player or tape deck into your podcast.
Protect your mixer during transport and storage with these handy carrying bags.
This category includes consumer and pro quality earphones, portable headphones and studio headphones.
Say goodbye to cable restrictions and tangles forever with these freedom-giving headphones.
Tame your audio with components including compressors, gates and limiters.
Preamps provide power to your microphones. While your mixer or computer may have built-in mic preamps, these stand-alone components will generally provide cleaner sound.
These systems have all the power and expandability to meet the needs of even the most demanding podcaster.
Consider a wider monitor or adding a second one to your system to give your workspace room to accomodate all your open palettes.
Tame room echo with studio quality sound dampening material.
A home studio isn't complete without furniture to support your gear. Check out these functional pieces.
Perfect for connecting DATs and CD players to digital multi-track recorders and much more.
Use these low-noise cables to connect USB and FireWire devices to your computer.
Need a new or replacement connector for some cable or other application? This is the place to get it.
If you plan to introduce an electric guitar or keyboard into your podcast, you'll need these cables to hook into your setup.
Need to do something such as combining two mono signals into one stereo signal? These cables can accomplish that and more!
Need to do something such as plug a 1/8" (miniplug) cord into a 1/4" (phone) jack? These adapters can accomplish that and more!