New Rumblings from Blue Microphones
January 5, 2011
As you realize, I have a few projects that require quality audio. These include…
And I also do a lot of remote consulting for clients via Skype and other online telephony applications. SO, I’m not entirely unbiased when it comes to finding gadgets that will help me communicate – or broadcast – more clearly.
In the realm of folks who I’ve relied on consistently are the BlueMic people. I’ve used their products in my presentations and I used them regularly in my podcasts and video shows. Which is why I was so excited to see them again at Tuesday night’s CES Unveiled event.
Adding to my excitement was their new lineup of audio broadcast devices including a pro-level tabletop microphone they’ve dubbed the YetiPro.
They also brought out some other higher-end recording accessories for your Flip and they’re working on a new Mikey for the iPhone 4.
Aside from being a little odd about naming their microphones after snow creatures and products (I use the Snowflake microphone at home and my NomX3 co-host Mike Langford uses the Snowball microphone), they have consistently delivered quality items.
Later in the show, I’ll get to play with the newly released models and will get you an evaluation on their fit and function when it comes to producing audio for your shows or just for talking to friends via VOIP.