Record crystal-clear vocals with this M-Audio Vocal Studio USB microphone, which features a 16mm cardioid capsule for detailed 16-bit, 44.1kHz or 48kHz audio. The USB connector allows simple connection to your PC or Mac.
Compatible with PC and Mac
So you can record songs, soundtracks, podcasts and voiceover work to your computer with ASIO 2, WDM and Mac OS X Core Audio.
16mm cardioid capsule
Protected by wire mesh captures 16-bit, 44.1kHz or 48kHz audio for clear recording.
Helps spark your creativity by letting you easily capture, combine and arrange musical ideas (download required). Enhance your ideas by adding chord patterns, drum grooves, melodic phrases and more.
For simple connection to your computer. A 1/8" stereo output allows latency-free monitoring via headphones.
PC system requirements
Windows XP Home or Pro (SP3 or higher) or Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional or Ultimate; 1.8GHz multicore AMD or Intel® processor; 1GB RAM (with Windows XP or 7 32-bit); 2GB RAM (with Windows 7 64-bit).
Additional PC system requirements include 5400 rpm hard drive; available USB port; Adobe Flash Player 10.
Mac system requirements
OS X 10.5.8 or higher or OS X 10.6.1 or higher; 1.8GHz multicore processor; 1GB RAM; 5400 rpm hard drive; available USB port; Adobe Flash Player 10.
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Using a microphone/headset on g4 powerbook?
I need some help-
I don't know much about apple components, I'm a PC user myself, but my friend is trying to use a microphone/heaset on her G4 powerbook and she bought one at radio shack that doesn't work. I didn't know radio shack carried any apple components (or maybe thats why it doesnt work) but the one she bought has two imputs, one for mic one for speaker... and her powerbook only has a speaker jack so obviously the mic doesn't work.
What does she need to do?
I told her she needs to go to the apple store, not radio shack, but I am assuming she needs a USB