In this article, I’m going to be explaining why USB microphones don’t need an Audio Interface, what an Audio Interface actually is, if you should actually purchase a USB mic or if it’s smarter to go for an XLR mic and audio interface setup, and much more. So, without any further ado, let’s get started! […]
We all know that microphones are used to record audio, to perform at live shows, etc., but are they input or output devices? In this article, I will go over if microphones are considered to be input or output devices, how input and output devices work, and microphones can be used as speakers, and more!
Microphones are used extensively nowadays, be it in music, podcasts, TV, Radio, etc., and the audio in those types of shows are always in stereo. However, most of the recordings are actually done in mono, especially voices/vocals, which begs the question: Do Microphones output a mono or stereo signal? In this article, I will explain
This is a question I get a lot, and luckily the answer is quite simple: Yes. However, it obviously depends on your needs and on the microphone you get since they are all not then same. In this article, I will be going into detail of why you might want, or not, a USB microphone