This Yeti is a monster of a USB microphone! This is one puppy you can use on any source to get amazing recordings, directly to your computer. Why is it so versatile? Those mic gurus at Blue put in an innovative triple capsule array, so you can record in stereo or choose among three different patterns, so you can optimize the Yeti for recording vocals, a choir, an entire band, a duet... whatever you want. It's like having a bunch of microphones in one. Best of all, the Yeti connects right to your computer via USB. Forget about hauling around lots of cables and an audio interface — just connect this one to your Mac or PC and record something awesome. What else do you need to know about the Yeti?
The crew over at Blue Microphones is all about building versatile studio tools that have a unique look and vibe. And that's just what they did with the Yeti. Use the included stand to rock with the Yeti right on your desktop — it's the perfect setup for recording vocals, podcasts, interviews, conference calls, meetings, acoustic guitar, etc. But, there's built-in threading so you can easily put the Yeti on a microphone stand and get it in the perfect position for capturing trickier sources.
Here are a few more things you're going to love about the Yeti. First up, it has a built-in headphone jack with its own volume control. Plug in your headphones, start recording, and you'll be able to hear everything you need — no other gear necessary. Onboard, there's also a master volume control, a mute button, a mic gain control button, and coolest of all — a polar pattern selector. What's it all about? Thanks to the innovative triple capsule array in the Yeti (a proprietary Blue Microphones design, good stuff guys!), you can tailor the Yeti to sound great on a number of different sources. This is no one trick pony. Switch it into stereo for awesome imaging, pop it over into cardioid to get a great vocal or guitar recording sound (anything you want get a focused recording of). You'll dig the omni mode for capturing everything in the room — this one is good for meetings, capturing everyone at once during band practice, and for simply getting the feeling of being "in the room" with an instrument. Last, not least, there's a bidrectional mode. This one captures from the front and the back at the same time, rejecting the sound from the sides. Try this mode when you want to record a duet — you'll never look back.
With a handy USB connection, the ability to sound fantastic on any source you want to record, a convenient desktop stand system, and a really low price — Blue's Yeti is nearly a no-brainer. Pick one up today and experience convenient all-in-one USB recording like you've never known!
Blue Microphones Yeti USB Microphone Features:
USB microphone for convenient plug-and-play capture on Mac and PC
Versatile tri-capsule system for optimizing the sound to sources
Built-in headphone output makes it an all-in-one solution
Custom base for desktop use plus a standard threaded mic stand mount
Can record in stereo, cardioid, omnidirectional, and bidirectional modes
Flexible system makes it like having multiple microphones in one
16-bit/48kHz resolution recording performance
With the Yeti USB microphone from Blue, you'll be ready to record whatever you want — it's like having multiple mics in one!