Anyone who has done audio projects in the past knows the importance of having quality audio equipment. Without a decent microphone or audio interface, you are going to have a very difficult time recording quality audio. If you plan to record your audio on the go, you could always use your iPhone or iPad. You just need a microphone that works with your device. These 5 microphones have you more than covered:
Blue Microphones Spark Digital Studio-Grade Condenser Microphone: looks very similar to other Blue microphones in this category. It works with Garage Band and other recording applications.
MiC Studio quality microphone for iPad: this is a studio quality cardioid condenser microphone, so it won’t be cheap. It offers 44.1/48 kHz, 24-bit analog-to-digital conversion. It is plug and play.
Blue Microphones Mikey Digital Recording Microphone: a fairly compact microphone for your iOS device. It offers automatic or manual gain control. Just make sure your device is compatible before picking one of these.
IK Multimedia iRig Mic Handheld Mic: a rugged handheld microphone that works with your iOS device. It has a condenser-electric unidirectional capsule and is useful for music.
IK Multimedia IP-IRIG-CAST-IN: you may use this microphone to record close-up or distant sources. It has a bumper-friendly mini-jack connector and fits many iPhone/iPad cases.
Not all these microphones are cheap. But you do get what you pay for. They allow you to record better audio on your iOS device.
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