Whether you need a USB microphone to record a podcast, a Twitch stream, or all your prized instruments, the Mackie EleMent Series Carbon USB Microphone will come in handy. Use cardioid or supercardioid polar patterns when podcasting in a home studio, stereo when producing ASMR content, bidirectional for two-way interviews, and omnidirectional for multi-person pickup. Or, experiment with all of the patterns while recording your acoustic guitars, vocals, and more.
This mic has been precision engineered to give you impeccable sonic reproduction in a durable form factor. Setup is as easy as plugging the mic into the computer with the supplied USB Type-C cable. The Onyx preamp ensures you'll record crystal-clear sound. The mic records audio at 16-bit/48 kHz, which is the standard output specs for viewable media.
Additionally, the mic comes bundled with an impressive array of software. You'll get Pro Tools | First and Waveform OEM professional packages that include every effect you need to get started. A tabletop stand is supplied as is a USB Type-C Cable.
5 Selectable Polar Patterns
Choose among omnidirectional, cardioid, supercardioid, bidiretional, and stereo pickup patterns
Onboard Headphone Monitoring
Headphone output with independent volume control offers a convenient monitoring solution
Crystal-clear quality on vocals and instruments
Onyx mic preamp circuitry provides trasparent capture and ultra-low noise
Onboard Gain Control and Mute
Optimize the microphone’s output to your computer and/or DAW
Mute button allows you to switch off the mic while still hearing your computer’s output
Onboard USB interface plugs directly into your computer for fast, easy recording
Class compliant connection, no driver needed
Pro Tools | First and Waveform OEM professional software and plugin packages included
The Musician Collection for ProTools | First includes 23 plugins like BBD Delay, Eleven Lite, 304E EQ, and 304C Compressor
The DAW Essentials Bundle for Waveform OEM includes 16 powerful plugins like Equaliser, Compressor, Reverber8, and Limiter