"It’s never been simpler for podcasters to get started, have polished audio, and get the professional sound that their show deserves"
Focusrite have released a new podcasting interface range, boasting the Vocaster One and Vocaster Two, with Studio kit options available.
What you need to know:
- Focusrite have released a new podcasting interface range, boasting the Vocaster One and Vocaster Two.
- Studio kit options are available with a mic and headphones.
- “It’s never been simpler for podcasters to get started, have polished audio, and get the professional sound that their show deserves.”
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The Vocaster allows podcasters to get that desirable studio sound when recording voice. Key features of the Vocaster include Auto Gain, Enhance, and the Easy Start tool, making this device easy and accessible for users ready to get recording.
With a target of professional sound quality, Focusrite have been honing their craft in the audio tech world since 1985. This podcast kit is small, light and powered by computer, making it extremely portable.
Vocaster One Studio and Vocaster Two Studio are two set-ups crucial to podcasters looking to start recording their conversations in a quality worthy of broadcast. The studio quality dynamic microphones feature shock mounts and pop filters, leaving voices clear without any muddiness or unwanted noise.
With HP60v closed-back studio headphones, podcasters can hear themselves as audiences hear them.
The Vocaster One is listed at US$199.99, and its Studio counterpart at US$299.99. On the other hand, the Vocaster Two is listed at US$299.99, and the Vocaster Two Studio at US$499.99.
To explore more of the Vocaster range, head to Focusrite.