Teenage Engineering Announces New Pocket-Sized Analog/Digital Condenser Microphone
Swedish manufacturer Teenage Engineering is making waves with their new pocket-sized analog/digital condenser microphone. The new unit, appropriately named the “Pocket Microphone”, is aimed to meet the needs of musicians and producers in any setting, both in the studio and on the go.
The Pocket Microphone is compact and easy to use. Offering USB Type-C compatibility and a headphone output for direct recording, the device is perfect for capturing sound on the move. Additionally, the microphone is compatible with the Teenage Engineering OP-1 synths and the OP-Z workstation, giving users an expanded range of sound recording options.
The Pocket Microphone also features a built-in amplifier. This allows the microphone to connect to a variety of external sources, providing a wide range of sound-capturing possibilities. The amplifier also features a low-cut filter, allowing users to filter out unwanted noise.
The Pocket Microphone is a highly adaptable piece of equipment. Whether you are recording vocals, instruments, or any kind of sound, the Pocket Microphone is sure to provide a crisp, clean sound. The microphone is also ideal for podcasting, voice-over work, or live streaming.
Teenage Engineering’s Pocket Microphone is an extremely versatile and affordable microphone. It is available now for €90, making it an attractive option for anyone looking for a high-quality, portable recording device. With its various features and adaptability, the Pocket Microphone is sure to be a popular choice among producers and musicians alike.