Apogee MiC Plus is a professional studio quality USB microphone you can connect to your iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Mac or PC. MiC Plus makes it easy to capture your best take with incredible quality, anywhere you go. Record any sound you can imagine, from vocals to voice-overs, instruments to interviews and everything in between.
MiC Plus features a sensitive capsule and wide dynamic range for capturing any singer or acoustic instrument, from soft vocals to hard rock drums
Whether you are in a recording studio, your bedroom or on the road, MiC Plus will deliver professional, album-quality sound. MiC Plus features a sensitive capsule wide dynamic range for capturing any singer or acoustic instrument, from soft vocals to hard rock drums. And because you can easily set your input gain level directly on MiC Plus, your tracks will be distortion-free.
MiC Plus simplifies the recording process for voice-overs, podcasts and interviews while delivering professional broadcast quality results, wherever you need to be.
SOUND FOR VIDEO
Whether you’re creating YouTube videos, streaming on Facebook Live or broadcasting on Twitch, Apogee MiC Plus is the best investment you will ever make to dramatically improve the audio quality of your videos.
THREE PRODUCTS IN ONE SMALL PACKAGE
Apogee MiC Plus combines a microphone, microphone preamp and an A/D converter into one compact device. Apogee has carefully designed each part of MiC Plus to deliver the highest quality signal possible with the lowest noise - we call this PureDIGITAL.
POWERFUL HEADPHONE OUTPUT WITH ZERO LATENCY BLEND FEATURE
MiC Plus also features a ⅛” stereo headphone output and Blend function for zero latency monitoring. The Blend setting on MiC Plus allows you to easily adjust how much of the microphone input you hear compared to the recorded signal coming from your software, enabling you to dial in the perfect mix.
The headphone output includes a built-in amplifier that offers plenty of power so you can properly hear in any recording situation, including loud instruments like a guitar amp or drums. If you are connecting MiC Plus to a current iOS device, having this headphone output is essential.