Bundled by B&H for your convenience, this Rode NT-1 Kit gives you almost everything you need to record silky smooth vocals for sung or spoken-word applications. First of all, you get the Rode NT-1, which offers a smooth high-end, a detailed midrange, and a warm bass response. With the NT-1's frequency response, you'll be able to record present, intimate-sounding vocals.
Next, you'll notice the Scarlett Solo 2x2, a no-frills interface with a studio-ready sound. The preamps in particular are noteworthy: they offer an Air circuit which is modeled on Focusrite's legendary ISA preamplifier. Use the Air circuit on your sung vocals to give them an extra sizzle. With the provided XLR cable, you can plug the microphone straight into the interface.
The included tripod mic stand offers a boom arm to position the microphone to your desired height and angle. The kit also gives you a pair of over-ear, closed-back headphones. Use these headphones to monitor your voice while ensuring there's no bleed from your headphones into the mic, thanks to their closed-back construction.
With the microphone, the interface, the mic stand, the cable, and the headphones, you'll have almost everything you need to get started recording vocals. All you need to bring to the table is your own computer—that, and your innate talent.
Combining a redesigned true condenser capsule, ultralow-noise transformerless circuitry, and an extremely durable housing, the Rode NT1-KIT large-diaphragm cardioid microphone is well suited for high-resolution digital recording of vocal and instrument sources at home, in the studio, or even on stage. Plus, its bundle of accessories—shockmount, pop filter, XLR cable, and dust cover—help the NT1-KIT serve singers, rappers, and podcasters especially well.
While the body of the NT1 still resembles the NT1-A, the mic has been completely revamped except for the mesh grille. It features Rode's updated HF6 capsule, which is designed to provide a detailed midrange response with smooth highs and warm bass. The HF6 capsule is suspended inside the microphone using Rycote's industry-leading Lyre system to help reduce vibration and handling noises. Also, with self-noise measured at only 4.5 dBA, the NT1 is an exceedingly quiet microphone. Since it can run on 24 or 48 VDC phantom power, the NT1 can be used with a variety of professional and entry-level XLR mic preamps
- Large 1" capsule with gold-plated membrane
- Cardioid polar pattern rejects off-axis sound behind the mic
- Internal Rycote Lyre-based capsule shock-mounting system
- Ultralow-noise transformerless circuitry
- State-of-the-art, surface-mount electronics
- Heavy-duty matte black finish
- Gold-plated XLR output connector
- Operates on 24 or 48 VDC phantom power
- Includes shockmount, pop filter, dust cover, and XLR mic cable
Built to deliver top-shelf sound in a compact, bag-friendly, and easy-to-use format for singers, guitarists, and solo podcasters, the third-generation Focusrite Scarlett Solo 2x2 USB audio interface lets artists and content creators score pro-level tone with no learning curve, no matter where they go.
Equally capable for tracking vocals and instruments, the improved Scarlett microphone preamp features switchable phantom power for condenser mics and a selectable Air circuit, which adds clarity-enhancing brightness based on Focusrite's legendary ISA preamplifier. In addition to the single XLR mic input, the Scarlett Solo provides a single 1/4" input with an instrument/line switch that allows it to accept signal directly from a guitar, bass, synthesizer, or drum machine.
Unlocking the ability to record at standard CD quality or high-fidelity resolutions, the 24-bit / 192 kHz AD/DA converters ensure that signals are captured and reproduced with detail and accuracy. Listen through headphones or connect active speakers to the balanced 1/4" monitor outputs, and use selectable direct monitoring to hear your live input signal with no distracting echo or latency.
With its bus powering for uninhibited portability, space-saving USB Type-C connection, and extensive software bundle including virtual instruments, plug-in effects, loops, and more, the Scarlett Solo gives you plenty of powerful tools to kick-start your inspiration; just plug the Scarlett Solo into your Mac/Windows computer or iPad Pro (with USB Type-C), fire up your preferred audio recording software, and let the creativity flow.
The HPC-A30-MK2 Closed-Back Studio Monitor Headphones from Polsen offer a solution for experiencing rich and natural sound when listening to music through a mobile device or monitoring a podcast on your computer. These headphones can also be used for DJ work, thanks to the swiveling earcups that let you monitor audio while keeping one ear free.
The HPC-A30-MK2's over-ear design isolates the sound and prevents leakage for optimum listening conditions in loud environments, such as a club or on the go. The 10' cable also gives you the freedom to move around while working and terminates in a 1/8" TRS stereo plug, which is compatible with most mobile devices and computers. In addition, a stereo 1/4" adapter is included to plug into a stereo or mixing board.
The Auray MS-5230F Tripod Microphone Stand with Fixed Boom features durable, steel construction. The 31.5" boom arm allows you to angle the mic however you need it. An ergonomic twist-action clutch helps adjust the height of the stand, while the reinforced tripod base and nonslip feet keep it firmly and sturdily in place. The Auray MS-5230F mic stand collapses for easy transport.
Presented here with a cable length of 10'', this Warm Audio Pro Series XLR Cable is designed to provide a high-end connection between balanced gear with XLR jacks. If you care about the details of your sound onstage and in the studio but want to adhere to a wallet-friendly budget, use this cable to preserve the integrity of mic-level and line-level signal.
To guarantee optimal performance, Warm Audio partnered with renowned Swiss company Gotham AG to supply the core wiring of this cable. The XLR connections offer high-quality silver contacts to keep your signal pristine.