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Musician's Friend Production Kit #3 Mac
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The Podcasting Kit #3 Mac includes:The Alesis Multimix 8USB 8 Channel Mixer,Cakewalk Pyro 2004 MP3 & CD Maker software,2 MXL V63M Condenser Studio Mi...Read More
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The Podcasting Kit #3 Mac includes:
The Alesis Multimix 8USB 8 Channel Mixer,
Cakewalk Pyro 2004 MP3 & CD Maker software,
2 MXL V63M Condenser Studio Microphones,
2 - 20' Lo-Z microphone cables,
2 Low Profile Die Cast Microphone Stands,
AKG K44 Headphones.
This advanced podcasting kit features the gear you'll want for more elaborate productions. The Alesis Multimix 8USB routes 8 channels of audio into your PC. 2 MXL V63M mics are ideal for podcast shows with 2 hosts. Convert your production to the MP3 format with Cakewalk Pyro 2004. AKG's K44 headphones let you monitor your production comfortably and accurately.
- Alesis Multimix 8USB 8 Channel Mixer
- Bias Peak 4.1 LE audio editing software
- 2 MXL V63M Condenser Studio Microphones
- 2 - 20' Lo-Z mic cables
- 2 MF Low Profile Die Cast Mic Stands
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I mainly use this kit for podcasting and recording. The value on this kit is great cuz to by each part by itself would be like 200 dollars more. The mikes are great, the mixers features aren't that great but for the price it does its jobs. The mike stands are really solid but are a little short. The headset is really great and I use it for more than just recording. So if your looking for a good solid computer recording system this is for you.
I am a Podcaster and thought this would get me going quick. Its a pretty easy mixer to learn. I don't particularly care for the microphones. They take up a lot of power and the gains have to be turned up 100% on the gain and the main mix and level 1 knob. They sound incredible when you get the mix right. The software is not really needed as you can use free and more simple software such as Audacity. I do suggest this as a first time user. I have had fun with it so far. My recordings sound very professional and well produced.