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Jan202009

Alesis ProTrack, Bias iProRecorder, Blue Mikey at Winter NAMM 2009

Make professional recordings on your iPhone or iPod?  YES, WE CAN!  Checkout the Alesis ProTrack and iProRecorder software from Bias.  They work together to give you the ability to record anyplace, even from a phantom powered studio condenser microphone, for $200!
I see this being an amazing solution for those who need to bang out an audition or even a job while traveling or even driving.  Stay tuned for a more indepth look at this system in the near future. 
Also mentioned is the Blue Mikey, a simple to use stereo microphone for your iPod.

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I think a lot of us are wondering if you could post a demonstration of a VO guy working with 'Mikey' and iPhone. Or maybe even better, the Alesis Pro Track? It gets tiresome in the airport explaining why I have a 'shotgun' in my bag! Thanks! -Pat

September 18, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterPat Duke

Hi Pat:

I know, the shotgun mic at security is an annoyance, but I don't yet know of a way to equate the sound of a 416 microphone with a ProTrack's built-in mic or Blue Mikey. While those other systems will get you by for last minute auditions, they won't give you acceptable quality for a job. Now, plug a 416 into a ProTrack and you've got something.

September 20, 2010 | Registered CommenterGeorge Whittam

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