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Blue Microphones Announces New Neon Colors for the Snowball Mic

Posted April 30, 2014 by .Omar Correa in Audio

The following is a press release from Blue Microphone:

Whether you’re a singer, musician, voiceover artist or YouTube star, you want to sound your best when recording at home, posting online or chatting on Skype. Now, add some color to your setup! Blue Microphones, a leading innovator in microphone technology and design, announces three hot new colors of Snowball, the popular, plug-and-play USB mic that works with both PC and Mac on any recording program. Snowball, $69.99, will be widely available in Bright Orange, Neon Green and Electric Blue at Amazon for $69.

Not everyone has the ability to record in a professional studio, but that doesn’t mean you have to sound like an amateur – Snowball is a plug-and-play USB mic that captures professional, CD-quality sound with any Mac or PC recording program. Featuring two condenser mic capsules (the same found in Blue’s award-winning Yeti USB microphone), Snowball allows you to switch between three settings: right in front of the mic for solos or podcasts (cardioid), all around the mic for multiple people or band rehearsal (omnidirectional), or loud instruments (cardioid w/10db pad). Snowball gives you incredible versatility to produce great recordings in a wide range of situations, i.e. vocals, instruments, live music, YouTube videos, Skype, podcasts and more. Snowball is also compatible with iPad via Apple’s camera connection kit! (Sold separately)

The new Bright Orange, Neon Green and Electric Blue Snowball, $69.99, will be available at Amazon, Best Buy, Adorama, Beach Camera, Focus Camera, Future Shop Canada, London Drugs and other authorized Blue retailers worldwide. For more information, visit www.bluemic.com/Snowball.


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