Bueno,Yo como fan de "ElRubiusOMG" despues de tanto tiempo yo tambien habia estado buscando el mismo tipo de calidad de audio,tambien despues de tanto tiempo mirando lo supe que el microfono Blue Yeti era el que usaba y desde que inicio lo a usado (Uso el SnowBall tambien por un tiempo en sus inicios)more
I originally bought my Blue Yeti as a microphone to use when streaming games on twitch.tv. As I started getting into producing I really wanted to start singing and recording some of my own lyrics. I then remembered that I had the yeti on my gaming computer and quickly brought it over to my MacBook Pro. This thing is great! Pretty good quality recordings and does great for an intro level setup. I could have bought something else but honestly this is all I need!
People always talk smack about USB mics but this mic is amazing. I record stuff and people be like, "Yo. What studio you go to? This is DOPE!" Its like 4 mics in one and all of them suit a purpose and suit it well. If you've tried one and didn't like it, you probably did it wrong.
Got this microphone for Christmas. With my volume full, gain just over halfway to the right and cardioid mode on, this microphone sounded great. It's got a clean, crisp perfection and it's perfect for singing, podcasts, and pretty much anything you throw at it. I got the Whiteout of only £115 so it's very affordable aswell.
Nice mic if you want to record your voice (for youtube videos for example) with something better than your usual integrated laptop microphone. I won't recommand it for serious voice recording or music production cause it only has USB and 3.5mm Headphones Jack outputs and the sound quality wont reach something like an electrostatic microphone. If it is your only solution for music recording it can do the job but don't expect crisp audio out of it.
As must as I wish this was XLR, you must admit it has amazing quality for the price! I love this microphone, and I probably won't switch it for a long time! But, I would rather spend a little more money on an XLR microphone and a simple mixer if you are starting out.
The Blue Yeti is almost a standard for every Youtuber. Everyone who has seen Let's Plays or any animators, or even voice actors and podcasters has either seen one or used one before, and for good reason. At the price point, you can get better sound, but it has so many features that it's a hard one to pass up.
One thing I don't like about it is the fact that no matter how well you acoustically treat your room, it'll still have a mysterious reverb problem. There's definitely better out there, but this gets my safe recommendation that everyone should at least try it.
As a singer and producer, a good microphone is a must-have. The Blue Yeti USB Mic truly delivers in the sound quality department, but so much in build. Now, given that the Yeti is almost completely made of metal, you would think the build would be fantastic. This is mostly true. However, I found that the female threads on the base of the mic to attach the mic to a mic stand, stripped. Luckily the stand that is included works fine, if you don't mind it being limited to tabletop use. I have worked out a way for me to stand and sing into the mic, so that's why I didn't deduct anymore stars. Overall a great beginner mic.
Replaced my Blue Snowball with one of these, I've only had it for a few days and I'm really impressed with it. Mute button is a huge plus so I dont have to turn the mic on and off via software, the version i have came with iZotope nectar and some Presonus DAW for 20 bucks more then usual. I havent used either yet.
I picked up my Yeti about a year ago, to this day it performs perfectly. It is such an amazing microphone that is affordable. Performs great at everything overall.
I purchased this mic through recommendation by Guitar Center employees. I asked for a simple starter mic for at home recordings with decent quality and this was what I came home with. It's easy and simple to work which is great. Nothing to difficult. I wish you could play a bit more with the sound settings on the actual microphone (if only the knob had a few more options to adjust its settings0 but it is pretty flexible overall. Besides, you can work with the sound on Pro Tools or Garageband or whatever you use to edit your voice. Sometimes it gives me a little trouble with Garageband and I have to plug it in, take it out, and plug it back in for the system to find it. But overall it's a great mic and I love using it. I also wish it had a different way to stand on its own so it doesn't fall and hit the side.
I use this for talking to my friends and recording my instruments. It works great and is really easy to use. Although I got this as a give, it's price is still affordable. I have the blackout edition and it looks very sleek. All my recordings sound nice (would sound better if my computer fans weren't as loud) and all you have to do is plug it in. I would recommend this mic.
i got mine gently used for about half price, but it functions as well as one just out of the box. for music, there are a few different settings you can use, just depending on your personal preference. the sound it picks up is good, doesn't take in too much outside noise, and the quality and clarity are top-notch.
I have had this mic for around 5 years. It has held up pretty well. It has started to make a buzzing sound which is only noticeable when not singing. It is very good for beginners who do not want to get an xlr mic.
I got this mic for Christmas, it's a dark blue colored version. Works well with instruments, meaning that it was more easy to record my piano, or amp, or my voice without using my bad phone mic! The mic barely clips with Audacity, I am still thinking about getting a Shure microphone, since that's more of a real instrument mic. But this will do!