The Podcaster Studio is a B&H Kit providing a professional microphone solution for the podcaster. The kit includes an "end-address" microphone, along with a shockmount and spring-loaded, studio boom arm.
The microphone does not require a preamp and additionally can be plugged straight into a computer via a USB connection. A built-in headphone input and amplifier with volume control further simplifies the process of recording material destined for future podcasting.
Rode Podcaster USB Broadcast Microphone
Record high-quality vocals for podcasts and voice-over work right to computers with the RODE Podcaster, a USB microphone designed to sound great in home studio and mobiles setup. If all you have is a room and a computer, you can use this microphone to record your voice with professional resolution and clarity.
Podcasters will appreciate the cardioid polar pattern—which naturally reduces room noise by rejecting any audio to the back and rear of the mic's capsule—as well as the built-in pop filter to minimize p-pops and plosives. The mic comes with a USB cable and a standmount, so you can set it up right out of the box.
Great Sound for Your Pordcasts
Works with Your Setup
Directional Polar Pattern for Home Use
Built-In 3.5mm Headphone Jack
Professional Audio Capture
Simple to Set Up
Rode PSM1 Shockmount for Rode Podcaster or Procaster Microphone
The Rode PSM1 Shockmount is designed to hold a Rode Podcaster or Procaster microphone. Attach it to a studio boom arm such as the Rode PSA1, or to a mic stand like the Rode DS1 (microphones, boom arms, and mic stands available separately). The shockmount provides adequate protection against noise caused by movement, vibration, noise, etc.
Auray BAI-2U Two-Section Broadcast Arm with Internal Springs and Integrated USB Cable
The Auray BAI-2U is a two-section broadcast arm with internal springs and an integrated USB cable. This versatile and sturdy broadcast arm is great for studio as well as home use. It's ideal for broadcast, voiceover, and podcasts.
The BAI-2U broadcast arm is designed with internal springs that provide a clean and sleek look. The internal balance springs are precision engineered to support and hold in place microphones of up to 5 lb / 2.27kg. The design also minimizes handling noise when re-positioning the arm. The broadcast arm features a standard 5/8"-27 microphone stud mount that is compatible with most shockmounts and microphone clips. The angle of the microphone stud mount can be adjusted and secured with the locking knob, and the angle is maintained when re-positioning the arm. This eliminates the need to readjust it every time the arm is moved. With an extension of up to 40 inches, and the ability to rotate the arm 360°, the BAI-2U allows for precise microphone placement.
The BAI-2U also features a heavy-duty combo mount that consists of a sturdy C-clamp and a heavy-metal desktop mount. The C-clamp is capable of fastening onto desktops up to 2.3" thick. The C-clamp's slim design minimizes the clearance needed to mount it between a desk and wall. The desktop mount detaches from the C-clamp and provides the option of permanent installation to a desktop with the mounting screws (included). A 14" riser is included for adding height to the broadcast arm in order to extend over computer or studio monitors.
On-Stage Front Address Pop Filter for EV RE20 and RE320
Designed for the EV RE20 and RE320, the On-Stage Front Address Pop Filter helps mitigate plosives and breath noise during vocal recording and broadcast applications such as voiceover work, radio interviews, and podcasts. The pop filter features a 3" nylon filter that not only reduces P sounds and B sounds but also helps prevent corrosive moisture from damaging your microphone's delicate diaphragm.
The rubber-coated 1.9" clamp holds the filter in place and prevents scratches to the microphone's finish. The depth and angle of the 4.75" shaft and nylon pop screen are adjustable, allowing for a quick and easy setup. The pop filter is also compatible with the Rode Podcaster and Procaster microphones