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Get that radio sound.
The secret to that “radio sound” is simple: the right talent and the right microphone with just the right amount of EQ and compression. Now, that perfect combination of sound is available in Revelator, an elegant, easy-to-use USB microphone… the only thing missing is your voice. Whether you’re looking for a microphone for vlogging, podcasting, or a simple recording solution for voice-overs or your home studio, Revelator is designed to deliver polished, professional-sounding results with ease.
Mix and match.
Let’s face it: conferencing in Zoom calls, recording gameplay, or showcasing the audio in a YouTube video while you’re adding witty commentary is a juggling act. Third-party apps are cumbersome, and figuring out external cabling? Well, that’s even worse. Revelator takes all those headaches away with two stereo loopback streams. Having two stereo streams means you can mix and record the audio from two different applications on your computer along with your voice—all at the same time. Best of all, you can manage the output level in each application independently...or if you need a little more control, open up Universal Control and mix away.
A complete broadcast studio.
Revelator comes with a complete suite of professional software to take your recordings to the next level. Studio One Artist makes it easy to polish your recordings with its lightning-fast drag-and-drop workflow and templates to make configuring your session quick and easy. Add bumpers to your podcasts, take multiple voice-over takes, and much more—all with the power and ease-of-use that has made Studio One one of the most popular recording applications in the world. With Revelator and Studio One Artist, you have everything you need to get professional results whether you’re just getting started or working on that Gold Play Button.
Get three mics in one.
Microphones are designed to pick up sound in a specific pattern. Revelator provides three different patterns in one USB microphone to provide maximum flexibility. Use the Cardioid pattern for voice-overs or performances where only one voice should be captured. This pattern rejects sound coming in from the room to record only your voice. Doing a podcast interview with two people? Change to the Figure 8 pattern and position Revelator between you. Now one side will pick up the interviewer, and the other will pick up the guest. Doing a round table discussion or recording multiple instruments? Switch to the Omnidirectional pattern to pick up sound all the way around the microphone. Whatever your application, Revelator will adapt to fit your needs.