Tarkio wrote:Will other USB mics work with Cubase 6?
thinkingcap wrote:Tarkio wrote:Will other USB mics work with Cubase 6?
Do other USB mics come with an ASIO driver..?
Split wrote:Are USB mics not more for blogging, video conferencing and stuff like that?
Tarkio wrote:The newer models, like the Yeti and the Samson Meteor, are designed to be plug and play with Macs, PCs, and iPads. They are plug and play with Logic, Protools, Final Cut Pro and GarageBand. Unfortunately it seems Cubase doesn't work for this.
matjones wrote:Yeah but most people who are trying to achieve what you are possess at least one half decent pre for the job....
I think that mic is designed for a variety of uses but USB mic technology being fairly new still to more 'pro' applications there is the XLR connection there for those uses.
I think things are different under mac os as opposed to win and asio regarding multiple drivers although i may be wrong not being a mac user.. you can't do this under windows as far as i'm aware as you can only use one asio driver at a time under windows so your audio out would have to come through that driver too if you follow?
matjones wrote:Sounds like a rather good idea...
you don't see too many mics with headphone jacks on them he he
''USB Mic's are not ideal for DAW setups and I would not recommend them for Cubase users.
Instead I would recommend an ASIO audiointerface and a mic with a common XLR connection.
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