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Poop filter only necessary if talking crap. :D
Jetblue62
· April 3, 2020
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It does work for singing. I have recorded songs with it and it comes out beautifully.
KDS
· October 11, 2020
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Does no one have a tape measure anymore? The cable is exactly 80 1/2 inches (i.e., 6 ft. 8 1/2 in.) from the tip of the USB Type A plug to the tip of the USB mini Type B plug. Of course, the manufacturer, Blue Microphones/Blue Designs, should provide this information, but I could find it nowhere in the company's literature.
OC Cato
· March 16, 2020
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The one I purchased from Amazon--Auphonix? or something close--was about $15. the best part about it was that it could be mounted on the mic base, then wound around to cover the front of the mic. Ideal for "close-in" broadcasting, during which the pops and hisses are most noticeable. Later: I see that I ordered both t… see more The one I purchased from Amazon--Auphonix? or something close--was about $15. the best part about it was that it could be mounted on the mic base, then wound around to cover the front of the mic. Ideal for "close-in" broadcasting, during which the pops and hisses are most noticeable. Later: I see that I ordered both the Auphonix filter and, a little bit later, the Zramo pop filter, which is only 10 bucks. Try the latter first, and if you don't like it, go with the Auphonix. see less The one I purchased from Amazon--Auphonix? or something close--was about $15. the best part about it was that it could be mounted on the mic base, then wound around to cover the front of the mic. Ideal for "close-in" broadcasting, during which the pops and hisses are most noticeable. Later: I see that I ordered both the Auphonix filter and, a little bit later, the Zramo pop filter, which is only 10 bucks. Try the latter first, and if you don't like it, go with the Auphonix.
Samuel
· August 16, 2017
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It really depends on whether or not you have a soft touch keyboard. The microphone is very sensitive and you can set the record feature to be one directional, but I doubt if the keyboarding sound will be eliminated completely. I use it with my desktop, but I never type at the same time. I wouldn't count on having th… see more It really depends on whether or not you have a soft touch keyboard. The microphone is very sensitive and you can set the record feature to be one directional, but I doubt if the keyboarding sound will be eliminated completely. I use it with my desktop, but I never type at the same time. I wouldn't count on having the sound totally undetected. see less It really depends on whether or not you have a soft touch keyboard. The microphone is very sensitive and you can set the record feature to be one directional, but I doubt if the keyboarding sound will be eliminated completely. I use it with my desktop, but I never type at the same time. I wouldn't count on having the sound totally undetected.
celeste lawson
· November 1, 2013
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The mic itself doesn't come with any software. It's plug-n-play to the bone. But that's ok, because you can download Audacity for free for PC and Macs. Really powerful software, simple to learn, and like I said... FREE!
Thomas Briggs
· November 26, 2013
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That really depends. For any mic, you generally have to be pretty close for it to pick up your voice clearly with no ambient sounds or echoes. That being said, my Yeti was able to pick up my normal voice from about 20 feet away pretty easily, but it also picked up the echoes from the room I was in as well as the fan of… see more That really depends. For any mic, you generally have to be pretty close for it to pick up your voice clearly with no ambient sounds or echoes. That being said, my Yeti was able to pick up my normal voice from about 20 feet away pretty easily, but it also picked up the echoes from the room I was in as well as the fan of my computer and my footsteps on my carpet. The mic isn't that sensitive when the gain is all the way down, though. see less That really depends. For any mic, you generally have to be pretty close for it to pick up your voice clearly with no ambient sounds or echoes. That being said, my Yeti was able to pick up my normal voice from about 20 feet away pretty easily, but it also picked up the echoes from the room I was in as well as the fan of my computer and my footsteps on my carpet. The mic isn't that sensitive when the gain is all the way down, though.
Quinton Chan
· March 31, 2014
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Im not sure how good it works with live music personally. However I have noticed many people use the Blue Yeti to record cover songs on youtube. This video is a great example of that https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhuXsg6T5Wk
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· October 19, 2014
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Yes. I don't personally use Garage Band, but my friend (who also owns the yeti) uses it with Garage Band all the time. It should be compatible.
Eric
· December 8, 2013
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Not from my experience. Win 8 does not recognize the microphone. On Jan 13, 2013 I received the following from Yeti - "Currently our design and engineering staff is testing the new Windows 8 operating system along with our USB products for compatibility. Please check back in the near future for more information regadi… see more Not from my experience. Win 8 does not recognize the microphone. On Jan 13, 2013 I received the following from Yeti - "Currently our design and engineering staff is testing the new Windows 8 operating system along with our USB products for compatibility. Please check back in the near future for more information regading this matter."
This is on the 64 bit v. of Win 8. see less
Not from my experience. Win 8 does not recognize the microphone. On Jan 13, 2013 I received the following from Yeti - "Currently our design and engineering staff is testing the new Windows 8 operating system along with our USB products for compatibility. Please check back in the near future for more information regading this matter."
This is on the 64 bit v. of Win 8.

Barrett Buss
· April 15, 2013