Lightning iOS cable included with MiCs sold on or after August 1st, 2013
Apogee MiC 96k - A microphone built for the future
Introduced in 2011, the original MiC became the mobile microphone of choice for both aspiring and professional artists looking for that big-studio microphone sound. Redesigned for the future, the new Apogee MiC 96k delivers unsurpassed recording quality. MiC 96k is optimized for the latest Apple iOS devices, including the ability to record in pristine fidelity – up to 24-bit/96kHz.
Three products in one small package
MiC 96k combines a microphone, microphone preamp and an A/D converter into one compact device. Apogee has carefully designed each part of MiC 96k to deliver the lowest noise and highest quality signal possible for a digital microphone. And it all fits in your pocket.
Studio quality anywhere
Apogee MiC 96k is a digital microphone designed to deliver studio quality recording you can take anywhere. Use MiC 96k to record vocals, spoken word, acoustic guitar, piano, drums…anything! Inspired by the most revered and classic microphones in history, MiC 96k is designed to sound amazing and be easy to use with your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Mac.
PureDIGITAL connection delivers studio quality sound.
Up to 24-bit / 96kHz studio HD recording for pristine fidelity.
For Vocals, Spoken Word & Acoustic Instruments
Record anything with MiC 96kHz including vocals, spoken word and podcasting, and acoustic instruments like guitar and violin.
Works with iOS and Mac
Direct connection with Lightning or 30-pin iOS devices (iPhone, iPod touch, iPad) and USB connection to Mac.
iOS 7 & OS X
Works with OS X 10.9 Mavericks
Works with iOS 7 on iPad, iPhone, iPod touch
MiC 96k Product Tour
Easily connect MiC 96k to iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Mac
with no software setup required
What you can record with MiC 96k
MiC features a wide dynamic range for capturing any singing style and genre. From soft ballads to hard rock, your vocal recordings will be clear and detailed. And because you can easily set your level directly on MiC, your tracks will be distortion-free.
MiC’s preamp and A/D converter are designed to record the true tone of acoustic instruments. Recordings of acoustic guitar, piano, strings and percussion will all sound like you are in the room with the performance.
Record audio for video
MiC for audio with iPhone video
MiC takes your iPhone videos to the next level. Whether you are capturing a performance for YouTube, making home movies, or shooting an indie film, recording with MiC will bring studio-quality audio to your next production.
MiC for audio with DSLR video
Recording audio on a DSLR video shoot can be difficult, but with MiC and iPhone it’s incredibly easy. Simply connect MiC to a boom pole using the MiC Stand Adapter, plug into your iPhone and begin capturing audio anywhere. You can then upload the files to your Mac and begin editing in Final Cut Pro. MiC is a great way to bring 48kHz HD sound to the cinematic image quality offered by cameras like the Canon 7D, Canon 5D and the Nikon D800.
Record voice-overs, podcasts and interviews
MiC simplifies the recording process for voice-overs, podcasts and interviews and delivers professional results. With MiC and an iPhone or iPad you have an affordable setup that is easy to use and completely portable.
Bill Goldsmith – Internet Radio DJ
It’s a microphone, preamp
PureDIGITAL technology delivers
pristine sound quality
MiC 96k is a premium digital converter featuring PureDIGITAL technology, which delivers your voice or acoustic instrument’s true tone to your iPad, iPhone or Mac without compromise. You will notice the sonic difference between MiC and other similar products immediately.
MiC & MiC 96k
|Sound Quality||Studio quality digital connection||Studio quality digital connection|
Higher sample rate recording capability
|Resolution & sample rate||24 bit Up to 44.1/48kHz recording||24 bit|
Up to 96kHz recording
|Look & Feel||Same||Same|
|In the box||• MiC|
• 30-pin iOS cable
• USB Mac cable
• Table top stand
• Quick start guide
|• MiC 96k|
• Lightning iOS cable
• USB Mac cable
• Table top stand
• Microphone stand adapter
• Quick start guide
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I like MiC
“I’m not a microphone expert by any means, and as with most things musical it’s largely subjective anyway, but I thought MiC did a fantastic job recording my acoustic guitar.”
What else do you need?
“So far I’ve used this to record my classical guitar while I work on various style of African guitar playing. I use Garageband on my iPhone and MiC works great it. (and every other recording app) I’ve also used it to do some simple field recording of my band playing- also works well!The gain dial is simple to adjust. Just crank it up and then slowly dial it back until you stop seeing red.It’s compact but well built and sturdy.”
Quiddle from Cleveland, OH
B & H
Great mic on the go
“The audio quality sounds very good. Especially for voice auditions. Very happy with the mic and how easy it is to use.”
Seankenin from New York, NY
B & H
Apogee MiC Press Reviews
“… MiC by Apogee is a diminutive condenser microphone that is dead simple to operate yet captures highly detailed sound. … I was first surprised by the MiC’s heft; its all metal construction immediately strikes you as a well manufactured and high-end product…
Whether you’re writing music, shooting movies or capturing sound, Apogee’s latest offering has so many uses for producing content that it may be your next best accessory.”
“Most mic’s (if not all) that work with iPod/iPad/iPhone only work with those devices, and not as a USB mic that’ll interface with your computer as well, so it’s pretty handy that Apogee’s ‘Mic’ does both, as there are times you’ll want to use Garage Band or some other DAW on your laptop, even though recording apps for the iPhone are starting to have more and more features. The ability to turn your iPhone into a full -blown high-quality field recorder is kind of a game changer, though, and what sets the ‘Mic’ apart at the end of the day is the sound quality.”