Sound Blaster R3

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Dive into your recordings right away! The Sound Blaster R3 expands your laptop audio connections to more than one input. Dedicated connections such as the dual microphone input or line-in allows you to sing and play with your favourite guitar tunes simultaneously, as well as plug in other sources of music such as your MP3 player.

With the dedicated line-out connection, hook up some powered speakers and play out your latest tracks to your friends, in all its glory. The Sound Blaster R3 also comes with both a high-quality XLR vocal microphone and a clip-on instrument condenser microphone.

The vocal microphone fits into standard microphone stand clips and also features an on-off switch integrated into the microphone. The instrument microphone has a clip designed to secure to acoustic guitars, but is also suited well for other acoustic instruments. Unlike some other external recording cards using FireWire, the audio interface in the Sound Blaster R3 utilises simple USB connectivity, which means that PC and Mac users can now enjoy simplified connectivity to desktop and notebooks with a single USB cable.

Simply plug it in and you're ready to go. When connected to an external USB battery for use with tablets or mobile phones, the Sound Blaster R3 uses the USB port for power, and the "mobile in" port to handle audio transfer. This means that the Sound Blaster R3 works even when you like outdoor recordings, or when travelling around the world and inspiration hits you!

When recording, it's essential to be able to monitor audio in real time. This limits the number of takes needed and also allows creativity to flow much easier.

The Sound Blaster R3 allows for real-time monitoring in hardware with the added bonus of being able to add in and adjust hardware reverb as well. The reverb level that you hear in your monitors is applied to the output stream for a truly "what you hear is what you get" result. The dedicated hardware reverb control knob lets you adjust the level of reverb to dress up your voice for professional recording sessions.

Tired of having to choose specific headphones impedances to match your setup? The Sound Blaster R3 has a Ohm amplifier, which means you can even use studio-grade headphones to monitor your recording. The dual microphone input allows you to sing and play with your favourite guitar tunes simultaneously! Sound Blaster R3 Control Panel gives you the ability to control and customize every aspect of your recording.

There's no problem in either case as the Sound Blaster R3 is designed to integrate into both basic and complex production workflows. Stereo Mixing allows you to record from your microphone, Line, Wave sources - giving you flexibility in various recording set-ups.

There's no delay with the R3. The hardware real-time headphone monitoring feature of the R3 sets the unit apart from regular USB microphones which often rely on the recording software's monitoring feature, thus adding audio latency into the recording process.

When a student or performer is recording, this latency makes it extremely difficult to hear themselves effectively and is far from the ideal listening situation for recording. Calibrating software and hardware equipment to reduce or eliminate latency can be a complicated process. And you know us, we love a bit of community chatter! Eye contact is the most important aspect of a video to connect with your viewers.

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It shoots crisp amazing looking footage and constantly comes up on all of the top lists for video equipment.