We know that smartphones have made audio recorder obsolete. But what if audio recorder is also a microphone? Perhaps, it is worthwhile getting an audio recorder – especially if you are a content creator. No? The Tula Mic from startup Tula Microphones is one such device.

Tula Microphones Tula Mic

Tula Mic is a USB microphone that connects with USB-C connectivity. It is also a mobile recorder with internal memory and battery, and function keys, thus allowing it to be used without a computer.

This modern yet nostalgic mic/audio recorder is suitable a variety of applications, including recording interview, concert, board meeting, and if you desire, nature sounds.

Tula Mic is not just a pretty gadget. It is loaded with features, including Swedish software company Klevgrand’s noise reduction algorithm which lets you remove unwanted background noise at a touch of a button.

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That’s just a start. It also touts an advanced Digital Signal Processing (DSP), dedicated cardioid and omnidirectional ECM capsules that offers a range of polar patterns, Burr Brown op amps, Texas Instruments audio codec, and a 3.5 mm headphone jack that doubles as mobile recording or USB mode, and as an input for a clip-on Lavalier microphone.

The built-in rechargeable battery is good for up to 14 hours of battery life in between charges and supports ultra fast charging. The Tula Mic comes with a detachable base and a universal adapter for mic stands and arms. It will work with both Mac and Windows as well as Android and iOS devices.

In case anyone’s interested, you may want to know the Tula Mic by Tula Microphones can be had for US$199 from tulamics.com.

Images: Tula Microphones.

Published by Mike

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