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Creating a Popular PodCast Goes Beyond
Good Content Alone

Find out why a good microphone is essential for creating a quality podcast experience.

So, you want to step up your podcast game. Running a successful podcast requires several factors to come together in harmony; you need a creative concept, a good schedule and strong delivery to keep fans interested, but none of those will matter if you haven't got the right microphone for the job. No matter how good your discussions or stories are, nobody wants to endure an hour of fuzzy or scratchy speech, so give your fans and your work the audio quality they deserve with the HyperX QuadCast microphone. Whether you're starting a podcast or just want to enhance your listenere's experience, these are the reasons you should choose the QuadCast USB microphone for your recordings.

Professional grade audio

Content aside, audio quality should be your number one priority when considering a podcast mic. It's vital that your listeners have a clean, crisp and enjoyable audio experience to keep them coming back for more. If you're looking into starting a podcast, make sure you start things right with the high-end equipment HyperX offers.

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The QuadCast microphone records at a sample rate of 48kHz/16-bit, matching and even surpassing the professional recording standards of the music industry. Everyone's voice is different, but with a frequency response of 20Hz-20kHz and a sensitivity of -36dB (1V/Pa at 1kHz), you can be sure your recordings will be crystal clear no matter what. There's no need to fear pesky pops making it into your recording either. The QuadCast comes with an internal pop filter to tame those percussive pains.

The modes to suit you

Podcasts can come in many different formats, from solo soliloquies to rowdy, full-room affairs. With four polar patterns to choose from (stereo, omnidirectional, cardioid, bidirectional), the HyperX QuadCast can be adjusted to obtain the maximum quality, no matter your setup. Recording an interview across the desk? Bidirectional is the way to go. Chatting with a group of friends? Omnidirectional recordings will make sure everyone's voice is captured clearly.

Setting up a microphone before each recording can be a pain, but with the QuadCast there's no need to fiddle around in software while testing thanks to the convenient gain control dial. Simply twist the base of the mic to adjust your gain on the fly and make sure the levels are right for you. Complete with a mic mount adaptor and three meters of cable to let you position it as desired, the QuadCast is adaptable to your every need.

Bumps begone

There's nothing worse than an irritating background noise ruining an otherwise perfect recording. Whether it's a bump of the table, your washer-dryer or the DIY nut next door, no one wants to hear the vibrations come through in your recordings. With the QuadCast, these issues are a thing of the past thanks to the built-in-anti-vibration shock mount. By suspending the mic on elastic ropes, all those unwanted rumbles and thumps won't make it through to the recording, so you can put your mind at ease and focus on the content instead.

Need to discuss something off the air or avoid a loud noise? A quick tap of the sensor on the top of the mic will allow you to mute the QuadCast. The LED status lights make it clear when the microphone is recording or not, so you or your guests will never be caught off-gaurd. When you're ready to start capturing again, tap the mute sensor once more to reactivate the mic and get back to business.

An excellent podcast deserves an equally stellar mic, so if you're starting a podcast from scratch or want to take your quality to new heights, the HyperX QuadCast is an excellent choice for your podcast mic. Visit the HyperX Quadcast product page to learn more or order your podcast mic today.