Podcasting on my iPad mini with the Apogee MiC external microphone

The Apogee MiC is a great little microphone for the iPad, iPhone and Mac. It’s a great option for those looking for better audio recording on their device with a simple plug ‘n’ play approach.

MiC is the first studo quality microphone to make a direct digital connection to iPad, iPhone & Mac.
MiC is the first studio-quality microphone to make a direct digital connection to iPad, iPhone, and Mac. About the size of an iPhone, MiC makes it easy to capture your best take with incredible quality, anywhere your music takes you. Record any sound you can imagine, from vocals to voice-overs, instruments to interviews and everything in between, and build a track right on your iPad, iPhone or Mac with GarageBand.

PureDIGITAL technology delivers pristine sound quality
MiC is a premium digital converter featuring PureDIGITAL technology which delivers your voice or acoustic instruments true tone to your iPad, iPhone or Mac without compromise. You will notice the sonic difference between MiC and other similar products immediately.

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  1. paul ruderman says:

    Question… your article here has a title which implies that the apogee mic is for the iPad MINI, yet your article mentions nothing of the MINI and only alludes to the iPad. I am trying to figure out if the apogee plugs into the ipad mini (lightning jack) or just the ipad (30-pin jack), can you help? And if the apogee DOES plug into the ipad MINI, is the quality the same as it is with the regular ipad? Lastly, i am doing an interview show/podcoast, using only my mini for recording… so i need to TWO mics, ideally… does apogee provide, or do you know of anyone who provides, an input line to the ipad mini that connects to TWO external mics and allows for TWO separate recording tracks with these two mics (for mixing later on in garageband on the ipad mini)?
    Thanks,
    Paul

    • Steinar Knutsen says:

      Paul,

      The Apogee Mic comes with a 30-pin cable so you’ll need a lighting converter for iPad mini connection. I got one at Best Buy for $20 or so. The quality is great on the iPad mini, iPhone and iMac. I haven’t tested on any of my other iPads but I assume it’s of similar quality.

      Simultaneous, dual mic, dual track recording on the iPad mini? I’m sure it’s possible but I really don’t know of any apps or hardware to accommodate that off the top of my head.

      Thanks,
      Steinar

  2. Tom says:

    This sounds great for close up work – at your desk.

    I’m wondering how well it works/wounds in a performance situation.
    e.g. – a room about 100′ x 50′ with the mic maybe 6″ or maybe 6 or 20 feet from a singer?

    Thanks!

  3. Dr. Cubie says:

    Hello,

    Thanks for such a great app. I have one question. How do I get my Podcast into they App Store? I’m confused.

    As you can see, they are on my WordPress site http://www.drcubie.com but not in the App Store! Can you help?

    Thank you in advance