Can you put Blue Yeti on shock mount?

Can you put Blue Yeti on shock mount?

Can you put Blue Yeti on shock mount?

Its shock mount for Blue mics can work with both the Yeti and the Snowball so no matter your setup, you’re covered. It comes highly reviewed from the community as well and you can get it in black or silver to match your mic.

What mount does Blue Yeti use?

1) RODE PSA1 Swivel Mount Studio Microphone Boom Arm The Rode PSA1 is well-recognized as one of the most popular boom arms for Blue Yeti Mic. The body of the RODE PSA1 boom arm is made of metal, so it is very solid and sturdy. And it is capable of handling the mic that weighs from 1.5 lbs up to 2.4 lbs.

Are there drivers for Blue Yeti?

You won’t need software or drivers to use the Blue Yeti. Just plug the included cable into a USB port, select it in your audio settings, and start recording. Blue recently came out with software that lets you get updates and adjust settings (see Blue Sherpa below) but it’s optional.

Are shock mounts Universal?

Are shock mounts universal? Usually the shock mounts are designed to work best with a particular model or series. That is why it is recommended to get the microphone shock mount that was designed for your studio microphone.

What does Blue Yeti shock mount do?

Blue Yeti Shock Mount A shock mount will reduce vibrations from traveling into the microphone and greatly improve sound quality.

Is a shock mount necessary?

Using a shock mount is always recommended. There is nothing worse than ruining your magic take and it is always better to play it safe. Especially when your microphone is placed on a table and when you move a lot in the area of your microphone, a shock mount is important to have.

Why won’t my PC recognize my Blue Yeti?

First, to rule out a hardware issue, you can try another USB port and make sure your USB cable is properly connected. Check whether your microphone goes back to work. Many users find it works when they switch the USB port from 3.0 to 2.0. If Blue Yeti is still not showing up on your PC, you can try another USB cable.

How do I install a Blue Yeti driver?

SOFTware Setup

  1. Make sure Yeti is connected directly to your computer with the included USB cable.
  2. Open up GarageBand.
  3. Select New Project, and double click Vocal.
  4. Go to the GarageBand drop down menu, select Preferences…, and click Audio/MIDI.
  5. Select Yeti Stereo Microphone as the Output Device and Input Device.