IK Multimedia Announces iRig Mic Field

IK_Multimedia_iRig_mic_fieldThursday, IK Multimedia announced iRig Mic Field, a small new “pocketable” and adjustable stereo digital microphone for audio and video field recording with Lightning-compatible iOS devices.

iRig Mic Field Features:

  • Digital stereo field-recording mic which connects to iOS devices via the Lightning port
  • Lightweight and “pocketable” design
  • Rotates 90° for optimal audio/video positioning; locks in place with comfortable-to-use controls
  • Ideal for music recording, video shoots or any field recording application
  • Integrated headphone output for immediate real-time audio monitoring
  • Gain control and multicolor LED indicator for easy and accurate level adjustment
  • 2 high-quality cardioid electret condenser capsules
  • 24-bit, 44.1 – 48 kHz A/D conversion

Recording with iRig Mic Field. iRig Mic Field comes fully equipped with IK’s iRig Recorder app (version 2 is coming soon) for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The latest version of IK’s popular field recording app allows the user to easily record, annotate, edit and process stereo audio with a revamped GUI, 8 new effects and a full suite of “newly enhanced” social sharing capabilities. iRig Mic Field also works with iOS Core Audio and Core Video apps like GarageBand, Voice Memo, Camera and iMovie.

Pricing and Availability.
iRig Mic Field will cost $99.99/€79.99 (excluding taxes) and will be available from music and electronics retailers worldwide in October 2014. More information is found at the IK Multimedia iRig Mic Field website.

8 thoughts on “IK Multimedia Announces iRig Mic Field

    1. Not for the OCD types, huh?

      If you look at it closely, it looks like this because you can turn it 90 degrees and operate in two positions.

  1. Not too concerned about the fidelity as much as the sensitivity. For example, if I could sit in my car and pick up awesome stuff in-detail going on around the parking lot, I’d be interested.

  2. Assuming you can shoot video while recording with it, does it have a cable so you can place the mic and the camera in separate locations?

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