The portable and stylish Mikme microphone gains support for USB recording in its latest firmware update. After running the update you will see a new turquoise color appear whenever you connect the mic to your device over USB. The Mikme can then be selected as a regular input in your sound settings.
For the full guide on how to set up your Mikme for USB recording read this: https://intercom.help/mikme/mikme-microphone/howto-use-mikme-as-usb-microphone.
Here is what else is new in version 2.2.6 of the Mikme firmware:
- Mikme Microphone can be used as an external USB Microphone for Mac and PC computers (48kHz, 24 Bit, mono)
- While wireless recording Mikme records in 44.1kHz M4a file only
- While local recording Mikme records either in 44.1kHz M4a, 44.1kHz Wav, 48kHz Wav or 96kHz Wav file
- The local recording settings can be set using the MIKME.INI file or the iOS App.
- OTA (Over the air) updates using the iOS App of MIkme OS
- More accurate waveform while recording with Mikme App
- Smaller improvements.
Android users will need to remain patient for their equivalent Mikme app. While the Mikme company confirmed to have Android and Mikme communicating it will still take until the end of the year for an Android version to see the light of day. Until then, the USB mode is definitely an appealing alternative to hold you over.
The Mikme is an elegantly designed black box that houses a 1 inch, gold plated, condenser microphone. It holds 16GB of internal memory to store about 34 hours worth of WAV recordings in 24 bit. ...