MXL Introduces New Tempo USB Microphone for Mobile Recording

New MXL microphone brings studio-quality recording to the iPad®

MXL Microphones, the professional audio division of Marshall Electronics, has introduced a new microphone that puts studio-quality recording within easy reach of iPad® users.

The new MXL Tempo is a USB-powered condenser microphone that allows users to record vocals and other sounds on-the-go when connected via an optional iPad® Camera Connection Kit adapter. This lightweight microphone makes it easy to record professional-sounding music and podcasts virtually anywhere without expensive studio equipment. It is also compatible with PC and Mac® computers and works with a wide variety of music and chat programs.

“More and more recording is being done outside of traditional studios,” said Perry Goldstein, MXL’s manager of sales and marketing. “In the new landscape of music production, the MXL Tempo is the perfect tool for mobile recording on-the-go.”

The MXL Tempo features an integrated headphone output that allows monitoring of recordings without going through a computer. The Tempo is currently available in two different colors. The MXL Tempo KR provides a black body with a red grill, while the MXL Tempo SK is silver with a black grill.

The MXL Tempo is now shipping with an MSRP of $79.95. For more information, please visit www.mxlmics.com/products/USB/Tempo/Tempo.html.
FAST FACTS:

• iPad® compatible
• PC and Mac® OS compatible
• Ideal for vocals & podcasts
• Built-in high fidelity headphone jack
• Great for web or video chats
• Available in two different colors

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