This interface contains everything a podcaster could ever need and it’s $200 cheaper than the Rodecaster Pro. It doesn’t have blue tooth for phone calls but it does have a TRRS input and in my opinion that’s more reliable with better quality.
Another feature I really like is the ability to power the unit with a micro usb input. This allows you to use a battery bank to power the device instead of batteries.
I can’t imagine a reason I’d ever be podcasting away from a wall outlet but it’s still good design for those who need it.
For recordings with more than 2 people this would be my go to interface.
- 8-channel mixer (6 combo, plus 2 TS)
- 12-track simultaneous recording, 10-track playback
- Mix-Minus function preventing audio feedback from dial-in guests
- TRRS connection and included TRRS cable for phone connectivity
- 6 assignable Sound Pads, with 13 preset sounds
- 4 headphone outputs, consisting of 3 custom monitor mixes, plus one main mix
- 3-band EQ and a low-cut function
- 7 scene memories for storing mixes
- 12-in / 4-out USB audio interface
- Class-compliant mode (for iOS compatibility)
- Battery operated with four AA batteries or a USB power supply
- Record up to 24-bit/96kHz, record up to 48kHZ to computer and SD card simultaneously