Attention, solo and duo podcasters looking for an easy-to-use audio interface that won’t bust your budget: Focusrite Vocaster has arrived! Known for building some of the world’s most popular home studio interfaces for musicians, Focusrite loaded their Vocaster One and Vocaster Two with the podcasting community’s most-wanted features, like Auto Gain for setting levels quickly and easily, and one-click Enhance to help you get any voice sounding its best.
Get a closer look at the Vocaster One Studio and Vocaster Two Studio bundles in our video! These Studio packages come with a microphone, cable, and headphones included for a complete setup in one box.
With Auto Gain automatic level setting, Vocaster USB interfaces determine the correct microphone level in seconds — and they’ve got more than enough gain on tap to run gain-hungry dynamic mics such as the popular SM7 (no gain booster required).
The Enhance button on top of the interface gives you instantly clear, great-sounding vocals with one touch. Four specially designed voice presets let you dial in a pro sound immediately.
A handy hardware mute button for each mic makes it easy for you (or your co-host/guest) to silence the recording during coughs, sneezes, or other unintended sounds. A TRRS cable input lets you bring calls into the podcast easily, and a TRS output makes it a cinch to run your studio sound into your DSLR camera for vlogs or video projects.
Vocaster interfaces are powered by your computer so you can take them anywhere, and they include Hindenburg Lite software and a three-year warranty, so you’ll be ready to record at all times.