Blue introduces the Yeti Nano USB mic

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The Nano is a smaller version of the company’s beloved Yeti USB mic.

While you may not know the name Blue Microphones, chances are you’ve heard them. The company is a favorite among podcasters, streamers, and YouTubers and they make some of the best mics on the market. The company has just introduced their latest: the Yeti Nano.

The Nano is a smaller version of the company’s beloved Yeti USB mic. Like its older brother, it offers plug-and-play capability and is super easy to setup and use, and is perfect for podcasters, game streamers, YouTube live streamers, and more. The biggest advantage of the Nano is its size. The Yeti is an amazing mic but also heavy and bulky.

Yeti Nano
Yeti Nano is expected to be available in four colors including Shadow Grey, Vivid Blue, Red Onyx and Cubano Gold.

“With Yeti Nano, content producers can easily record and stream with the signature studio-quality sound of Yeti, in a new compact and streamlined design that fits in perfectly on any desktop,” said Tommy Edwards, director of product management at Blue Microphones. “Whether you’re gaming, making a business call, or recording something new, you’ll be heard loud and clear with incredible sound quality, every time.”

Yeti Nano delivers Blue studio-quality sound, with two proprietary condenser mic capsules that are specifically tuned to give your voice exceptional presence and detail. Yeti Nano supports high-quality 24-bit/48kHz recording, so you can give your podcast or video truly professional production value. Plus, Yeti Nano offers plug ‘n play performance with a wide range of software and operating systems, making it versatile and easy-to-use in any environment.

Featuring two pickup-pattern controls directly on the mic, Yeti Nano gives you the flexibility to record a single source, or multiple sources at once. Cardioid mode records sources that are directly in front of the microphone, and is perfect for podcasts with a single host, game streaming, Skype calls, voiceovers, vocal performances, or instruments. Omnidirectional mode picks up sound equally from every direction, and is ideal for conference calls with multiple participants or a multi-person interview on a podcast.

Yeti Nano comes with the all-new Blue Sherpa companion app, which features quick and direct control options from your desktop to help you get the most from your mic. Mute and unmute your mic and headphones, fine-tune gain and levels, switch polar patterns, and change sample rates—all within the software. Sherpa will also download firmware updates directly to your Yeti Nano, seamlessly keeping you up to date. Sherpa support for Blue’s full USB mic lineup is coming soon.

Yeti Nano features a built-in metal stand with easy angle adjustment and is compatible with Blue’s Radius III shockmount and Compass boom arm.

The new Yeti Nano is going to carry a MSRP of $99USD. The Shadow Grey version is available now at Blue Microphones, Amazon, and participating retailers with other colors coming soon.

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