The Tascam MiNiSTUDIO audio interfaces have been developed to enable anyone to broadcast their programs to the world. If you have been involved in personal broadcasting, there is one thing that you have probably thought about in particular. You have probably wondered how you can gain more audience members.
The MiNiSTUDIO series of audio interfaces enable “audio performance” techniques that can make programs more interesting in order to grow your audience. Professional broadcasters call pre-recorded clapping, cheering and other sounds with a press of a button. With the PON function onMiNiSTUDIO Personal or MiNiSTUDIO Creator you can also add such sounds simply by pressing buttons. In addition, voice effects and reverb allow you to alter the voices of moderators and guests. This way, you can raise the level of excitement of a program.
Audio quality is another important aspect of audio performance. Providing your audience with sound that is easy to follow is also a way to make them feel more welcome. The MiNiSTUDIO series has high-quality audio circuits inherited from music creation devices, so you can capture clear sound just by connecting a mic.
Two HDDA (High Definition Discrete Architecture) mic preamps
Two XLR/TRS input jacks support balanced input and can provide +48V phantom power
Mini-jack mic input (MIC 1)
4-pole earphones with mic can be connected
Stereo mini-jack AUX input to connect portable audio players and game devices
Support for direct guitar input
Support for low-level dynamic mic input signals
DSP effects (equalizer, compressor and reverb)
Input monitoring function allows input sounds to always be heard before they are transmitted
Stereo analog RCA output jacks suitable for connection to powered monitors
Three self-lighting and velocity-sensitive PON trigger pads
REVERB knob to adjust the amount of reverb effect
Voice effect on/off button
ON AIR button starts transmission to the computer
Stereo mini-jack headphones output
6.3-mm standard headphones output
Separate controls for line and headphone output volumes