Blue Microphones is an innovator in the audio technology industry. They're only 20-years-old and have been named as one of the fastest-growing companies by Inc. Magazine for the past seven years. Their premium line of microphones and headphones are admired by professionals from every aspect of the industry. They've now introduced the Compass, a boom arm for desktop.
Compass is well suited for a wide range of audio professionals, including broadcasters, podcasters, video game streamers, and much more. The all-new boom arm is compatible with an array of microphones, including Blue's Yeti and their USB mics, as well as a plethora of professional studio microphones.
"Podcasters, streamers and audio professionals have been asking us for a boom arm solution that works with Yeti and other pro mics, and were excited to introduce Compass," said Tommy Edwards, Director of Product Management at Blue Microphones.
Compass is feature-rich, coming with a studio-grade, enclosed design with internal springs. The intuitive design allows for a full 360-degree rotation. The base clamps onto a desk via the C-clamp, which creates a secure connection so the Compass doesn't slide around.
Blue Microphones will release Yeticaster later this month, a bundle of the Compass, Radius III shock mount, and the Yeti microphone. Yeticaster will retail at $199.
Compass is now available in the US at Amazon, B&H, Dell, Musician's Friend, Sweetwater, and many more for $99. You can visit Blue Microphone's website for more information here.