Tascam debuts a pair of small soundboards for podcasters

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The name “MiniStudio” should give you a pretty clear idea of what you’re in for with Tascam’s new offerings. The two devices are essentially little boards designed to recreate a radio studio on a small scale at home for podcasting purposes.

Both boards are Windows and Mac compatible, connecting to a computer (and powering) via USB, and using the Apple Camera Kit, it’s also possible to hook them up to iOS devices. They’re capable of recording audio quality up to 24-bit, 96 kHz and work with various software solutions.

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Both also feature three illuminating PON pads to trigger sound effects, so you can get your morning Zoo Crew style recording on (airhorns and fart sounds anyone?), along with a built-in voice effect feature. All of that can be monitored in real-time via the MiniStudio’s Broadcast mode.

The MiNiSTUDIO Creator US-42 builds upon the MiNiSTUDIO Personal US-32 with a second mic input for guests, multiple headphones jacks and an RCA output for studio monitors. The 42 also features a Creator mode designed for editing audio.

The boards are available now for $130 and $180, respectively.