Vocaster Broadcast Kit pairs our best dynamic microphone with our clear and comfortable headphones to bring studio quality to your podcast setup.
If you're just using the Vocatser DM14v microphone - click here.
This article helps you understand the following topics:
- What's inside the box.
- How to connect the HP60v headphones to your Vocaster.
- How to connect the Vocaster DM14v microphone to your Vocaster.
- And how to apply Auto Gain to the microphone for recording.
What's in the box?
- The Vocaster DM14v microphone.
- A pair of HP60v headphones.
- And an XLR cable.
Connect one end of the XLR cable to your microphone.
Connect the other end to an input of your Vocaster.
Auto Gain - Vocaster Two
It’s never been so simple to get the best-sounding audio for your podcast with Vocaster’s Auto Gain. If you're using a different interface, please see the instructions in this article.
On Vocaster Two press and hold the Host or Guest button to activate Auto Gain.
On Vocaster One press the Auto Gain button once to activate Auto Gain.
Or alternatively, if you have Vocaster Hub open on your computer, you can click the on-screen Auto Gain icon (for both Vocaster One and Vocaster Two users).
Then, speak into the microphone for 10 seconds, using the speaking voice that you will use for the recording itself.
After 10 seconds, Auto Gain sets the input level for the input and you’re ready to start recording using that microphone (for both Vocaster One and Vocaster Two users).
After using Auto Gain, you can still manually adjust the levels with the gain knob at any time.
Connect your headphones to the headphone socket on the front of your Vocaster.
You can adjust the volume for each pair of headphones separately with the monitor level controls on Vocaster Two, here.
During recording, it’s advised to use just the headphones to avoid any feedback loops.
You can do this by muting the speaker outputs from Vocaster Hub.