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The new AT2020 USB microphone offers studio-quality articulation and intelligibility. It plugs right into your computer’s USB port, and functions seamlessly with your favorite recording software. Equipped with a USB digital output, the AT2020 USB is perfect for home studio recording, field recording, podcasting, and voiceover use. <br/><b>Based on the renowned AT2020</b> <br/>The AT2020 USB is based on the design of Audio-Technica’s critically acclaimed AT2020 cardioid condenser microphone. Like the AT2020, it features a low-mass diaphragm, custom-engineered for extended frequency response and superior transient response. <br/>With low self-noise, the AT2020 USB is perfectly suited for sophisticated digital recording equipment. Audio-Technica’s state-of-the-art design and manufacturing techniques ensure that the microphone complies with the company’s renowned consistency and reliability standards. <br/>Experience AT2020 USB. Plug it in and transform your sound.<br/>
 

More than one AT2020 USB at once?

It would be awfully nice to use 2 of these at once with my MacBook Pro (w/2 USB ports) for stereo recording or voice + instrument. Is this possible with GarageBand, ProTools or Logic?
3 years, 1 month ago
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The new AT2020 USB microphone offers studio-quality articulation and intelligibility. It plugs right into your computer’s USB port, and functions seamlessly with your favorite recording software. Equipped with a USB digital output, the AT2020 USB is perfect for home studio recording, field recording, podcasting, and voiceover use. <br/><b>Based on the renowned AT2020</b> <br/>The AT2020 USB is based on the design of Audio-Technica’s critically acclaimed AT2020 cardioid condenser microphone. Like the AT2020, it features a low-mass diaphragm, custom-engineered for extended frequency response and superior transient response. <br/>With low self-noise, the AT2020 USB is perfectly suited for sophisticated digital recording equipment. Audio-Technica’s state-of-the-art design and manufacturing techniques ensure that the microphone complies with the company’s renowned consistency and reliability standards. <br/>Experience AT2020 USB. Plug it in and transform your sound.<br/>
 

More than one AT2020 USB at once?

It would be awfully nice to use 2 of these at once with my MacBook Pro (w/2 USB ports) for stereo recording or voice + instrument. Is this possible with GarageBand, ProTools or Logic?
I don't know what yowradio meant by a "switcher," unless he meant a USB hub, in which case I'm not sure he understood that this is a MacBook Pro with 2 separate USB ports (System Profiler shows "Bus Number: 0x1d" and "0x1a"). Maybe those numbers indicate the ports are not truly separate busses, but it certainly looks that way, the way the info is presented in System Profiler. Thanks for everyone's input.
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