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I would describe the sound as a little more “tinny and hollow” than say an RE20 but again, with software adjustments, I could achieve the richness I desire. I had enough trouble with “popping” that I harvested the foam cover from my Behringer B1 and that helped tremendously.
The Blue Yeti has multiple condensers inside so you can set up a single voice, interview style across from each other, or full room mode (selectable via a dial on the mic) so the need for one-on-one interviews to have 2 mics is removed.
Again, I promise 2 RE20′s in a studio will sound better than this mic on table in a crowded area…but the trade off is a single point of failure/single piece of hardware/incredibly easy to use plug and play
set up that minimizes stress and weight for your mobile needs. At home, I have the Yeti screwed into my articulating arm mount since it has the standard mount on its base.
It took me all of 3 minutes to become hooked on this mic. I went to record some audio for a web commercial on a Friday evening. I found that the mixer had no Phantom Power (the electrical power that makes normal mics work). I went to Guitar Center at 10AM on Saturday, was recording within the hour, and had cleansed my home office/studio of the large mixer, etc. before noon.
You will like the Blue Yeti for simple recording, skyping, interviews, etc. but be sure to use a pop filter and play around with your recording software to achieve the sound you want and get recording!
Blue Microphones Yeti USB Microphone