What are the three settings on the Snowball mic?

You get three pickup settings—cardioid, omni, and cardioid with -10dB pad—to accommodate any recording situation.

How do I get my Blue Snowball mic to work?

What to do if Blue Snowball isn’t picking up voice?

  1. Manually disable audio devices and reconnect your Snowball mic.
  2. Re-install the driver for Blue Snowball microphone.
  3. Update and troubleshoot your drivers.
  4. Troubleshoot the microphone by using the Windows tools.

How do I connect my Blue Snowball mic to my computer?

Connect the Snowball to your computer with the supplied USB cable—the LED just above the Blue logo will glow red, indicating power has reached the Snowball. Now you can start recording and streaming in stunning audio quality.

Why is my Blue Snowball not being detected?

Just go to Device Manager, select your audio driver and uninstall it (do not remove the software). And then restart the computer. Windows should re-install it, and it should work agian.

Are Snowball mics good?

Snowball is a good mic, but you can find better microphones for the price of it. A DIY recording booth tutorial if you don’t already have one, as having one of these will also help increase the quality of your UTAU/recordings. Kitcat190 likes this.

What is a Snowball microphone?

The Snowball is a pretty basic microphone that offers three selectable patterns for sound capture (that’s one less than its more-expensive sibling, the Yeti offers). A simple 3-position slider on the back changes the Snowball to either cardioid, omni, or cardioid with -10db pad.

What is Samson USB mic?

Samson Go Mic USB Microphone for Mac and PC Computers (Silver) The Go Mic USB Microphone from Samson is a compact, plug-and-play solution that requires no drivers and is completely Mac and Windows compatible.