Modern little audio recorder: the Tula Mic | Digital Trends Spanish
The 2020 health emergency forced us to carry out almost all of our tasks from home. Who perform podcast or radio programs, they were forced to record with their own equipment and this could have reduced the quality of the recording.
Fortunately, there’s the Tula Mic, a portable recorder that records high-quality audio, has smart features, and comes at a low price ($ 199).
This device also draws attention for its design, different from the professional recorders we know and with an appearance vintage attractive oriented to the most nostalgic public.
Regarding its operation, the Tula Mic has buttons to adjust the gain, jump through the different files, change the cancellation of ambient noise and play the recordings.
This device is capable of recording up to 12 hours with noise cancellation when activating artificial intelligence (AI), or it can go up to 17 hours without it.
Its noise cancellation is designed to eliminate low-level ambient sounds that even disturb the quiet rooms of our homes.
It can also work with a USB microphone that connects to a Mac or PC. Furthermore, it can be switched between the two microphone modes it offers: cardioid and monodirectional.
One of the negative aspects that those who have already used it stand out is that, due to the small size of the Tula Mic, being connected to a computer, it remains at a great distance from the mouth.
However, from the company they affirm that they will soon launch some mounts so that the recorder remains closer to the user.