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The Alpha Desktop Recording Studio is extremely compact, yet it gives you the features needed to get professional recording results anywhere! Designed with many of the same features found in professional studios, Alpha Studio is your complete recording solution: a USB powered I/O mixer with Cubase LE, the popular recording production suite from Steinberg, and their acclaimed Lexicon Pantheon VST reverb plug-in. A dual-input, 2-bus, 2-output USB I/O mixer with extra high-impedance instrument input and separate headphone output gives you the freedom to not only record but also mix anywhere.
The Audio Technica ST90MKII is a high quality dynamic microphone that's tough enough to be used in any professional situation. Ideal for the stage or studio where crisp, clear vocals are a must! This is the perfect mic for vocalists or performers on a tight budget. Designed to be one tough cookie this microphone can withstand all the rigors of a full scale tour or the simplicity of any home recording studio. The ST90mkII features an on-off switch, plus requires no phantom power you can use it with just about any mixer, PA or self-powered speaker.
Plug the 20 Foot XLR to XLR Microphone Cable into your microphone, patch up to the mixer or the snake, and pump up the volume folks! This XLR to XLR mic cable with rugged jacket is designed to handle a small backyard party or large scale event while preventing unwanted interference from entering the signal path.