CEntrance has launched a new podcast series to showcase its MixerFace mobile mixer + recorder.
The new podcast is hosted by Michael Goodman, company founder and CEO, and features interviews with notable figures in the world of audio.
Goodman has made many friends during his years of design work for over 100 audio brands, and this gives his guests an opportunity to share fascinating stories. In the first series of podcasts he speaks with Scott Thunes, bass player with Frank Zappa, The Waterboys, and Fear, CJ Vanston, composer, producer, and musical director for Spinal Tap and Toto, and Don Lewis, legendary musician, educator, and inventor.
“MixerFace lets me stay in the conversation. It makes podcasting intuitive,” said Goodman. “When recording yourself, you have to wear two hats: You are a recording talent and a recording engineer at once. With MixerFace’s one-touch recording and tactile knobs, I feel less like an engineer and more like on-air talent. And since I travel a lot, MixerFace lets me interview people remotely.”
The new podcast is part of a re-designed website, where CEntrance features tech notes explaining how to use MixerFace for podcasting, live streaming, YouTube-ing, and audio recording.
MixerFace is a passport-sized, 4-input audio mixer that records to your smartphone, the built-in SD card recorder, or both, for redundancy. A combination of mobile mixer, recorder, and USB audio interface, it features professional sound quality and a rechargeable battery that lasts eight hours. MixerFace includes CEntrance’s Jasmine mic preamps, which feature lower noise and higher gain, and adds a high-pass filter to remove low-frequency rumble in noisy environments.
MixerFace comes in three models. R4 retails for $349. USD (shipping now), R4R adds a built-in SD card recorder, $449. USD (shipping now), R4B adds a pair of XY mics and SD recorder, $499. USD (shipping in Q2 2019).
Visit the CEntrance podcast page here: https://centrance.com/podcasts