First Guide of RGB Umic

First Guide of RGB Umic

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(Summary description)【Tutorial】First Guide of Comica RGB Umic USB Condenser Microphone

First Guide of RGB Umic

(Summary description)【Tutorial】First Guide of Comica RGB Umic USB Condenser Microphone

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  • Author:Comica Audio
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  • Time of issue:2022-11-21 17:14
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【Tutorial】Comica RGB Umic USB Condenser Microphone



To assist you in better understanding how to use RGB Umic and make it your greatest recording tool as soon as you get one, there is a detailed graphic tutorial. You can enjoy using the RGB Umic with the help of this tutorial.

-Overview and Accessories-


The RGB Umic is an RGB cardioid condenser USB mic, which has diverse lighting effect modes, personalized reverb options, and rich compatibility that will improve the recording experience of podcasting, live streaming, video, song creation, audiobook, and professional voice-over. There is a list of accessories for the RGB Umic.


-Components and Instruction-


The pickup area is located in the grid above the mic. The correct way to pick up the sound is to aim the front of the “C” logo at the sound source to get an excellent recording. The mic head is rotatable and you can rotate 360 degrees left and right as well as slightly up and down.



Below the mic head is the RGB light effect screen. It has seven RGB effects and three dynamic modes in stack/flash/breathe. This screen will also show the corresponding charging status. When charging, the red light will flicker from bottom to top. The red light shows on the full screen when you finish charging.



On the left side below the RGB light effect screen is the working status indicator of the mic. Blue light keeps on when in normal recording; Red light keeps on when in muting mode. In the middle is the muting button, a short press to switch normal recording/muting. After switching, the working status indicator on the left will also change accordingly.




On the right-hand side below the RGB light effect screen is an RGB light battery/reverb level indicator. The red light flickers when there is a low battery; the purple light keeps on when in original sound mode; the blue light keeps on when in low-level reverb mode; the orange light keeps on when in mid-level reverb mode; and the green light keeps on when in high-level reverb mode.



There are three interfaces on the right side of the mic. The first one is the USB-C charging port, which can be charged by a power bank/external power supply to the RGB light.

The second is the TRS/TRRS monitoring port. Two-way monitoring can be achieved through this port. In the live streaming, you can monitor your voice and the voice from the platform. The last one is a USB-C audio output port, which connects to a computer or smartphone via a 2-in-1 audio cable.




On the back of the mic, there is a gain/volume control knob. The knob adopts a stepless adjustment design. Turn clockwise to increase mic gain and headphone monitor volume; Turn counterclockwise to decrease mic gain and headphone monitor volume. When adjusting the gain and monitoring volume, the RGB light effect on the front of the mic will be changed synchronously to show the current gain volume.



Below the knob is the reverb level switch. Short press 'Effect' to switch between normal recording/low-level reverb/mid-level reverb/high-level reverb recording. You can select the sound effects according to different scene requirements.


The next is the RGB light power/effect button. Long press ‘Mode’ to turn on/off; short press 'Mode' to switch 7 kinds of light effects. The round hole is a 1/4-threaded hole, so you can connect it with other accessories like a mic arm stand. Finally, there is a detachable desktop stand. Put the mic on the desktop stand when using it.



*The recommended distance is 10–25 cm. The distance should be 40 cm if you are recording a loud sound. Popping sounds can be easily avoided with long-distance use.



You need to use the USB C-USB C to connect if the phone/computer/tablet has the USB-C interface. When the computer is equipped with USB-A, you can use the USB C-USB A cable to connect.



When using the device with the Lightning interface, you need to connect through a USB C-Lightning adapter that supports OTG.




*No matter what kind of device it is used with, please note that the end with the magnetic ring needs to be inserted into the mic, and the other end should be connected to the device.


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