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MKE 2 digital

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Digital pro sound – for the first time for iOS

The MKE 2 digital delivers high-end audio for your video, your docu-film, your stream or interviews. You have a larger audience in mind? With this set, you obtain perfect recordings out and about – even when working alone. The Apogee and Sennheiser recording experts have provided a simple and brilliant recording solution. All apps for current iOS devices included.

Digital pro sound – for the first time for iOS

Videos

Upgrade your sound to HD too

For all professionals who live for capturing special moments: MKE 2 digital delivers the studio-quality sound – at a level, which not long time ago was only possible with far greater expense and effort.

Upgrade your sound to HD too

Speech

“Did you record that in the studio?”

The MKE 2 digital is a professional quality broadcast microphone. It gives voices more depth and presence and captures fine nuance in each situation. The fact that key metadata and markers are directly adopted when transferring data to editing programs also makes the workflow easier.

“Did you record that in the studio?”

Events

Securely capturing magic moments

There are special situations in life that are not likely to happen again. These moments are when we need technology to work in perfect harmony with our lives. For this purpose, MKE 2 digital provides technologies that professionals can rely on.

Securely capturing magic moments

The mic

Famous from films and TV

The MKE 2 is a legend in live performances; it has proven itself as a worldwide industry standard on Broadway, television and professional news gathering. Thanks to its rugged housing and its ultralight Umbrella Diaphragm (TM), it is protected against dampness and remains durable in any situation. The wind deflector is supplied as a metal and foam protection variant and can also be combined for optimal recordings.

Famous from films and TV

The converter

The art of signal conversion

For the MKE 2 digital, the Apogee experts have developed a special A/D converter that goes far beyond the possibilities offered by previous solutions. A 96 kHz/24 bit data stream delivers the highest audio quality to your iOS device.

The art of signal conversion

The Apps

All the apps you need

MetaRecorder does not only save recordings but also simplifies both the handling on the spot and the subsequent synchronization – including XML files for Final Cut Pro. And for those who prefer working with other recording or film apps, the Maestro app can be used to control the finest details of the microphone and recording.

Download on the App Store
All the apps you need

The Lightning Connector

Plug and go

The MKE 2 digital uses the lightning connector, thus saving the high-quality data stream directly in your iOS device. This leaves your headphone connector free to be used to monitor what you are recording.

Plug and go

Технические характеристики

  • Разъём
    Apple Mfi certified Lightning connector
  • Диапазон воспроизводимых частот
    20 - 20,000 Hz
  • Максимальный уровень звукового давления
    @ min.gain: 130 dB; @ max. gain: 95 dB
  • Длина кабеля
    1.6 m
  • Принцип преобразования, акустический тип
    pre-polarized condenser microphone
  • Вес
    29 g
  • Диаметр
    4.8 mm (capsule)
  • Диаграмма направленности микрофона
    omnidirectional
  • Рабочая температура
    0° C…+50°C
  • Эквивалентный уровень шума
    @ min. gain: -95 dBFS (A); @ max.gain: -67 dBFS(A)
  • Усиление
    0 - 35 dB
  • Цифровая конвертация
    multibit DeltaSigma
  • DSP_процессор
    Compression, EQ (selectable presets via Apogee Maestro App)
  • Включение
    Supplied by iOS device
  • Чувствительность
    @ min. gain: -50 dBFS (80 dB SPL, 1 kHz)<br>@ max. gain: -15 dBFS (80 dB SPL, 1 kHz)
  • Частоты дискретизации
    44,1 / 48 / 88,2 / 96 kHz
  • Скорость передачи данных
    16 Bit, 24 Bit

FAQ

  • Can I listen through headphones while recording with a ClipMic digital or MKE 2 digital?

    You can certainly have a Sennheiser ClipMic digital or MKE 2 digital and a set of headphones or ear buds connected to an Apple device (iPhone, iPad, etc) and functioning together.

    To allow this set up to function correctly connect your headphones/ear buds first and then connect your ClipMic digital or MKE 2 digital. Next go to the ‘Settings’ tab and engage the ‘Input Monitor’ switch.

    It might be helpful to understand that iOS uses the most recently connected audio device for audio In/Out. If a ClipMic digital or MKE 2 digital is connected first and then a headset second the audio apps will use the headset for input and output. If the headset is connected first and then the ClipMic digital or MKE 2 digital second the audio apps will use the headset for output and the ClipMic digital or MKE 2 digital for input.



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  • How can I be sure that MetaRecorder is getting audio input from the right device?

    In MetaRecorder the active input device is indicated below the input gain slider display button ­ the button with the mic icon on it.



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  • How can I download MetaRecorder onto my iPad?

    As of version 1.01 MetaRecorder doesn’t include a layout specific for iPad, which leads to the app being listed as “iPhone Only” in the App Store’s search function. Nevertheless, it’s possible to download an “iPhone Only” app on your iPad and run it with absolutely no difference in operation.

    When searching for MetaRecorder on the App Store, set device filter to “iPhone Only” and download.



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  • How can I export audio files from the MetaRecorder App to another device?

    The MetaRecorder App offers three methods for sharing Scenes:

    ● Dropbox - the popular cloud­ based file sharing service

    ● Email

    ● iTunes - via a wired connection between your iOS device and your Mac/PC.

    Sharing Scenes via Dropbox

    To share one or more Scenes:

    - Tap the Scenes tab.

    - Tap Select/Done (P)​ then tap the Scene(s) to be shared.

    - Tap the Share icon at the bottom of the screen (Q)​.

    - Choose “Export to Dropbox". NOTE: A progress bar appears at the bottom of the screen to indicate Upload progress. 

    NOTE: Before sharing MetaRecorder Scenes via Dropbox you’ll need to create a Dropbox account (http://www.dropbox.com). Dropbox offers up to 2 TB of cloud storage at no cost plus very reasonable paid subscriptions.

    Sharing Scenes via Email

    To share one or more Scenes:

    - Tap the Scenes tab.

    - Tap Select/Done (P)​ then tap the Scene(s) to be shared.

    - Tap the Share icon at the bottom of the screen (Q)​.

    - Choose “Export via Email”. The iPhone’s Mail app is opened and an email draft is created with the selected Scene(s) attached.

    Sharing Scenes via iTune File Sharing

    By using the Lighting to USB cable that comes with the iPhone charger it’s possible to transfer Scene data to a computer. There’s no need to select Scenes to share via iTunes File Sharing ­because this method gives you direct access to the iPhone file storage system.

    To share one or more Scenes:

    - Connect the iPhone to your Mac or PC using the Lightning to USB cable that came with the iPhone/iPod charger and then launch iTunes.

    - Click on the iPhone or iPad icon. (1)

    - Select “Apps” on the iPhone or iPad. (2)

    - Scroll down to the “File Sharing” section and select “MetaRecorder”. (3)

    - Select the Scenes to be saved to the Mac/PC. (4)

    - Click “Save to…” and navigate to the desired Mac/PC folder. (5)



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  • How do I adjust the input level of the microphone on the Apogee MetaRecorder?

    To adjust the input level of the microphone on the Apogee MetaRecorder use the input level control slider.



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  • How do I start recording with the Apogee MetaRecorder?

    To start recording using the Apogee MetaRecorder simply press the RECORD button.



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  • What are the recording time limitations of the Broadcast Wave format?

    MetaRecorder can record and play back two file formats ­Broadcast Wave and CAF (Coure Audio File).

    Broadcast WAVE files have a 2GB size limit due to limitations of the format and iOS. This translates into the following maximum recording times per file (i.e. one continuous take) shown below. The number of separate files that may be recorded is limited only by available storage on the device. Swipe the Playhead time to the left to see available recording time/storage. 

    If you need to record one continuous file for longer than the maximum recording times indicated above choose the CAF audio format.



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  • What does the main screen of the Apogee MetaRecorder look like?



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  • What does the markers screen of the Apogee MetaRecorder look like?



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  • Where can I find the MetaRecorder User’s Guide?

    The MetaRecorder User’s Guide may be found in the app at Settings > Help.

    The User's Guide can also be located on Apogee’s website (http://www.apogeedigital.com/support-documentation/metarecorder-users-guide) in the Support/MetaRecorder section.



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  • Why doesn’t Input Monitoring work at 88.2/96kHz?

    Input Monitoring will only work at 88.2/96kHz if your output device supports these sample rates. If you are using an Apogee MiC 96k or a Sennheiser ClipMic you can record at 88.2/96kHz, but you may not be able to use input monitoring if you’re using the iDevice’s built­-in output or Apple ear­buds since both of these output devices only support up to 48kHz.

    The recorded file will still be at 88.2/96kHz, but when you play it back you will be listening at 44.1/48kHz. If you would like to use input monitoring while recording, you can use a lower sample ­rate, such as 44.1 or 48kHz or if you would like to stay at a higher sample­ rate, you can use an input/output device that supports 88.2/96kHz on input and output, such as the Apogee ONE for iPad & Mac or the Apogee Duet for iPad & Mac.



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  • Why does recording stop on the MetaRecorder after 60 seconds?

    The free version of MetaRecorder downloaded from the Apple App Store is limited to 60 seconds of continuous recording.

    There are two options to unlock the app’s full functionality:

    Option 1: Connect a compatible Sennheiser or Apogee or device one time. Once full functionality is unlocked once it remains unlocked until a new app update is installed.

    Compatible devices:

    ● Sennheiser ClipMic digital

    ● Sennheiser MKE 2 digital

    ● Apogee Mic

    ● Apogee Jam

    ● Apogee ONE

    ● Apogee Duet

    ● Apogee Quartet

    Option 2: ­Purchase the In­App Upgrade to full functionality from the App Store.



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  • Why does the MetaRecorder record my headphones/earbuds mic rather than the ClipMic digital or MKE 2 digital signal?

    When the MetaRecorder is recording the signal from the microphone of your headphones or ear buds rather than the signal from your ClipMic digital or MKE 2 digital it means that the connection configuration has occurred in the incorrect order.

    To allow this set up to function correctly connect your headphones/ear buds first and then connect your ClipMic digital or MKE 2 digital. Next go to the ‘Settings’ tab and engage the ‘Input Monitor’ switch.

    It might be helpful to understand that iOS uses the most recently connected audio device for audio In/Out. If a ClipMic digital or MKE 2 digital is connected first and then a headset second the audio apps will use the headset for input and output. If the headset is connected first and then the ClipMic digital or MKE 2 digital second the audio apps will use the headset for output and the ClipMic digital or MKE 2 for input.



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  • Why is the sample rate/bit resolution indicator on the MetaRecorder orange?

    The orange indicates that the playback sample rate doesn’t match the Scene recording rate. For example, if you’re recording with an input­ only device such as Apogee MiC or Sennheiser ClipMic digital at 96kHz and listening through the iPhone’s headphone jack, the sample rate switches to 48kHz during playback, due to the fact that the headphone output doesn’t support the higher sample rate. Don’t worry, the recorded files are still at the higher sample rate.



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