Blue Yeti Nano USB Microphone
The Yeti Nano microphone is ideal for single source (Cardioid) recording, or group (Omnidirectional) recording.
Parts & What They Do:
The snowball microphone comes with a small, tripod stand, that can be finicky to screw onto the mic. Make sure it is properly aligned, and hold near the top of the stand fixture so that it screws on properly. It should not be difficult to turn.
Adjust the angle, and gently spin the stand into place (or the mic onto the stand).
2. Volume Knob
Easily adjust the volume of the mic’s audio output by turning the volume knob in front (see picture 3).
You can also press the volume knob to mute or unmute: the ring light around the knob will be green when active, and red when muted.
3. Pattern Button
Toggle between the two pattern settings: Cardioid (direct-facing sound) and Omnidirectional (full ambient sound).
Appropriate Usage: Personal recording projects, podcasts, group recording sessions, general desktop or tabletop mic needs.
Staff: up to 7 days
Contact the Instructional Technologies Service Desk at 253-535-7509, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the service desk in Mortvedt Library.
Visit the Media Checkout Equipment page for more info.
Instructions, Tips, and Helpful Information:
Simply make sure your computer’s input device is set to “Yeti Nano”:
1. Right-click on sound button in the lower right corner > Open Sound Settings
2. Input: choose Yeti Nano from dropdown menu and adjust input volume as needed.
1. Apple icon in upper left corner > System Preferences > Sound > Input
2. Select “Yeti Nano” and adjust input volume as needed.
Download this Quickstart Guide here: Yeti Nano Quickstart Guide
Download the official user manual here: Yeti Nano User Manual