WORKS AS A HIGH-QUALITY USB MICROPHONE
Featuring ultra-fast USB-C, the Tula works with your computer as a high-quality USB microphones for podcasting, ZOOM, YouTube and more.
With its own internal memory and battery as well as function keys, the Tula can also record on its own without a computer
Tula has assembled a team of award winning experts from San Francisco (mechanical engineering), Stockholm (software and firmware ), Barcelona (design) and Moscow (acoustical testing) to create a product that is truly best in class.
Tula has partnered with Klevgrand, a Swedish software company, to embed their revolutionary noise reducing algorithm into Tula's software so that, with the touch of a button, you can remove unwanted background noise.
Our Swedish and Russian engineers spent countless hours developing DSP to maximize the Tula’s sound quality in all situations. Whether outdoors or indoors, low or high volume, the Tula will deliver great sound.
With up to 14 hours of battery life and ultra fast charging via the USB C port, the Tula has power to spare.
Whether you want to record an interview, a concert, a board meeting or nature sounds the Tula’s range of polar patterns has you covered. It’s truly the only sound capturing device that most people will ever need.
The 3.5mm jack on the Tula functions as both a headphone jack for use in mobile recording or USB mode as well as an input for a clip-on (lavalier) microphone.
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Design that stands out
“The most important thing to note about the Tula Mic’s performance is that it sounds great, in both wired USB-C and standalone recorder mode. It’s an obvious choice for anyone looking for portable recording flexibility in a compact package” -Darrell Etherington
“Small in size, succinctly designed and simple to use, the Tula mic is a sound investment, whether you are recording music or words, or just boosting the quality of your Zoom calls” -Jonathan Bell
“Despite its size, it stacks up favorably to the two other desk mics I use frequently: Blue's mostly venerable Yeti and the Audio Technica ATR-2100X” -Chris Velazco
Let there be light
record mode — memory
Solid red - recording
Flashing on/off red - recording paused
Rapid flashing red - memory full
gain — battery
Flashing green - good level
Flashing yellow/red - level too high
Flashing on/off green - battery low