Blue Microphones is an audio production company that designs and produces , recording tools, signal processors, and music accessories for audio professionals, musicians and consumers.
Blue Microphones was founded in 1995 by an American session musician, , and a Latvian recording engineer, . The company's name is an for . The company is headquartered in , , . Along with studio microphones, Blue has a line of consumer USB microphones, such as the Yeti, the first certified microphone, Snowball, the Snowflake, the Tiki and Mikey, the first High Definition microphone designed for use with 's .
Bluebird Microphone is a high quality from . Almost all microphones from Blue Microphones are designed for specific applications. In contrast, the Bluebird Microphone is suitable for wide range of usage such as general purpose microphone, , or s, etc.
The Bluebird Microphone has large-diaphragm with metal mesh . At the base of the there is a male connector that can be connected to professional audio equipment using the supplied six meter 22 AWG cable. Also included with the BlueBird Microphone is a specially designed shockmount (the BirdCage) and metal mesh pop filter (the BirdNest). The BirdCage utilizes the American standard 5/8-inch thread microphone stand adapter. The Birdnest pop screen is 2.5 inch diameter with the large Blue logo on it and about 0.6 inch from the microphone.