Tracking Vocals?

Lose the blankets!

Lose the foam!

Eliminate the set up!

Acoustically
treat your space
and record
anywhere
with the Kaotica
Eyeball.

Kaotica Eyeball vocal booth
Whether you are recording vocals at home or in the studio, the Kaotica Eyeball is designed to bring out the best in your vocals and your recording space.

Freedom

Control your sound and get out of the vocal booth

The Eyeball reduces your external environment allowing you to produce quality vocal recordings anywhere you can set up a microphone. This means you no longer have to be constrained to any space. It’s like having your own portable studio booth.

Empowerment

The ability to create great sounding vocals at your fingertips

Whether you are an acoustic treatment expert, professional audio engineer, or have minimal knowledge of recording and sound reinforcement, the Eyeball is a practical and affordable solution for recording vocals.

Fulfilment

Get it right the first time

Clear and consistent right from the start. The Eyeball enables you to get the most out of your recording sessions by capturing only the pure vocal tone. Simplify the mixing and mastering process by reducing the need for excess equalization and post production processing.

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Zimande Lunga Zama Zimande Lunga Zama 02 September 2014, 03:36
And just because this couldn't get better.... Kaotica Eyeball on the beaches of San Andres-Colombia, with Multi-Grammy Engineer and Retro Knob Artist Andres Landinez Mendez.
Daniel Bustos Daniel Bustos 01 September 2014, 17:20
You guys are gonna love this.... Kaotica Eyeball on the beaches of San Andres-Colombia, with Multi-Grammy Engineer and Retro Knob Artist Andres Landinez Mendez
Daniel Bustos Daniel Bustos 01 September 2014, 17:19
@IronChefTWR no doubt
Kaotica Eyeball Kaotica Eyeball 30 August 2014, 00:59
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Kaotica Eyeball Kaotica Eyeball 29 August 2014, 18:44
I tried out your "Eyeball" with my wife singing harmony near the cooling fans in the very back of my control room. I was amazed at how intact the vocal still was and how the background noise was almost completely diminished to a point that I was able to use them on a record. Way to go! Nice product!
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Kaotica Eyeball Your welcome, enjoy the Eyeball ;)...thank you for letting us by part of your sound.
29 August 2014, 18:44
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28 August 2014, 16:45
Randy Kohrs Randy Kohrs 28 August 2014, 16:45
Hey all, I'm expecting my Kaotica Eyeball today. Yahoo!!
Wanted to know any input re: USB microphone - suggestions - setting- Using USB Samson Co3U Multi-Pattern USB Studio Condenser.
Many Thanks
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Kaotica Eyeball Hey Micheal, Thanks for reaching out to us. We don't really recommend USB mics for recording. The most popular for use with VO's is the Apogee mic http://www.apogeedigital.com/products/mic. We do recommend almost any XLR microphones here are a couple of good ones http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/AT2035 - This xlr microphone is great
http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/MK4Set - This microphone is comparable to the TLM 103 at 1/4th of the cost Peace, Olivia
29 August 2014, 18:56
Michael Holthuysen Michael Holthuysen 27 August 2014, 10:24
i want to buy one, could you send it to me? i live in Colombia? how much does it costs? how much for sending it? please writte me back
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Kaotica Eyeball Hey Guillermo, Thanks for contacting us. Shipping is only $18.49USD to Colombia or we do have a local distributor http://www.retroknob.com/ Peace, Olivia
29 August 2014, 19:00
Guillermo Valencia Guillermo Valencia 27 August 2014, 01:54
@MikePaineShow It's a little more then a windscreen ;) although unfortunately it will not fit around your microphone due to it's odd shape
Kaotica Eyeball Kaotica Eyeball 22 August 2014, 01:43
@MikePaineShow fantastic, what type of mic do you have?
Kaotica Eyeball Kaotica Eyeball 22 August 2014, 01:34

Word on the street

If every home recording that showed up on YouTube or Vimeo or as a podcast started using the Eyeball with a condenser mic, the Internet could be a much more pleasant place to listen to.
Per Lichtman
(Soundbytes Music Magazine)

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