- In your closet or a cave
- No tears! Smoke and choke around the Eyeball freely
No Stand, No Shock Mount, No Hassel
- Works with what you have: a microphone- Won’t tip over and knock you out
Works with most Vocal Microphones
- Bring out the best in your mic
- Don’t throw your back out! It weighs less than your microphone
- Dent resistant, won’t rust, Never needs Duct-Tape
A Practical Sound booth solution
- Eat eggs cuz you want to, not just for the tray- Stop stealing your grandma’s precious quilts
Integrated pop filter
- Spit all you want, only your voice reaches the microphone
- On Location
Frequency response: 0Hz - 30KHz +/-1.4dB
Max Peak: 140dB
TL: 3.73dB (average)
Polar Patterns: Cardioid is recommended, but all types of polar patterns can be used with the Eyeball
Accessories: Blue premium pop filter insert
Fits most large diaphragm condenser microphones used for vocal recording (1.50” – 2.75” diameter). See FAQ section for examples
Made in USA
Warranty: 1 year limited
Write Your Own Review
TAZon 8/20/14 - United States
Overall ScoreThe Kaotica Eyeball did not dissapoint. It has been a great addition to my studio. Now is time to create.
Justin Sheppardon 8/6/14 - Canada
Overall ScoreHands down one of the best investments I've made into my music. Just stacked 100 takes of vocals without my horrible room sound.
Voxon 8/6/14 - United States
Overall ScoreI bought the Eyeball on the recommendation of a friend in the voice over industry. Since I travel a lot, I needed a better solution to noise isolation than just using the pillows and cushions in my hotel room...LOL Using my studio condenser with the Eyeball gives me a floor noise nearly as low as in my home studio. I hesitated over the price but, decided to give it a try. Super glad I did! I love my Kaotica Eyeball! I even use it in my vocal booth for added ambient isolation. www.voxominous.com
KCon 6/15/14 - USA
Overall ScorePicked one of these up at AES last year and it's FREAKING FANTASTIC! Especially for modern recording when you're not always in a studio. My only gripe is they should make one for front address mics like the SM-7, RE-20 and PR-40. Voiceover people stand the most to gain from a product like this but it's current design doesn't account for these mics that are pretty standard for broadcast. I record a lot of singers with my SM-7 and would love to use the eyeball with that mic. I would totally buy another if it were offered in a front address design.
Phi Kingon 4/17/14 - United States
Overall ScoreI bought the eyeball because I got a chance to see it in action last year at the 2013 AES Convention in NYC. I was amazed at how it captures the fullness and clarity of the vocal being recorded. It's a great product and you can use it anywhere. I recommend it.
Charlieon 4/4/14 - United States
Overall ScoreI LOVE the Eyeball because it is helping me fulfill my dream of being able to duplicate the same acoustical sound of my home studio voiceover booth by using a 2nd Eyeball for recording in a hotel when traveling. I have not put it through all of its testing, but plan to, as travel opportunities arise. From this demonstration video, you can see that I use the same mic (AT4033) for home and mobile use. You will see in the video link how I use if professionally for auditions with a setup next to my EZ chair. And in just the last week I dared to try in for some real jobs - some car spots, an industrial narration - and get this: even a documentary narration! No complaints from the clients - the best "test pass" so far. But I DO notice through experimentation that I have to watch proximity and other adjustments depending on the energy level of the project. WIndscreen does its job but with the AT4033, but I find that reading into the Eyeball with mouth aimed toward the base of the mic and just a hair of address to the side gives a bit of a fuller sound, for me anyway.
See what you think of my brief demo:
Aleyaon 3/30/14 - United States
Overall ScoreI wish I had know about the eyeball before I built my double baffled sound room. This device is amazing. OMG! It makes any mic sound fabulous. Even if you have a sound room it improves the quality of the recording exponentially. It cuts out airplane noise, dogs barking, trucks going down the road, the sound of the world. A motorcycle right outside - it does not work for. But distant sounds that are annoying and not super loud - it cuts those sounds right out!! A must for any and all recording artists. It is small and really easy to travel with and is so perfect.
Mike Kayloron 3/30/14 - United States
Overall ScoreFor such a simple device, it works wonders on your vocals! Much cheaper and takes up far less room than a vocal booth, that's for sure.
Miguel Alejandro Torreson 3/28/14 - Mexico
Overall ScoreI was a little skeptical about it at first. When something new comes out, you don't really know how good it is until you try it. Turns out it really works.
Jonathan Bennedsenon 3/27/14 - Denmark
Overall ScoreWorld great,
And the cool design fits our studio.
Ema Rodzon 3/27/14 - United States
Overall ScoreThe Eyeball is an amazing tool. I use it for pre-production as well as for tracking final vocals. Amazing up front sounding vocals no matter where you go.
Vamo alémon 2/19/14 - Brasil
Overall ScoreMal posso esperar para gravar minhas novas musicas no Kaotica Eyeball.
Cleonon 1/28/14 - Trinidad and Tobago
Overall ScoreFinally I can get vocal detail without unwanted room tone. The first time I put on the the headphones with the eyeball on the microphone I heard detail that I never heard before. My vocalists couldn't believe how much clearer the same microphone we had been using a while now sounded. But the real game changer came when mixing. Instead of having to eq out annoying frequencies laced with room tone I could just just apply compression and do light eqing and voila a sweet present detailed vocal tone. My friend heard the difference and bought one immediately. USD200 is a great investment for the time I saved in editing and the satisfaction of vocal clarity I now experience.
Prolonged Ambienceon 9/29/13 - Canada
Overall ScoreYou put your microphone into it while recording your vocals and it gives you spot on studio grade quality every time without the need of a sound proof booth. It's sick how much the difference is
Pilot Audio Recording Serviceson 9/26/13 - Canada
Overall ScoreMy favorite uses have been, Female vocals, strong male vocals Ie: Hip hop. Right in front of a kick with a large diaphragm condenser and anything recorded outdoors