#1
It says in the FAQ: "If you want to use a condenser mic without an internal battery, you will need to plug into something that can supply power to the mic."
Can somebody explain what that "something" could be?
#2
Phantom Power inputs. If you're looking at recording, a lot of interfaces have phantom powered XLR inputs, that power your mic.
#3
Quote by lespaul_jube
Phantom Power inputs. If you're looking at recording, a lot of interfaces have phantom powered XLR inputs, that power your mic.

Thanks.
So would the following set up work for recording?
Acoustic Guitar -> Condenser Mic -> Fast Track USB -> Mac
Is there anything I'm missing in between?
#4
I don't think that the fast track USB has built in phantom power. You could buy a phantom power supply but a better interface would probably be a better purchase.
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#5
^^Yeah, I didn't think the Fast Track USB had phantom power. For a bit more money you could try the M-Audio Fast Track PRO, or the Tascam US-122L.