PC Magazine – Editor’s Choice – Apogee HypeMiC

“The compression alone is worth the price, but when you throw in the improved tripod, the pop filter, and the carrying case, it starts to feel like a bargain. If you’re definitely sticking with a USB mic and not going the professional XLR route, the HypeMiC is a compelling option, and an Editors’ Choice.”

The Verge – Apogee HypeMic review: small, simple, and superb

“More than anything, the appeal for me with this microphone is its ease of use. It’s so small and light that I can use it to walk and talk my way through a show like CES or MWC. Ambitious content creators can combine the HypeMic with their smartphone and produce some fabulously high-quality videos.”

Inside Audio – Apogee Quartet Review

“An extensive monitor controller to increase our workflow when mixing and mastering…also a high-quality audio interface that won’t be replaced in a few months.”

Inside Audio – Apogee Duet Review

“We are blown away by the quality of the Apogee Duet. The device itself is solid and well built.”

Inside Audio – Apogee ONE Review

“We would recommend it to singer-songwriters or other artists that need to record two channels… It’s a device that can be used in multiple ways perfectly on the road. Also, price-wise it’s a very interesting audio interface to have!”

Pro Sound News – Review of Apogee Element Series Thunderbolt Audio Interfaces

“It is the perfect blend between functionality, portability and cost without compromise in quality. The elimination of physical controls is the primary contributor to the Element Series’ affordability; while that made me a bit reluctant, I haven’t missed the controls a bit.”

Recording Magazine – Apogee Element Review

“This is a great way to get into the Apogee sound with all the bells and whistles, but at the most cost-conscious price yet!”

Music Radar – Apogee Element 46 Review

“It’s impressive stuff, nicely designed and intuitive to use… Apogee’s name is staked on its warm, clear preamps and AD/DA conversion and this reputation is more than upheld here”

Sound on Sound – Element Series Review

“To have a cheaper interface that sacrifices front-panel controls rather than quality to reach a lower price seems like a good approach…with the Element, I can now control everything from the screen without leaving the relative comfort of my chair. So while the Element series won’t be for everyone, it happens to fit one of my workflows perfectly; in fact, I’m almost certainly going to buy one after returning the review unit to Apogee.”