1 – First, charge your Mikme

We're going to get Mikme ready to perform. Use the included USB to charge via your computer or a wall outlet. 

Let Mikme charge for approx. 3 hours. While charging, the Power LED will flash orange. Once Mikme is fully charged the Power LED light turns off.

2 – Get ready to capture creativity

Let’s take a look at some important buttons, nooks and crannies we’ll need, such as:

Once you're familiar with all buttons, it looks like Mikme is ready to take center stage.

To power up Mikme, just hold down the power button—once it lights up, we’re ready to rock.

To turn off Mikme, just hold down the power button for 5 seconds.

3 – Link Mikme with your iOS device

The Mikme Microphone works only with the unreleased Mikme iOS Beta App. Get access to this beta version of the Mikme iOS App by applying here: 

The released Mikme App in the Apple App Store currently does not work with the Mikme Microphone. It's an old version which only works with the internal iOS microphone. An update is the final stages of approval and should be released soon.

The Mikme Android App is not available yet. We are working hard to release it as soon as possible (Autum 2017). 

Learn how to link your Mikme Microphone wirelessly with your iOS device:

It's time to start capturing your masterpiece.

Happy Creating!

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