Just to provide an update on the status of my mic issues, I went and submitted it to Rode to look it over and it turns out it was a defective capacitor. After getting it back, the mic worked just fine! Thank you for your assistance earlier! And let this remind people to register their mics at Rode to get that extended warranty!
So yesterday, I began having issues with my setup after have no issues for months. My microphone all of a sudden sounds like it's outside my house with the winds gusting at 45mph, meanwhile my voice sounds like I'm 50 feet away from the mic. Here's my setup: UMC22 Rode NT-1 mic Amazon Basics XLR cable Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit I have tried everything I possibly could: reinstalled ASIO drivers, plugged the UMC22 into different USB ports (they're all USB 3.0 or better), purchased a different brand XLR cable, Used older ASIO drivers, etc. I've also tried to create distance between the interface and my computer/phone/monitor just in case those electronics were causing interference, but nada. At this point it feels like it's an issue with the interface or my mic, neither of which are going to be cheap to repair/replace. Thank you all for your assistance!