USB connecting audio interfaces are designed to go between an "analog" audio source (XLR mic, 1/4" instrument connector, or RCA audio connector) to a computer. The interface digitizes the audio signal so the computer can use that audio data. Mostly, the control on the interface is an audio level/gain control. I use a Focusrite Scarlett. Take a look at them - there's no knob to "improve quality".
I also use a Mackie 8 channel mixer with USB connectivity. There are some settings to change the audio in different ways, but that's because it is a mixer, first... and a USB audio interface second...
Your AT2020 connects to a computer using a USB interface. There are electronics inside that already convert the analog signal form the mic ribbob to a digital format for the computer to use. Your computer becomes the "controller - assuming you have audio software to manipulate the audio signal. I use Audacity or Apple Logic Pro (depending on the project requirements).
The best path (unless you are doing live stuff) is to record the audio as clean as you can then manipulate ("sweeten") it with an app, later.