Let's take a look at the Volt series, from Universal Audio, audio interfaces that combine UA's renowned preamp technology, its fantastic pro-grade digital conversion, and a mobile-friendly form factor. Whether you're podcasting or recording music, the Volt has everything a modern content creator needs.
At one point in the not-so-distant past, you either needed a decked-out analog studio or a painfully expensive digital audio workstation to attain the type of sound deemed to be at the professional level. Much to the collective rejoicing of songwriters, producers, musicians, audio engineers, and content creators literally everywhere, that can be filed away as a memory of the olden times. Thanks to clever tech and manufacturing by brands such as Universal Audio, Antelope, Apogee, and more, there are powerful audio interfaces that contain high-
We're at NAMM 2020, and AB is taking you through the best new home studio equipment. We discuss audio interfaces from Apogee, Solid State Logic, and RME, plus new software from Universal Audio and more!
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Native Instruments launched the KOMPLETE AUDIO 6 interface to much acclaim—so much acclaim that the company will follow it up with a next-gen model. Called the KOMPLETE AUDIO 6 Mk2, this audio interface offers an upgraded audio path, one that can handle audio up to 192 kHz/24-bit.
Six channels of I/O are on hand. For analog inputs, you get two XLR-1/4" jacks and two line-level ins. The analog output side gives you four DC-coupled
In the following video, Rob Rives, from B&H, overviews the new Presonus AudioBox iOne and iTwo audio interfaces for recording one or two tracks at up to 24-bit 96 kHz resolution into your Mac, PC, or iPad.
Rives explores the different methods of powering the interfaces, the input connectors, and features such as phantom power for
In the following video, Rob Rives shows off the Resident Audio T4 Thunderbolt Audio Interface. Rives discusses the features of the interface, including how it provides four mic preamps with phantom power while being exclusively bus powered, its color LED gain indicators, and its master volume knob. Rives also shows you the unit's multiple output options and MIDI I/O. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide
In the following video, Rob Rives demonstrates the QCon Pro DAW controller from Icon Digital, and how it is capable of streamlining your workflow when tracking and mixing. The video explores the unit's compatibility and functionality with a variety of common DAWS such as Pro Tools, Logic Pro, and Ableton Live, including its mapped controls. Rives discusses how the QCon Pro's eight touch-sensitive, motorized faders can be used to control different
In this video, Rob Rives shows us around the MOTU 828x, a professional digital audio interface that features a total of 28 inputs and 30 outputs. The unit, which is equipped with bothThunderbolt and USB connections, can be used with 32- or 64-bit Mac or PC systems. The interface is rackmountable and offers eight channels of 192kHz analog recording and playback, combined with 16 channels of ADAT optical digital I/O (8 channels at 96kHz), stereo S/PDIF, MIDI I/O, word clock, two headphone jacks, and stereo XLR main outs.