Tascam has introduced the UH-7000, a microphone preamp and audio interface, designed with an emphasis on low noise and high audio quality.
The UH-7000 can be used as a 4-in/4-out audio interface in a DAW production environment, and also as a standalone microphone preamp and A/D / D/A converter. Continue reading
Musikmesse 2014: PreSonus announced its Music Creation Suite - a complete recording kit, that includes key hardware and software components for producing music.
The system combines: Continue reading
Musikmesse 2014: Antelope Audio has introduced Zen Studio, a professional, portable audio interface that offers 12 world-class mic pres, on-board DSP effects with multiple monitor mixers and low-latency USB connectivity. Continue reading
Native Instruments has introduced Traktor Audio 2 – described as ‘the world’s smallest DJ soundcard”.
Traktor Audio 2 is offers two stereo outputs, with 24-bit/48kHz resolution. It’s compatible with Mac, Windows & iOS.
Here’s the official video intro: Continue reading
In the latest iOS update, Sweetwater’s Mitch Gallagher takes a look at the IK Multimedia iRig Pro iOS audio interface. Continue reading
Apogee Electronics recently announced that their ONE, Duet and Quartet audio interfaces are shipping with iPad/iPhone Lightning, as well as 30-pin and Mac USB cables, providing direct connectivity to iPad, iPhone and Mac — including the new iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c.
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Today Focusrite announced the launch of its iTrack Studio, a complete system for recording music on the Apple iPad (or Mac/Windows computer) with “everything a musician needs” in the kit.
Based around Focusrite’s iTrack Solo, a 2-in, 2-out computer audio interface, the iTrack Studio kit includes closed-back monitor headphones, a studio-quality condenser microphone with included XLR mic cable, and a long 30-pin device link cable to connect the audio interface to the iPad. Record both channels of audio to Tape by Focusrite, a free iOS app (available Autumn 2013 from the App Store). Continue reading
This week Universal Audio announced an update to its UAD Software. UAD Software v7.1 provides “elegant enhancements” to the Apollo Audio Interface.
One key enhancement is Flex Routing, which allows inputs to be routed to hardware outputs, headphone bus routing, as well as selectable pre/post Aux send. Flex Routing speeds up workflow as well as adds an additional level of flexibility for Apollo and Apollo 16 users in both studio and live situations. Continue reading