M-Audio has introduced the M-Track 2X2 Vocal Studio Pro, an all-in-one computer-based recording package.… Read More M-Audio Intros M-Track 2×2 Vocal Studio Pro
Synthesist Paul Mehlhaff has shared a free patch library, designed to show off the ‘analog’ side of the M-Audio Venom. … Read More Free M-Audio Venom Patches Show Off Its ‘Analog’ Side
At the 2016 NAMM Show, M-Audio announced the Accent Digital Piano and the Accent Module for MIDI controllers.
2016 NAMM Show: M-Audio has announced the MIDISport Hub 2×2 and 4×4, two MIDI interfaces with 3-port USB 3.0 powered hub. “A quality MIDI interface is a standard tool for musicians, like a screwdriver—you need one to get the basics done,” says M-Audio’s J.C. Sutherland. “But MIDISport 2×2 and 4×4 also have a 3-port powered… Read More M-Audio Intros MIDISport Hub 2×2, 4×4 MIDI Interfaces
At the 2016 NAMM Show, M-Audio announced the introduction of the latest versions of their M-Track audio recording/monitoring interfaces. There are five models in the family. The first four models have full 24-bit studio-quality audio performance, along with a pro-grade rugged all-metal chassis, high-headroom pre-amps and class-leading audio performance on the inputs. The top model—the M-Track 1212… Read More M-Audio Intros M-Track Audio Recording/Monitoring Interfaces
M-Audio announced the introduction of their latest controller, the CTRL 49, at the 2016 NAMM Show today . The new keyboard provides advanced control of virtual instruments and DAWs via a full-color, high-resolution 4.3-inch screen. As the name indicates, it features a 49-key semi-weighted keybed, and, say company officials, the directional cluster of hardware controls… Read More M-Audio Debuts CTRL 49 Keyboard Controller at 2016 NAMM Show
M-Audio has announced that their Code Series – a new line of keyboard MIDI controllers – is now available. The control keyboards are available in 25-, 49-, and 61-key versions. Here’s the official intro video:
At the 2015 NAMM Show, M-Audio introduced the Deltabolt 12-channel audio interface, created from the ground up to be a Thunderbolt-compatible interface,