M-Audio Intros M-Track Quad Audio Interface


At the 2014 NAMM Show, M-Audio introduced the M-Track Quad – a four-channel USB audio/MIDI interface.

Four inputs accommodate any source, from phantom-powered microphones to guitar. Plus, each input comes equipped with its own insert jack for integrating effects.

M-Track Quad provides zero-latency monitoring of the input signal. Four outputs deliver versatile playback options. The front panel also offers a headphone output with dedicated level control. M-Track Quad also features MIDI in and out jacks.

M-Track Quad connects to your computer via USB and also acts as a powered hub with three additional USB ports. Completing the package are two complementary software selections: Avid Pro Tools Express and Ignite by AIR. T


  • Efficient desktop design offering up to 24-bit/96 kHz resolution
  • 4 XLR+1/4″ combo inputs accommodate any source
  • Selectable phantom power and guitar-level switching
  • 1/4″ balanced outs; monitor (1, 2) with level; fixed (3,4)
  • 4 TRS 1/4″ inserts; MIDI in/out; three-port powered USB hub
  • Avid® Pro Tools Express and AIR Ignite included

Pricing and availability are TBA.

7 thoughts on “M-Audio Intros M-Track Quad Audio Interface

  1. Looks like M-Audio & Behringer are “on the same page” rollout-wise; powered monitors, audio-MIDI i/o, controller keyboards.

    Inserts on inputs is a nice feature.

  2. Yes it looks like Akai EIE but fortunately it isn’t!
    The AKAI has max 44k1 16bit … do you expect to make any professional stuff with the AKAI?

    I much prefer this, at least it gives more.

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