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Universal Audio launches new Apollo X series of desktop interfaces

The audio processing giants Universal Audio just announced the Apollo Twin X, and Apollo X4, a brand new lineup of Apollo-style desktop recording interfaces

The new Native Instruments Komplete Audio 6 MK2 is a massive improvement

Native Instruments has redesigned its popular USB audio interface, Native Instruments Komplete Audio 6. Significant upgrades have been made inside and out.

The Native Instruments Komplete Audio 1 and Audio 2 interfaces are perfect for the budget-minded

We've already seen a number of audio interface announcements from NAMM 2019, but Native Instruments is adding to that with the Komplete Audio 1 and Audio 2.

NAMM 2019: Arturia introduces two new expanded models to its AudioFuse interface family

Newly announced at NAMM, Arturia has come forward with two new AudioFuse interfaces to fit within a range of different recording and studio environments.

NAMM 2019: PreSonus unveils five new ‘Studio Series’ interfaces with USB-C connectivity

The 2019 line of PreSonus Studio Series interfaces brings USB-C compatibility to the Studio 24c, Studio 26c, Studio 68c, Studio 1810c and Studio 1824c.

The Apogee Jam+ offers studio-grade recording in a portable and user-friendly interface

The Apogee Jam+ is the latest entirely portable instrument interface from the company and predecessor to 2010's 'Jam' model.

The PreSonus Studio 2|4 audio interface is the latest desktop interface to embrace USB-C

After its preview at 2018 summer NAMM, PreSonus dropped its new Studio 2|4, a portable interface that is also the first of its kind to include a USB-C port.

M-Audio announces new M-Track 8X4M all-in-one interface for home studio or location recording

M-Audio announced the all-new M-Track 8X4M to their lineup early this week. This amazing portable interface and monitoring station is perfect for any setup.

Audio and the iPad

Well, I thought I’d take a break from NAMM stuff and do a post I’ve been meaning to do for a while now. With the release of Behringers new iPad mixers it is becoming more and more apparent that the iPad and tabletcomputers in general are going to have a place in the audio world. Now yes it is true that the iPad is probably not yet capable of handling full Pro Tools sessions with tracks...[Read More]

NAMM 2013: Behringer iX16

Yes, it’s true, I am not a Behringer fan. Most of their gear seems a little flimsy and frankly not very appealing, with a few exceptions. However their newest release did catch my eye. It seems that the iPad is becoming more and more a part of the digital audio world today with the release of the iX16, an iPad controlled mixer which also doubles as an 18 channel USB interface. Here’s t...[Read More]