Is That An Audio Interface In Your Pants...?

NI's new DJ Audio Interface takes a trip      22/07/09

Native Instruments has introduced their latest audio interface, Audio 2 DJ, by having traceur Stephane Vigroux stuff it down his pants and run it all over London.

Other companies might have spent more time telling you about the product. NI's approach seems to say that the Audio 2 DJ does the job, it's fairly priced and it's tiny.

The Audio 2 DJ offers the same audio quality and performance as NI's Audio 8 DJ and Audio 4 DJ interfaces, used by club DJs worldwide. The Audio 2 DJ, though, literally fits in your pocket.

Features:

  • 24bit/96kHz Cirrus Logic converters and high-power output amplifiers;
  • Low-latency drivers for Windows and Mac OS X;
  • Dual stereo outputs;
  • Two included RCA break-out cables; and...
  • It's so tiny that you can stuff it in your pants and run all over London with it, jumping over buildings willy-nilly.

Pricing and Availability:

Audio 2 DJ will be available in September 2009 for a suggested retail price of $119 / 99 EUR at authorized dealers and in the NI Online Shop.

James Lewin
Twitter @podcasting_news

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4 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
   Said...

how about some new synths instead NI?

22-Jul-09 12:53 PM


The Guvnor    Said...

I think NI are more interested in their Sound Packs at the moment than investing time & money in upgrades or new synths as they can knock out the Sound Packs pretty quickly without significant investment and development time.

They sent me a whole questionnaire to fill out about what kinds of sound libraries I would be interested in buying, whether I am interested in a subscription model for sound libraries, etc etc.

22-Jul-09 03:35 PM


Elwin    Said...

I'm wondering about the future for their synth development, since they were selling them at fire sale prices this summer.

22-Jul-09 05:34 PM


CI    Said...

NI have pretty much all ground covered. They could release an another imitation of an hardware synth, but so many other companies are doing it.

They could release a modular effect plugins, hi quality sound processing. Reaktor kinda of cover that in some way.

An update to vokator with more effect a la Antares AVOX would be welcomed too.

But to think about it, their product range covers everything. What`s left to be done is to do DAW software ?

22-Jul-09 09:28 PM


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