Babyface Starts Shipping

RME's portable USB 22-channel audio interface is now available      10/11/10
Babyface Starts Shipping


RME tell us that Babyface, their new ultra-mobile USB 22-channel audio interface that was announced at this year's Frankfurt MESSE, is now available. Here's what they have to say...
Equipped with the latest 192 kHz AD- and DA-converters and two reference class microphone preamps the bus-powered Babyface delivers two high end analog recording channels and four analog playback channels, plus ADAT/SPDIF and MIDI I/O in an attractively shaped enclosure.
The Babyface connects to the USB 2.0 bus, but is also compatible to USB 3 chipsets. It has been uncompromisingly optimized for highest performance under Windows and Mac OS by using customized firmwares for every operating system. Like other RME USB interfaces, the Babyface provides revolutionary ultra-low latencies even with multiple channels.
The next generation of TotalMix delivers hardware mixing/routing with lots of new features and a highly improved usability. The unbeaten DSP mixer now not only matches features of high-end digital consoles but even adds effects like a 3-band parametric equalizer, reverb and echo to the mix.
Pricing and Availability:
See local distributor.
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Jon Freeman    Said...

Nick, Will you be able to review one of these soon. Maybe a compare and contrast with other like interfaces? Thanks Jon

10-Nov-10 01:30 PM


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