MESSE12: UA Apollo Now Shipping

Audio interface features low-latency recording through UAD Powered Plug-Ins, and optional Thunderbolt I/O      22/03/12

Universal Audio (UA) has announced worldwide shipment of Apollo, a high-resolution audio interface that combines UA's analog design heritage with UAD Powered Plug-Ins in a sleek, elegant recording system for Mac and PC*.
Bill Putnam Jr., Universal Audio founder, told Sonic State, "Apollo is the culmination of 10 years of analog and digital audio development here at UA. In many ways, it's brought the analog and digital sides of our company together. With Apollo, we're delivering the sound, feel, and flow of analog recording with all the conveniences of modern digital equipment, including next-generation Thunderbolt technology."
UA says that, since its announcement at the 2012 NAMM Show, Apollo has generated an unprecedented amount of interest, owing to its unique features and workflow.
*Compatible with Mac OS X 10.6 and 10.7; Windows 7 support coming Summer 2012.
Pricing and Availability:
The Apollo High-Resolution Audio Interface is now available in both DUO CORE and QUAD CORE processing formats with estimated street prices of $1,999 (DUO processing model) and $2,499 (QUAD processing model). Apollo's Thunderbolt Option Card will be shipping in Summer 2012, with pricing TBD.
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