2 Minute Preview: Roland Studio Capture

16x10 USB audio interface with auto-sense inputs      27/06/13

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Buying Choices

We briefly had the Roland Studio Capture in the office recently, one of only two in the country. Our review of the Octa Capture which featured the Auto Sense feature - allowing quick auto input gain setting accorss the inputs impressed us when recording a band making setup and recording a breeze.

The USB 2.0 Studio Capture increases the number of inputs to 16, and outputs to 10, with 4 independent stereo cue mixes, plus DSP dynamics on each channel, plus built-in DSP for on board monitoring effects.

In this 2 minute preview, we whizz through the features.

Studio Capture is available in the stores imminently (if not already)

  • - High-performance USB 2.0 audio interface for studio and mobile production
  • - 16 audio inputs and 10 audio outputs, including 12 premium mic preamps (VS PREAMP)
  • - VS STREAMING delivers ultra-stable, low-latency driver performance for Windows and Mac
  • - AUTO-SENS intelligently sets optimal input levels for all preamps
  • - Individual input/output meters and input channel buttons
  • - Four independent, software-controlled monitor mixes
  • - XLR monitor out, direct monitor, and dual headphone outputs with independent front-panel level knobs
  • - Coaxial digital I/O; MIDI I/O with FPT
  • - Expand your I/O by using two STUDIO-CAPTUREs together, both controlled with a single driver
  • - 2U rackmount ears included
Price £799

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