NAMM 2017: UA Apollo Twin MK2 First Look

Quad DSP, new monitoring options      18/01/17

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Universal Audio today announced a new range of their Apollo Twin Desktop audio interfaces. The new Apollo Twin MK2 features their Unison mic preamps, new D to A convertors - as found on the new 8P, it also has more comprehensive monitoring options and a talkback system - which you can record directly from if you wish. There's also a new Quad DSP version for extra power.

 

It's shipping now -  price: Quad $1299, Duo $899 and Solo $699

 

Features

  • Desktop 2x6 Thunderbolt audio interface for Mac and Windows with next-generation 24-bit/192 kHz audio conversion

  • Available UAD-2 QUAD, DUO, or SOLO Core Processing for tracking through vintage compressors, EQs, tape machines, mic preamps, and guitar amp plug-ins with near-zero latency

  • Unison™ technology offers stunning models of classic tube and transformer-based preamps, guitar amps, and stompboxes

  • Built-in talkback mic for communication with studio talent and recording slate cues

  • Improved monitor functionality including monitor remote functions and Mono, Mute, DIM, and ALT monitor controls

  • Includes Realtime Analog Classics UAD plug-in bundle, featuring Legacy versions of the LA-2A Classic Audio Leveller, 1176LN Limiting Amplifier, and Pultec EQP-1A Program Equalizer, plus Softube Amp Room Essentials, Raw Distortion, 610-B Tube Preamp & EQ, and more

Uaudio.com/twin2

 

 


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