Apogee Audio Interface Update Now Available

New Ensemble Thunderbolt control software enables additional features and functionality      01/08/17

Apogee Audio Interface Update Now Available


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Apogee Electronics has introduced new control software for their Ensemble Thunderbolt audio interface that enables additional features and functionality. They say that Apogee Control software has been built from the ground up to offer a highly customizable user interface that provides multi-unit support and compatibility with the Apogee Control iOS App as well as the Apogee Control hardware remote.

The latest Ensemble Thunderbolt software installer also includes a Firmware update that provides compatibility with Logic Pro X's new Direct Monitoring feature for eliminating recording latency.

What's New:

  • Easily eliminate latency with new Direct Monitoring feature in Logic Pro X*
  • Connect two Apogee Ensemble Thunderbolt interfaces to your Mac to double your analog inputs and outputs
  • All-new Apogee Control software, replaces Maestro 2 and features a modern user interface you can customize for your workflow
  • Apogee Control software also lets you control Ensemble Thunderbolt with an iOS remote app and the Apogee Control hardware remote
  • Connect any Apogee Element interface to your Ensemble Thunderbolt and expand your system with Ensemble quality I/O at unprecedented prices

 

*Requires Logic Pro X 10.3.2

Pricing and Availability:
The new Ensemble Thunderbolt software update is available today from Apogee's website as a free download for all Ensemble Thunderbolt users on macOS 10.10 or greater.

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