New Products for Studio Recording and Post Production
Genelec proudly presents 8010APM ($395 each) two-way active monitors: the new, smallest members of the 8000 Series. This addition widens the Genelec portfolio by adding an extremely compact monitor capable of accurate sound reproduction. With a balanced XLR input, 3-inch woofer, 3/4-inch tweeter and efficient Class D power amplifiers - one for
each driver - 8010s produce more undistorted sound pressure level than you might expect from monitors of this size. Thanks to their exceptional sound quality, small size and universal mains input voltage, 8010s are the perfect companions while on the move.
Apollo Twin from Universal Audio ($699 for SOLO, $899 for DUO) reinvents desktop recording by delivering legendary analog studio sound, feel, and flow to music creators everywhere. This 2x6 Thunderbolt audio interface for Mac combines the same impeccable 24/192 kHz audio conversion of Universal Audio's acclaimed Apollo series with onboard Realtime UAD SOLO or DUO Processing. Plus it introduces new Unison technology, a breakthrough in classic mic preamp emulation. Record your music in real time (at near-zero latency) through the full range of UAD plug-ins.
Kush Audio has now brought their widely popular Clariphonic equalizer technology to the 500 series format. The rumors are true: the Clariphonic isn't just the world's most beloved high frequency equalizer, it's now the world's most adorable high frequency equalizer. You get the same mastering grade signal path packed into a 500 module ($679) with the same glorious sonics of the rack unit, plus all the trappings of the best 500 modules: tiny switches, tiny knobs, and tiny fonts. Who could ask for more?
The perfect add-on to JBL 3 Series Studio Monitors, the LSR310S subwoofer ($399) incorporates JBL's patented Slip Stream Port working in concert with a custom 10" down-firing driver and a 200 watt Class D amplifier to extend system response into the 20 Hz range. Designed to integrate into a broad range of applications, LSR310S features balanced stereo XLR and 1/4" inputs, stereo XLR outputs and an input sensitivity switch.
MOTU's 828x ($849) connects to a Mac or PC with Thunderbolt or USB 2.0 and delivers 28 audio inputs and 30 outputs with DSP effects and mixing. You can apply 32-bit floating point effects processing to all inputs and outputs, even when operating stand-alone (without a computer). Two front-panel mic/guitar combo inputs provide transparent preamps, digitally controlled trim, individual 48V phantom power, 20 dB pad, and V-Limit, a hardware limiter that helps prevent digital clipping from overloaded input signals as high as +12 dB above zero. All analog inputs have digitally controlled analog trim controls that allow precise adjustments in 1 dB increments.
The Project 500 from Aphex ($399) is a full channel strip in a single 500 Series module. It features a Class A preamp, an optical compressor, a 2-band, overlapping EQ and a Jensen JT-11DL nickel output-balancing transformer. The Class A preamp and the optical compressor are taken directly from the TEC and PAR Award nominated Aphex Project Channel. The EQ section is inspired by the popular EQF 500 module.
iTrack Dock from Focusrite ($199) is a comprehensive, studio-quality iPad recording interface that acts as the hub of your iPad recording studio. Featuring dual legendary Focusrite microphone preamps, along with two line inputs and an instrument DI with plenty of extra headroom, stereo monitor outputs with 105dB dynamic range plus independently-controlled headphone outputs, and a USB port for class compliant MIDI instruments and controllers, iTrack Dock gives you everything you need to record, monitor and control music on your iPad - with precision Focusrite digital conversion at up to 24-bit, 96kHz sampling.
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