Universal Audio Apollo Audiointerface med Quad prossesering.
Class-Leading 24-bit/192 kHz Sound Quality
to play a central role in a modern Mac- or PC*-based studio, Apollo
incorporates a true “no compromise” approach to audio quality. Building
upon decades of UA’s analog hardware heritage, it offers extremely
high-resolution sonics, with the lowest THD and highest dynamic range in
its class. Apollo’s premium mic preamps, top-end converters — and UA’s
meticulous attention to circuit design — translate into greater accuracy
and depth in your recordings, from tracking and overdubbing, to mixing
Realtime UAD Plug-In Processing for Tracking, Mixing and Mastering
Apollo’s “natural” sound is exceedingly open and transparent, it can
quickly deliver a wide range of classic analog tones and color via its
Realtime UAD Processing. Available with either DUO Core or QUAD Core
processing onboard, this onboard DSP Acceleration allows for recording
and mixing through UAD Powered Plug-Ins — with as low as sub-2ms latency
— so that producers can quickly monitor, audition, and “print” audio
using classic analog emulations from Ampex, Lexicon, Manley, Neve,
Roland, SSL, Studer, and more.**
Want to place multiple 1176
compressors on your drum inputs, or record vocals through a classic Neve
1073 EQ, or even track the entire band through a Studer A800 tape
machine in real time? No problem. With Realtime UAD processing, Apollo’s
sonic options are virtually endless.
Thunderbolt™ I/O: The Next Generation of Connectivity
offers compatibility with Intel’s new Thunderbolt technology, as found
on the newest iMacs, MacBook Pros, MacBook Airs, and next-generation
Available via a user-installable dual-port Thunderbolt I/O
Card, Thunderbolt provides lower latency, reduced audio buffer size,
improved performance, and greater UAD plug-in instances versus FireWire.
And because Thunderbolt offers many times the bandwidth of FireWire, it
allows music producers to connect numerous devices in series with the
Apollo interface — including hard drives, processors, and additional
computer monitors — all with fast, flawless performance.
Deeper Integration with Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase and more
Core Audio and ASIO* drivers ensure compatibility with all major DAWs,
including Pro Tools, Logic Pro, Cubase, Live, and more. Beyond this
basic compatibility, Apollo’s included Console application and companion
Console Recall plug-in (VST/AU/RTAS) provide control and recall of all
interface and UAD plug-in settings within individual DAW sessions, even
months and years later. Read more about Apollo’s included software here.
Elegant Hardware Design and Workflow
key feature of Apollo isn’t really a “feature” at all. It’s the
numerous design details that give you a fast, natural workflow — and
better results. There are physical front-panel controls for all the most
commonly used features, including Preamp and Monitor level knobs,
channel selection, mic pad and low cut, phantom power, and even dual
headphone outs with independent level control. Smart Hi-Z inputs on the
front panel detect when you've connected your guitar or bass, and
automatically enable hardware and software monitoring.
Apollo's Mic inputs and Monitor outputs are digitally controlled
analog, so you don't lose audio resolution when you adjust gain.
High-resolution/high-contrast metering, derived from UA’s legendary 2192
interface, is designed to be viewable at nearly any angle. Finally,
standalone operation means that you can use Apollo’s audio connections,
and last-used DSP mixer settings, even without a computer connected.
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