Russ from the Experts sits down with PreSonus product specialist Lee Boylan to find out more about the PreSonus 48484 audio interface.
PreSonus, the makers of Studio One, continue to make inroads into pro recording studios with the announcement of the Quantum 4848: 24-bit 192 kHz Thunderbolt Audio Interface with Studio One Professional.
PreSonus, the makers of Studio One, has announced the Studio 1810 and Studio 1824 USB 2.0 audio/MIDI interfaces.
PreSonus, the makers of Studio One, has today announced the Quantum 2, a 22x24 Thunderbolt 2 low-latency audio interface.
The Quantum 2 24-bit, 192 kHz audio/MIDI interface is, in their own words "PreSonus®’ fastest and best-sounding audio/MIDI interface, taking advantage of the high-speed Thunderbolt™ 2 bus and ADAT Optical I/O to deliver up to 22 inputs and 24 outputs, with extremely low latency."
PreSonus, the makers of Studio One, has announced the StudioLive Series III Rack Mixers.
StudioLive Series III rack mixers can serve as simple AVB stage boxes, combination stage boxes and monitor mixers, or powerful standalone mixers. PreSonus say they are "the result of ten years of R&D"
In this video, Marcus Huyskens speaks about the different Low Latency Monitoring options in Studio One 3.5 & above. He also demonstrates the key differences between using the Hardware Direct (Blue Z) Low Latency Monitoring vs Native Low Latency Monitoring (Green Z).
Focusrite has announced the new Focusrite Red 16 Line. This is the latest interface in the range that includes the Red4 and Red8 Pre units.
The Red16 Line offers 64-in and 64-out via Avid Mini-DigiLink for Pro Tools HD, HDX, HD Native and HD Thunderbolt Native and dual Thunderbolt 3 ports for ultra-low latency A-D/D-A conversion. There are also 2 Red Evolution mic pre amps included.
Last week we conducted a shoot out of the PreSonus Quantum And Apogee Ensemble Thunderbolt Audio Interfaces. The results are in...
We put the new PreSonus Quantum Interface up against the Apogee Ensemble Thunderbolt in a listening test. Take our test and tell us which one you prefer or if you can even tell the difference.
Ryan Roullard and the team at PreSonus have created a handy PreSonus audio interface comparison chart.
The chart features in PDF format includes every interface from the AUDIOBOX 96 USB right up to the new Thunderbolt powered QUANTUM.
PreSonus the maker's of Studio One, have just announced an updated version of the Studio Live Classic 16.0.2 Mixer. Swapping out firewire connectivity for USB 2.0.
Our good friends at PreSonus have just released the Studio 68 - A 6x8 192kHz USB 2.0 Recording System. The Studio 68 comes with 4 PreSonus XMAX mic preamps, 4 rear-panel line outputs, in addtion to MIDI and S/PDIF I/O and onboard direct monitoring with playback switching.
PreSonus have just released the Studio 26 - A 2x4 Bus-Powered USB 2.0 Recording System. The Studio 26 comes with 2 PreSonus XMAX-L solid-state mic preamps, 4 rear-panel line outputs, and onboard direct monitoring with playback switching.
Not much information on this yet - but here's a really detailed video hosted by Steven Slate that goes over the vision & basic concept of the VRS-8 Audio Interface for Mac & PC. The biggest thing to take from this, is that this product is clearly part of a meticulously planned eco-system incorporating VMS, VMR, and a newly designed Audio Interface with the aim of fusing together an incredibly powerful system.
Our good friends at Universal Audio have just announced their latest - The Apollo Twin MkII. Sporting a new darker look, a previously unavailable QUAD Core option, Mute, DIM, Mono, and ALT speaker switching, as well as monitor remote controls and a built-in talkback mic. Needless to say, this has just become a really enticing interface for those looking to take the UAD plunge.
When PreSonus first announced the Studio 192 some people, reviewers included, got the wrong end of the stick. Some reviewed it as a standalone interface (which it can be) but it really shows all its power when used with Studio One 3 software.
Yes the Studio 192 can be used with any DAW but the real intention is to use it with Studio One, further confirmed by the latest release of Studio One 3.3.
In part one of this review, Paul Drew looks at the Line 6 Helix rack's ins and outs.