In this video James Ivey from Pro Tools Expert takes a close look at the PreSonus Studio 192 USB 3.0 audio interface. During a drum recording session James tries the Studio 192's 8 XMAX mic preamps recording a full drum kit and shows off some of the control features of the Studio 192 and the PreSonus Universal Control software application for both Mac OS and iOS.
Built To Create
The PreSonus® Studio 192 USB 3.0 audio interface is designed to deliver exceptional sonic fidelity, flexible connectivity, and professional monitoring and mixing controls in a single rack space.
Your Studio Command Centre
The Studio 192 is designed to be the central hub for any project or professional studio. The onboard talkback mic can be routed to any mix. Onboard Dim and Mono options let you take control of your main mix. Listen to any mix from either headphone amp. Use the ten balanced outputs for monitor mixing, speaker switching, or both, depending on how you work. With its flexible software and abundant I/O, the Studio 192 fits into any recording and production environment.
The Studio 192 operates at up to 192 kHz and add to that 'audiophile-grade' digital converters, ultra-low jitter clocking, and recallable preamps make it a very powerful recording and mixing tool. High-quality Burr-Brown converters on every input and output provide 118 dB of dynamic range and their recallable XMAX microphone preamps have been designed to deliver incredibly high headroom, deep lows, smooth highs, and a rich overall sound.
Remote Control With UC Surface, Too
The Studio 192’s onboard features can also be controlled in PreSonus’ free UC Surface control software, so even if you use third-party recording software, like Pro Tools, you can remotely access them.
Great Signal Processors Are A PreSonus Tradition
Adding just the right amount of effects and processing to a monitor mix can make a huge difference in a musician’s ability to experience their performance naturally. To that end, the Studio 192 provides sixteen instances of Studio One’s Fat Channel plug-in, one for every analog input and the first ADAT inputs, plus a stereo reverb and delay.