BUY NOW http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00I0RHU8K?tag=protooexp-21 James from Pro Tools Expert gets an exclusive first look at the new UAD Apollo Twin desktop audio interface from Universal Audio, find out what he thinks in this extended show and tell video review. Watch the exclusive video interview with Universal Audio here http://youtu.be/Sq9dk4IfZGo
Mike takes a closer look at the two Pro Tools keyboards from Editors Keys, one for PC users and one for Mac.
Russ unboxes the Focusrite Scarlett 8i6 USB Audio Interface. Find out what's in the box and get his first impressions. In part 2 he will be putting it through its paces. More on the product here http://www.focusrite.com/products/audio_interfaces/scarlett_8i6/
In this video James takes a look at the new Audient iD22 audio interface. Tracking Drums, Bass and Guitars James shows you round the interface and its control software.
Russ and James take a good look at the Universal Audio Apollo 16 to see if it offers something new, they discuss its merits, Pro Tools mode and flex routing.
In this video James takes a look at the new Cymatic Audio LR-16 Live Recorder and finds that it is more than just a hardware recorder.
Russ and James from Pro Tools Expert take their unique approach to testing. They use the UA Apollo Thunderbolt without reading the manual and see how long it takes to crash a Pro Tools session. Find out what happened.
Russ takes a look inside the box of the Focusrite Forte USB audio interface and gets ready to review it.
Russ takes a first look with the unboxing of the Avid HD Native Thunderbolt interface for Pro Tools. READ THE REVIEW HERE http://www.pro-tools-expert.com/home-page/2012/9/12/avid-hd-native-thunderbolt-review.html
Pro Tools Expert Russ Hughes takes a look at the Focusrite Scarlett 8i6 USB audio interface and gives you his take on it.
No one would argue that over the last few years, that when it comes to bang for your buck, Focusrite audio interfaces have been a real bargain, offering both quality and value. This has led users to grow accustomed to Focusrite audio interfaces having more holes than a Swiss cheese whilst being a great price. So when the Forte was announced, offering just 2 in and 4 out at a much higher price, some users were confused - even more with unit having the name ‘Forte’ which was last used for the legendary mixing desk built some decades ago.
In our recent interview with Phil Dudderidge we raised the question of the name of this new baby and his response was that both had been best-in-class at their time. In an industry where everyone seems to be heading to the bottom of the pond with ‘more for less’ offerings, the idea of ‘less for more’ is intriguing and led us to want to give this baby a real run for its money.
If you hear our recent live podcast from the MPS, then you will have heard the debate over quality. Some suggested that pro quality was only available for the few, I responded that interfaces like the Focusrite Forte offered high quality recording for the many - so was I right or is it time to eat my words?