The original Apogee Ensemble was a huge hit, so how will the Ensemble Thunderbolt 2 edition fare? Matt Vanacoro finds it quiet, with tons of features and plenty of gain. In short it's a WIN!
Apogee Electronics have announced their 20% Summer Sale discount for Symphony I/O 2x6 configuration. Offer ends September 30, 2014, so now is the perfect time to consider this pro option.
The original Apogee Jam was a breakthrough device for iOS musicians, it allowed guitarists to record cleanly and digitally into the 30-pin port. How does the newest iteration measure measure up?
And the good news keep flooding in our inbox! Apogee's multi-channel Thunderbolt recording solution, Symphony I/O & Symphony 64 is now compatible with the new Mac Pro beast and Logic Pro X.
The good people at Apogee are offering as much as 50% off their Thunderbolt audio interface when purchased with Symphony I/O. There's plenty of configurations of Symphony IO | ThunderBridge to choose!
How do you create the music for Infinity Blade III: the latest, most visually and sonically stunning game for iOS to date? Composer, Josh Aker, knows the score and reveals all to us in this interview.
Apogee are now shipping their awesome iPad/Mac audio interfaces: ONE, Duet and Quartet audio with iOS Lightning Cable. What does this mean for you and your iOS device? Read on to find out more.
The arrival of Apogee's Quartet review unit at MPV HQ literally resulted in a stampede. Mo Volans emerged from the fracas with himself & this gorgeous audio interface intact, and put it to the test.
There's a buzz surrounding iDevices in terms of music creation... And Apogee's MiC sets out to provide "studio quality" recordings for pro and amateur alike on iPad, iPhone and Mac.
Following on from the tease announcement last week by Apogee, the Quartet has been officially unveiled. With these specs the Quartet is going to find its way onto many musicians gear lust lists!
What makes a 2nd generation audio interface even better than its highly-acclaimed predecessor? Rounik Sethi takes a look at just how impressive the Apogee Duet 2 really is.
With the recent slew of exciting hardware announcements from Apogee (Jam and Mike) you might be forgiven for thinking that Christmas has come early! Add to that, their latest product announcement, the
Hands-up who wants low-latency and high performance multi-track audio recording on their Mac? Me too... as well as almost every Computer musician I've ever met! Until now Firewire and USB 2.0 have bee
Every computer musician or video editor I know has a soft spot for the latest and greatest hardware. It's called gear lust. For most of us that often means hankering after the latest shiny and "all-