Is this a joke or a bizarre example of sexism in the music industry? Here's an audio interface for females that looks like a make-up box and comes with a biult-in LED-lit mirror!
We all use them, but how much do you really know about the different kinds of audio interface available? Joe Albano breaks down the fundamentals in this short video.
ESI's U168XT high speed recording interface couldn't sound as good as it looks, could it? G.W Childs puts it through its paces to find out. (Spoiler alert: he liked it).
There's lots of audio interfaces available for budget and professional musicians, producers and engineers. So, how do you go about choosing the right one for your needs? Joe Albano with the answers.
Apogee have been teasing a new product announcement... and here it is! new Thunderbolt audio interfaces with Ensemble quality at cheaper prices and a new control ecosystem. Sweet!
With this nifty workaround, you should be able to get some macOS Sierra 10.12 incompatible drivers and audio plug-ins working just fine.
Antelope Audio suggest their new Zen Tour could be the new King of portable audio interfaces. Matt Vanacoro takes a closer look and puts its claims to the test. Spoiler alert: It very well might be!
Good for live or studio use, the iConnectAudio 2+ is a versatile 2-in 6-out audio & MIDI interface for musicians & DJs. Matt Vanacoro finds out just how good this interface is in this review.
If you have multiple audio interfaces, synthesizers, or even iPad interfaces, you can get them to all work as one virtual interface on the Mac. Here's how to combine them as an aggregate device.
What makes the new Apogee ONE for Mac (now in its 3rd incarnation) so attractive? Aside from the high-quality build and audio components...? The price. We took a closer look at Musikmesse 2016.
The new One audio interface for Mac from Apogee is a 2 in/2 out interface with built in microphone at an attractive price point and with offers on Waves Audio plugins. What more could you want?
If you want to get audio into and out of your DAW, you'll need an audio interface. We were surprised when we asked you which audio interface brand you owned in our recent survey. Here's the results!
Focusrite are well known for their high-end, professional audio interfaces. The new Clarett range promises clarity, virtually no noise, and AIR preamp modeling settings. Matt Vanacoro tests the 8pre.
Big news from California! If you're about to choose a new pro audio interface, then Apogee just made their Duet, Quartet & Ensemble options even more appealing by including Waves plugin bundles.
The idea behind Apogee Groove is that you can listen to your music on Mac or PC with recording studio quality wherever you are. It's light, portable and packed with Apogee goodness.