Posts with tag thunderbolt

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Review: Focusrite Clarett 2Pre USB Audio Interface

Focusrite's Clarett marque crosses from Thunderbolt to USB models with the Clarett 2Pre USB and its siblings. Hollin Jones finds out what all the fuss is about.

Expanding Your Mobile UA Apollo Recording Rig Using Optical Preamps

If you've never taken advantage of optical preamps to expand your UA Apollo mobile recording rig, you could be missing out! Rich Tozzoli shows you how it works and how it can help you.

NAMM 2017: Watch A Hands-On Tour Of The UAD Apollo Twin MkII

UAD's pro interface, Apollo Twin MK II, now comes in three flavours, and features tons of updated internal technology.

Focusrite Clarett Thunderbolt Audio Interfaces Get Windows Compatibility

Focusrite tell us they're on the verge of releasing a Windows driver to provide stable, low-latency operation of Clarett Thunderbolt audio interfaces. 

Review: Antelope Audio Orion Studio Thunderbolt & USB Audio Interface

For many pro producers, Antelope Audio will be well known for audio devices with excellent clocking and sound quality. Matt Vanacoro puts their USB & Thunderbolt Orion Studio interface to the test.

Focusrite Launches Red 4Pre Audio Interface With 58-Input/64-Output Thunderbolt Connectivity

Focusrite's new advanced RED 4PRE interface provides a whopping 58 inputs/64 outputs over Thunderbolt and includes four digitally controlled mic preamps and Dante networking amongst other features.

Optimizing Your Computer for Audio and Video Production

Learn how to squeeze every last drop of performance from your audio or video production computer in this essential guide by Matt Vanacoro.

Review: Focusrite Clarett 8pre Audio Interface

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.

Lightning Quick! Why Thunderbolt will be the I/O of Choice for Digital Musicians and Video Artists.

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