Universal Audio begins the year aptly with the announcement of a new generation of Apollo Twin Thunderbolt interfaces.
The new iteration shares the same intuitive interface as its forerunners. It comes strapped with a blend of newly designed software and components. It’ll be capable of recording at near-zero latency.
The Apollo Twin will come in UAD-2 SOLO, DUO, or QUAD Core processing formats in order to properly handle recording applications from acoustic and vocals to a huge collection of tracks with near-instantaneous response.
On top of the coveted Apollo D/A and A/D conversion used by professional producers, this second generation comes with a package of UAD plug-ins like the Teletronix 1176 and Pultec EQs to present a genuine analog studio experience into your space.
On the preamp side, the new Apollo Twin supercharges the two onboard Unison-capable mic preamps with emulations of studio monoliths like Neve, API, and Manley for mythical sound on tap.
With the announcement of this new line, the first-gen Apollo Twins are virtually guaranteed to take a dip in price, so check some out below to score yourself a deal. Read more…
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