M-Audio has drop another audio interface called the M-Track Eight for recording bands or for any situation where you need to record multiple sources. M-Audio has made a big splash at NAMM 2014 with some awesome pro equipment. If you looking for a new audio interface, you might want to give the M-Audio M-Track a look.
M-Audio has now announced M-Track 8, an eightchannel 24-bit USB audio interface developed for increased recording abilities with an ultralow sound signal load, 112 dB signal-to-noise proportion, and zero-latency. M-Track Eight will include Avid Pro Tools Express with an iLok USB dongle.
M-Track Eight has 24-bit / 96 kHz (maximum.) digital audio for recording audio greater than CD quality and as its name suggests, M-Track 8 includes eight XLR +1/4-inch combination inputs to fit any sort of source. All inputs are combo jacks with mic/line auto-sensing abilities and Networks 1 and 2 add an instrument level button in addition to being front-facing, which enables simple accessibility when the device is rack-mounted. Two Sections of 48V phantom power are onboard for usage with condenser microphones. Outputs consist of 8 1/4-inch TRS, 2 pairs of 1/4-inch display outputs with A/B control, and 2 1/4-inch earphone outputs, which are switchable between Outputs 1 and 2 or 3 and 4. M-Track 8 is compliant with Mac and Windows with driver included for computer.
- High headroom inputs with Octane Preamp Technology
- Up to 24/96 kHz resolution
- 8 XLR + 1/4″ combo inputs with individual metering
- Dual headphone outs with selectable source (1/2 or 3/4)
- 8 balanced 1/4″ outputs
- USB/Analog Direct Balance control
- Input 1 and 2 line/mic- or instrument-selectable
- Selectable phantom power for Channels 1-4 and 5-8
- Dedicated control room output
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