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Universal Audio Apollo QUAD - Thunderbolt
It's time for a new approach to digital audio — it's time for Universal Audio's Apollo Thunderbolt/FireWire audio interface. Digital audio workstations have become powerful enough to complete projects we wouldn't have dreamt of 10 years ago, and technical advances make quality recording equipment more affordable than ever. However, nothing can truly replace the sound of the analog recording equipment that crafted the sound of modern music. Universal Audio has made industry-leading analog recording equipment for decades and now presents the ultimate marriage of analog and digital technology: Apollo. The combination of a world-class analog front end, class-leading digital conversion quality, and the unprecedented addition of UAD-2 DSP processing for UAD Powered Plug-ins makes Apollo an entirely new way to record, mix, and master.
UAD-2 Power Built In
Apollo QUAD packs UA's super-powerful UAD-2 QUAD processing, which lets you use UAD Powered Plug-ins at sub-2ms latency in real time! That means you can record, mix, and master with some of the best plug-ins in the industry, without requiring any external processing. You can also use the Virtual I/O feature to process virtual instruments and DAW tracks in real time too!
UAD-2 Processing Built In!
Astounding Audio Quality
Universal Audio has a reputation for making world-class analog audio gear and has earned their place as a leading authority on digital conversion with the Apollo series. Apollo QUAD gives you the same impeccable 24-bit/192kHz quality as the first generation, with double the analog I/O for professional studios.
Bottom line: Apollo sounds amazing and offers superior dynamic range and total harmonic distortion than other interfaces in its price range.
Apollo's hardware and software settings can be saved with your session file, for true console-style recall when you load your project.