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Steinberg announces the release of a new home studio pack based on the UR22 audio interface and available as a limited edition.

Only 1000 copies of the new Steinberg UR22 Production Studio pack will be available in Europe.

The pack features an UR22 USB 2.0 audio interface with 2 Class A discrete mic preamp, phantom power, 2 analog inputs and outputs, a headphone output with dedicated volume knob and MIDI I/O/

Steinberg also provides the WaveLab LE 8 audio editor and the Cubase Elements 7 DAW for Mac and PC 32/64-bit, with HALion Sonic SE, Groove Agent One drums, Prologue synth, 44 effect processors, including a pitch corrector, MorphFilter and the VST Amp Rack guitar amp simulator.

Last, Steinberg partnered with sE Electronics who completes the UR22 Production Studio Pack with a Magneto cardioid condenser 1” large diaphragm microphone, a 3-meter shielded cable and the Isolation Pack comprising a shock mount and a pop filter.

The UR22 Production Studio is available for 299€ TTC. More info at www.steinberg.net.

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