Eleven Rack is a new guitar recording and effects processing system designed to eliminate the challenges guitarists have faced in the studio and on stage.
Eleven Rack utilizes a tone cloning design and custom-designed True-Z input to re-create the experience of playing through a full guitar rig, Avid says. By combining Pro Tools software with a DSP-accelerated high-resolution interface, Eleven Rack is said to deliver realistic guitar amp and effects tones.
Avid expert Sean Halley explains the features on the front and back panels of the Eleven Rack interface. On the front, the guitar input provides a True-Z circuit that matches the impedance of any circuit in the analog domain, delivering hyper-realistic feel, Avid assures.
The front panel also provides an Output to Amp jack, adjustable headphones jack, mic preamp, and more.
On the back, you’ll find a second Output to Amp jack, MIDI jacks, digital I/O, ground lift switch, line inputs, FX loop, and more.
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