[NAMM] Apogee One interface for iPad and Mac
Apogee Electronics introduces all new “ONE” audio interface & microphone for iPad & Mac and new Maestro control app for iOS.
The redesigned ONE 2 IN x 2 OUT USB audio interface and microphone is now compatible with the Apple iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.
ONE features Apogee updated AD/DA converters and mic preamps, a headphone amplifier, and works with Maestro control software ; iOS device charging and optional battery power for portable recording with iPad are also available.
Three input options are available: a built-in omni-directional condenser microphone, XLR input for dynamic, condenser or ribbon microphones, and 1/4” instrument input for electric guitars, keyboards or any instrument with an electric pick-up. An upgrade from the original design, ONE now has the ability to record two inputs simultaneously (instrument plus built-in microphone or external microphone).
The Apogee ONE will ship with Maestro software for Mac and iOS App (downloadable from the AppStore), which let you control ONE’s inputs, mic preamp, outputs and set up the monitoring.
When used with iPad or an iOS device, ONE works with any Core Audio compliant app like GarageBand, Auria and MultiTrack. For recording on a Mac, ONE works with Logic, Pro Tools, GarageBand, Ableton Live and any Mac Core Audio compliant application.
The built-in iOS connector is the 30-pin version, you will need a Lightning adapter to use the interface with newest Apple devices.
Price : $349
Available in March 2013
More details on www.apogeedigital.com/products/one.php.
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