[MUSIKMESSE] Antelope Audio ZenTour
Antelope Audio present Zen Tour, their upcoming USB and Thunderbolt compatible portable audio interface.
Antelope Audio has introduced the details of its compact audio interface Zen Tour, aimed at touring musicians and small studios:
- USB & Thunderbolt portable audio interface
- 4 mic/line inputs
- 4 Hi-Z/line inputs
- 8 analog outs (two specially dedicated to reamping)
- ADAT & S/PDIF ins & outs
- 2 independent headphone outs
- 2 separate pairs of monitor outs
The Zen Tour also features Antelope's Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA), which provides the interface with large parallel processing capabilities and some of the lowest latency levels on the market. Also, the advanced remote app puts the Zen Tour control literally at your fingertips via the intuitive touch screen, and the OS X and Windows compatible software control panel follows Antelope's innovative concept for networking, making it possible to manage all Zen Tour features from multiple computers in the same network. Plus, iOS and Android mobile apps allow to manage all Zen Tour features from any compatible smartphone or tablet.
More details available from www.antelopeaudio.com.
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