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A Video Demo of the New Apogee Thunderbolt Ensemble

A Visit to Apogee's HQ in Los Angeles
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Apogee Ensemble (2014)
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Apogee Ensemble (2014)

Thunderbolt audio interface from Apogee belonging to the Ensemble series.

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Public price: $2,495 incl. VAT

Apogee just released the newly redesigned Ensemble audio interface for Mac, a 30x34 unit featuring Thunderbolt 2 connectivity. We visited Apogee HQ in Los Angeles on the day it was released to video the new interface.

Thunderous feature set

At $2495, the new Ensemble is no impulse purchase, but it brings Apogee quality to the growing field of Thunderbold interfaces, offering 8 mic pres, front-panel guitar I/O with reamping outputs, 10 additional analog audio inputs and 16 outputs, plus lots more. Perhaps most impressive is its super-low latency, which Apogee says can be as little as 1.1 ms, round trip (dependent on your buffer setting, of course). 

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We were glad to have an opportunity to shoot this video on the day the Ensemble came out. Check it out.

 

  • greenberet 3 posts
    greenberet
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    Posted on 10/10/2014 at 06:37:20
    The low latency sounds great, but let's hear people messing with it in a live setting! Did anyone from Audiofanzine get to test the Apogee gear at their HQ?

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