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Cymatic Audio will launch this Summer a MADI expansion module for its uTrack24 USB audio interface.

Thanks to this new MADI module, owners of a uTrack24 USB audio interface will be able to record to their computer 24 audio tracks from MADI digital consoles and stage boxes and send 24 audio tracks from the uTrack24 to a digital console via MADI connexion.

Features:

  • Bidirectional 24-track communication between the uTrack24 audio interface and MADI compatible digital consoles and stage boxes
  • Works with multiple MADI protocoles, channels and sample rates
  • Flexible routing of 56/64 sources/destinations to/from 24 audio inputs
  • Coaxial and optical inputs and outputs allows for long cable use

The uTrack24 MADI Module will be available this Summer for the price of $/€ 400. You’ll need to update the firmware of you uTrack24 audio interface to use it. More info at cymaticaudio.com

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