[Musikmesse] Native Instruments Komplete Audio 6
Native Instruments will launch a new 6-channel MIDI / audio USB interface on May 2nd: Komplete Audio 6.
- 4 analog inputs: 2 balanced mic/line/instrument (XLR); plus 2 balanced line (1/4" TRS)
- 4 balanced analog outputs (1/4" TRS)
- Digital stereo input and output (S/PDIF / RCA)
- MIDI in/out for master keyboard, MASCHINE or third-party MIDI controller
- Headphone output with independent level control and source switch
- USB powered, with extra custom USB socket
- Pre-amps with individual gain controls
- Direct monitoring
- Mono input switch for recording vocals, guitar or other mono sources
- 48V phantom power for using condenser mics and active DI boxes
- 15 status LEDs provide visual feedback for signals and indicate clipping
Komplete Audio 6 includes a software package:
- Komplete Elements — 3 GB of instruments and effects
- Cubase LE 5 — sequencer and recording software
- Traktor LE 2 — DJ software
- $30 / €25 e-voucher — for Komplete Instruments or Effects at the NI Online Shop
Full version - $339.00
Check out www.native-instruments.com for more.
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