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NAMM 2011: Roland Announce New Audio Interfaces
Renowned Japanese electronic musical instrument manufacturer Roland has announced details of two new audio interfaces the DUO-CAPTURE USB audio interface and TRI-CAPTURE USB interface at this years NAMM.
With its unique, slimline design and stable performance the DUO-CAPTURE USB audio interface is the perfect audio interface for recording musicians on the go.
With two audio inputs and two audio outputs DUO-CAPTURE boasts ultra-stable, low-latency ASIO drivers for both Mac and PC platforms, and provides a versatile selection of I/O formats to accommodate a variety of gear.
Dual headphone outs are perfect for side-by-side musician/engineer sessions, with no additional mixing hardware required.
In addition Roland's new TRI-CAPTURE USB interface is a unique, compact audio interface optimized for personal and mobile recording, vocal and guitar recording, and streaming-internet applications.
With a mixer-like design and dedicated front-panel controls, TRI-CAPTURE makes it easy to mix, control, and monitor.
It allows you to plug a microphone into the XLR input, an instrument into the 1/4-inch jack, and a stereo instrument or device into the AUX input.
TRI-CAPTURE is full-featured yet portable, and is USB bus powered for a clean, simple setup and its unique REC MODE section provides instant selection of recording scenarios, including LOOP BACK for web streaming applications.Posted on 13 Jan 2011 18:00 to category : Instruments News
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