The UR816C is a sound interface that can shape the heart of your studio. With staggering Class-A D-PRE amplifier preamps and 32-bit/192 kHz recording quality, it conveys proficient comes about in each sense. The full set of mic inputs lets you record a full drum set. Furthermore, with the HI-Z inputs, electric guitars can be cleanly captured and flawlessly checked with no downtime. This, largely thanks to guitar amp recreations based on DSPs included. The MIDI associations permit you to utilize an assortment of controllers.

The UR816C has the name of a Star Wars character. Likewise, it’s sound is out of this world!

The computerized associations let you extend your studio by including converters and word clock with the most recent jitter decrease innovation. This ensures beyond any doubt other proficient sound gear will be impeccably synchronized. Dim and Quiet work include encouraging studio-grade usefulness… and all this could be utilized with any DAW. Nothing captures the genuine soul of a band better than everyone playing alongside a plethora of inputs, outputs and options to record even complex line-ups. Luckily, the UR816C lets you capture this special allure.

High-end D-PRE receiver preamps will capture your vocals and acoustic rebellious in dazzling detail. Meanwhile, Hi-Z, line, computerized and MIDI inputs, as well as DSP impacts, guarantee each instrument makes an effect. With latency-free checking, strong construct quality and seamless compatibility with Macintosh/Windows computers and iOS gadgets, the UR816C could be a band’s best companion. These days the world is your stage and the UR816C makes a difference to broadcast your exhibitions around the globe.

By utilizing the Loopback work you’ll be able to effectively stream your concert, practice or living room gig by means of Facebook Live or other stages to your fans and anybody else inquisitive about your imaginativeness. The numerous inputs permit interfacing your total band setup, whereas the included DSP-based effects let you make the ideal live blend.

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