HIGH-PERFORMANCE AIR SERIES AUDIO INTERFACES
M-Audio, synonymous with innovative music production technology, today announced the introduction of their new AIR Series audio interfaces. These new models give producers, composers and musicians the ability to produce 24-bit/192kHz studio-quality computer-based recordings with an intuitive, easy-to-use interface. With a range of five models, they are perfectly tailored for recording everything from a solo performer to a large ensemble.
Boasting an elegant pro-grade metal chassis with a large central volume knob with comprehensive and versatile inputs and outputs, the AIR Series features M-Audio’s exclusive Crystal™ low-noise pre-amps and pristine A/D converters to deliver the highest audio performance in its class.
Every model in the range comes complete with a comprehensive software package that has everything needed to make professional recordings right out of the box. With 2 powerful DAWs (one in the Hub) to suit even the most demanding production needs, AIR interfaces include Pro Tools | First M-Audio Edition and Ableton Live Lite.
M-Audio also includes an entire Effects Plugin, Virtual Instruments and Loop package to cater to every user’s production needs. Whether they need a guitar tone, reverb, or delay, The AIR Series has all the effects needs covered with Eleven Lite, 20 effect plugins and AIR’s Creative FX Collection Plus. With the included AIR Virtual Instrument plugins, there is a virtual drummer, drum machine, synth, strings, percussion, organ and piano plugins to add world-class-sounding instruments to any production.
There are five models in the Air Series family:
AIR | Hub
USB Monitoring Interface with Built-In 3-Port Hub
2-In/2-Out 24/192 USB Audio Interface
Note: The 192|4 is also part of the Vocal Studio Pro package that includes the M-Audio Nova Black condenser microphone and the M-Audio HDH40 monitoring headphones.
2-In/2-Out 24/192 USB Audio/MIDI Interface
4-In/4-Out 24/192 USB Audio Interface
8-In/4-Out 24/192 USB Audio Interface
The AIR Series interfaces will be available in the 4th Q 2019.