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NAMM 2017: Roland Unveil the Rubix Series and GO:MIXER
Roland Rubix Series and GO:MIXER were recently announced at the CES show.
The Go:MIXER is an Audio Mixer for Smartphones that makes it easier than ever to capture high quality audio no matter where you are. Simply plug in GO:MIXER to your Smartphone device and experience pristine audio quality straight off the bat. With a multitude of inputs readily available, you can now connect your musical instruments, media players and microphones to mix whilst recording live.
Gone are the days of depending upon your phones's sub standard mono mic to record external audio tracks that would later have to be synced to the video. Now experience the freedom of recording professional quality audio in one simple take.
The perfect companion for bloggers, or those looking to add immaculate sound quality to their social media videos, the GO:MIXER is the quintessential tool for creating professional sounding content.
The Rubix22 USB audio interface is a 2-in/2-out, high-resolution interface able to be used for MAC, PC and iPads. Offering a delicately balanced spectrum of high fidelity sound and robust manufacture specifications, the Rubix22 combines all the necessities of the modern day producer into one compact and affordable package.
With it's studio grade sound quality and resilient outer casing, you can bring professional sound quality recording with you wherever you go. With its exceptionally clean low noise mic preamps and ability to support audio resolutions up to 24 bit/192kHz the Rubix22 ensures a versatile application within the demanding world of the producer.
Its 2 high quality mic preamps have been specifically designed for low noise and high definition, giving them an abundance of headroom and the ability to capture all the nuances and details of your audio.
The Rubix24 brings even more dynamic control to the user with its hardware compressor/limiter. With high dynamic audio sources such as vocalists or percussion instruments, the necessity to tame the audio signal is often prevalent due to their often uncontrollable nature. The Rubix 24's dynamic processors help ensure a hot signal without clipping and causing any unwanted distortion.
Rubix 44's 4 high quality mic preamps and 4 separate outputs have been specifically designed for low noise and high definition. With a clean and transparent sound they contain plenty of potential headroom. With a flexible combo jack you can easily connect a wide variety of sources without the need for adapters or special cables. Its four individual outputs mean that you are able to create a number of complex and sophisticated routing/monitoring setups. This can come in handy, especially when sending click tracks to the performer, or setting up a stage monitor.
With exclusive previews at the 2017 NAMM show, the anticipation is sharply building surrounding these exciting and innovative products.
By Josh Hummerston
Posted on 5 Jan 2017 15:01 to category : Instruments News
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