Avid announces its new MBOX Studio audio interface

Avid announces its new MBOX Studio audio interface

Avid provides the world with a range of video and audio content, including movies, series, sports, music, and music production gear. Gather experience and knowledge through multiple online tutorials, connect with like-minded people around the world, and start collaborating anywhere, anytime. Avid’s latest development will be a cross between professionalism and personality, all compiled into a single box. Meet him Studio Avid MBOX.

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The MBOX Studio audio interface is suitable for monitoring, mixing and recording. It is their main goal to bring professional recording into your personal studio with all its included features. Capture and mix audio files up to 24-bit, 192 kHz from input to output. Once looking at the device itself, at the top you will find 48V Phantom Power, Bluetooth, Link, Input (Mic, Line, Instrument), Tune, Mono, Mute, Dim and Talk. Up to 4 mic or line inputs will be displayed while 5 and 6 channels are fixed line inputs. The right and left signals will also be displayed. The “Z” function will change the impedance of the input, allowing you to select different tonal characteristics for your inputs. The 4 buttons on the front are assignable to all the controls you want from your control surface. The large left rotary knob controls the level of, for example, preamps, and the right rotary knob controls the overall master volume.

On the front panel, you will find 2 combined mic/line jack inputs, a Hi-Z to AMP output which will allow you to re-amplify it in the interface, and 2 individual headphone outputs. The back of this device contains most of the features included in MBOX. Thanks to USB-C, you can connect this device to your computer, to which Avid has provided a purple USB-C cable for you. From left to right, you start with the power adapter. Additional power must be supplied to this unit, due to its size. An optical output and input for ADAT gives you 8 channels of ADAT output and ADAT input. Of course, you will find a MIDI input and output to connect external equipment to your interface. The S/PDIF feature gives you greater routing flexibility with digital input and output. Connect up to 2 sets of monitors: Main and ALT. Additional effects sends and returns are also included. Another set of line inputs are included as well as a set of mic/line inputs. By adding all these inputs, you have the possibility of using up to 8 line inputs. Finally, you can connect up to 2 footswitches.

What’s included:

  • MBOX Studio USB interface
  • USB-C cable
  • USB-C female to USB-A male adapter
  • AC adapter
  • Registration card
  • Pro Tools Studio (one year subscription)
  • Sibelius Artist (one year subscription)
  • MBOX control
  • Celemony Melodyne 5 Essential
  • SoundFlow Cloud Avid Edition
  • All plugins included with Pro Tools Studio
  • MBOX ignition package
    • baby audio vibration box
    • BPM Creation—MBOX Producer’s Toolkit
    • Brainworx A/DA Flanger
    • Brainworx Ampeg SVT-VR classic
    • Brainworx bx_bluechorus2
    • Brainworx bx_console N
    • Brainworx bx_greenscreamer
    • Brainworx bx_megadual
    • Brainworx bx_opto Compressor
    • LUSH VOX Pressure Gauge
  • Avid Loopmasters Sample Pack

The Avid MBOX Studio audio interface package will be available November 17, priced at $899. The device is already available for pre-order.

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