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PRESONUS Studio 192

Described as a ‘Studio Command Centre’, could the PreSonus Studio 192 be the solution to all of your production-setup needs? Andy Jones investigates…

The audio-interface market us certainly a crowded one and manufacturers really do have to offer something unique or inspiring to grab attention. Or, in the Studio 192’s case, a massive spec. And call it a ‘Studio Command Centre’ for good measure, too, why don’t you?

This USB 3 interface has enough ins and outs for some of the most demanding of multi-channel set-ups – 26 ins and 32 outs with eight mic and line ins, eight line outs, plus main outs, and ADAT and coaxial making up the digital numbers. With two inputs around the front and LED meters offering an indication of signal strength per input channel, it’s not unlike several other interfaces I’ve tested over the last year – stand up Prism and Focusrite. However, Studio 192 also boasts a version of PreSonus’ very own DAW (Studio One v3 Artist), which is a highly regarded affair with synths, sample player and drum machine plus around 30 effects plug-ins and 2GB of sample content. Whether a complete DAW will tempt you in is, of course, up to you – but it’s an impressive bundle, whichever way you look at it, and central to that Command Centre ethos.

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The new issue of MusicTech is all about mastering your music, and mastering it for everywhere! These days you have to master for various outlets so your music needs to sound professional not just in the studio but online too. We have guides to the whole process, the whys, and hows. We also interview leading mastering engineers about the joys of vinyl mastering and other challenges modern mastering experts face. There's well over 1GB of free samples on the DVD plus 2 hours of tutorials and a bumper set of reviews and workshops too. Make music and master it now!