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Digital Subscriptions > MusicTech > Oct-18 > PRESONUS AudioBox 96 Studio

PRESONUS AudioBox 96 Studio

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£175 STREET

Contact Source Distribution | 0208 962 5080, www.sourcedistribution.co.uk, www.presonus.com

Key features

USB audio and MIDI interface with 2 combo mic/instrument ins with Class A mic preamps

24-bit resolution, 44.1, 48, 88.1, & 96 kHz sampling rate

M7 large-diaphragm condenser mic

HD7 headphones with High neodymium resolution drivers

PreSonus Studio One Artist with unlimited audio tracks, MIDI tracks, virtual instruments, buses, and FX plus 10+ GB of third-party software, loops, and instruments

With more and more people needing small interface set-ups for song writing, YouTube videos or recording podcasts and commentaries, an increasing number of companies are putting out bundles that offer everything in one box. We’ve already reviewed packages from Focusrite, Audio-Technica,

Blue and more that offer various configurations, some with pop shields or a mic. This one has headphones, a mic, interface and software bundle.

Firstly you get a sturdy interface with two combo mic/ line ins, two outs plus headphone and MIDI connections. You could plug a guitar and mic in and sing away, or use it with a simple mic combo.

As with all PreSonus hardware you’re best off registering it and you’ll then get a list of available software including any drivers you might need, and it’s an impressive download – more on that soon.

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Over the past 20 years the internet has transformed the world of music-making. Sharing our works-in-progress or collaborating with people around the globe is but a click away. But what if you've never done this before? Assembling the correct tools to begin doing this easily is the bedrock of this month’s cover feature, where we highlight the essential techniques, tips and resources to start composing in the Cloud. Elsewhere this issue, we speak to video game composer Jesper Kyd, whose impressive credits include many key games in the popular Hitman and Assassin’s Creed franchises. Kicking off our review section, we bring you an exclusive look at Yamaha's new MODX 6 – and discover it to be a wonderfully featured instrument that innovates on many levels. We also have our usual plethora of tutorials covering all the major DAWs, an essential guide to mixing that deconstructs that most crucial of processes, helpful gear-guides and more. I hope you enjoy the issue.