2015
08/15
Audio Interface For iPad With Multiple Outputs and Inputs
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Apogee Audio Interface

The Apogee Quartet is a high quality audio interface for iPad with multiple outputs and inputs. DC power charges iPad Adequate power is essential for excellent sound quality. Thanks to a direct digital connection and an external power source, ONE can charge your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch while you record so you can work without interruption.

Apogee Quartet

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Features:
Four combination Line/Mic/Instrument inputs
Six balanced line outputs, +20 dBu maximum output level
One independent 1/4-inch stereo headphone output
Four microphone preamps with up to 75dB of gain
Eight digital inputs via ADAT/SMUX, 44.1kHz to 96kHz
MIDI input/output (USB-A type connector)
Low latency monitoring, complete input/output control with Apogee’s Maestro software (iOS and Mac)
DC power supplies charge to iPod touch, iPhone, or iPad
Selectable 48V phantom power, Soft Limit and phase invert
USB 2.0 audio with 24-bit/192kHz A/D and D/A conversion
Works with any Core Audio compatible app on iOS or Mac including GarageBand, Logic, Final Cut, Ableton Live, and Pro Tools.

Apogee Quartet for iPad

Input:
You get four combination input connectors (XLR and 1/4-inch) for connecting microphones, guitars and keyboards, or your favorite external mic preamps, compressors, and EQs. Quartet also includes eight channels of digital input via two optical connections (ADAT/SMUX) for connecting an additional analog-to-digital converter such as Apogee’s Ensemble.

Output:
Six balanced 1/4-inch TRS outputs offer an impressive range of possibilities. Listen and compare stereo mixes on up to three sets of speakers. Mix your audio or Final Cut video project in 5.1 surround. Quartet also features a studio-quality 1/4-inch headphone output, freeing you to adjust your headphone level separately from the main outputs.

MIDI:
There’s a single USB MIDI connection for your CoreMIDI-compatible keyboard, synth, or DJ controller. And for maximum convenience, this MIDI connection allows you to simultaneously connect Quartet and a keyboard or DJ controller to the 30-pin dock connector port on your iPad.

Apogee Quartet Audio Interface for iPad & Mac with Waves Gold Plugin Bundle + Free Yamaha HS5 Pair and 1/4 cables (Awesome Deal)

2012
10/14
Multi Channel Audio Routing iOS 6
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Multi Channel Audio Routig iOS 6

Multiple outputs on iPad. Multi-channel and multi-route audio is now possible with iOS 6 and up. This means that apps like Djay by Algoriddim can do independent stereo output to both the headphone jack, as well as via an HDMI or USB audio out adapter for the dock or lightning connector. That means Djs can pre-cue their music in djay on their headphone, before sending them out live over the other connection to their audience.

iOS 6 Multi Channel Audio Routing

Djay iPad App iOS 6 Multi Channel Audio Routing

Musicians can now play their backing tracks on one set of stereo channels and have a click track routed to the headphone out puts for monitoring. You will have to sync the backing tracks with the click track but that is actually quite simple if you use the auto sync feature in Djay.

FEATURE HIGHLIGHTS

• iTunes music library integration
• Spotify integration (requires Spotify Premium and internet connection, FREE 7 day trial is available for djay 2 users)
• Automix
• Audio FX: Flanger, Phaser, Echo, Gate, Bit Crusher
• FX Expansion Packs powered by Sugar Bytes (over 30 additional audio effects available via In-App Purchase)
• Mixer, Tempo, Pitch-Bend, Filter and EQ controls
• Looping & Cue Points
• Colored HD Waveforms™
• Live Recording (iTunes only)
• Sampler with included sound packs by Snoop Dogg, DJ QBert, Milk & Sugar, and more
• Single Deck Mode
• Pre-Cueing with headphones (using Griffin DJ Cable or multi-channel audio interface)
• Advanced time-stretching (Key Lock)
• Key Detection and Matching (requires iPad Air or iPad mini with Retina display, or better)
• Automatic beat detection
• Auto-Gain
• iCloud integration to sync metadata
• iTunes Store integration
• Support for Inter-App Audio and Audiobus (iTunes only)
• Support for all major audio formats (no support for DRM protected songs)
• Support for AirPlay and Bluetooth devices
• Support for DJ MIDI Controllers: Pioneer DDJ-WeGO, DDJ-WeGO2, DDJ-WeGO3, DDJ-ERGO, Vestax Spin 2, Numark iDJ Pro, Mixdeck Quad, iDJ Live, iDJ Live II, ION iDJ 2 Go, Reloop Beatpad, Casio XW-J1, Philips M1X-DJ

What’s New in Version 2.7.8
• Added status bar interface for Reloop Beatpad and Beatpad 2 controllers
• Improved scratching performance using Casio XW-DJ1 controller
• Improved VoiceOver support
• Fixed issue where new recordings would not appear in recording panel
• Other bugfixes

Djay for iPad

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