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Antelope Zen Studio+ Interface: Leap into Peace of Portable, Pro-Audio Mind

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Are you looking for a portable, dependable 32-channel interface with low-latency recording, onboard DSP, networkability, and widely venerated respected word-clocking? Then look no further than the Antelope Zen Studio+, which provides 12 class-A microphone preamps, as well as mic, line, Hi-Z, and 1/4" re-amp jacks. With this feature set, the Zen Studio+ suits the needs of individuals looking to fashion a sturdy mobile rig with a multitude of I/O.

USB and Thunderbolt connections allow you to communicate with your sequencer or computer, as do termination points for ADAT and S/PDIF. Monitor outputs and headphone jacks afford you private and loudspeaker playback, while rear-mounted D-Sub ports provide the ability to break out to an additional 8 channels, in and out. A built-in talkback button will aid you in coaching vocalists from a distance.

This is an Antelope device, and therefore, the Zen Studio+ features Antelope clocking—specifically, the same 64-bit acoustically focused clocking found on other Antelope devices. Word clock I/Os are also provided. On the DSP side, this interface gives you amplifier and cabinet emulations through which to run your DI’d guitar, as well as a reverb module and an Pultec-style EQ. Furthermore, included software allows you to manage the unit’s various features, from multiple computers in the same network. This software is compatible with Mac, Windows, and iOS devices.

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