This bus-powered, 2-in/2-out USB 2.0 device has just been redesigned, sporting upgraded preamps to deliver what M-Audio claims is a better quality of recorded sound. It features an XLR mic input, a 1/4-inch instrument input with gain control, a 1/4-inch headphone output and RCA stereo outputs.
Moving back to Pro Tools M-Powered Essential, this is based on the standard version of the software and enables you to record on up to 16 audio tracks. Up to eight virtual instrument tracks can be used simultaneously, and the Structure Essential plug-in (which gives you more than 60 sounds) comes supplied.
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