Anaheim, CA (January 24, 2019)—PreSonus has introduced a new line of Studio Series USB-C audio interfaces, comprised of five models—the Studio 24c, Studio 26c, Studio 68c, Studio 1810c, and Studio 1824c.
The entire 24-bit, 192 kHz line replaces PreSonus’ first-generation Studio series. All but the Studio 24c include DC-coupled outputs for sending control voltages, and all five models offer MIDI I/O. USB-C to USB-C and USB-C to USB-A cables are provided for compatibility with most computers, along with PreSonus’ Studio One Artist music production software for macOS and Windows, and Studio Magic Plug-in Suite.
The bus-powered Studio 24c 2-in, 2-out audio interface ($149.95) features 2 front-panel combo mic/line/instrument inputs with PreSonus XMAX-L solid-state mic preamps, 2 rear-panel line outputs, and onboard direct monitoring control.
Designed for DJs, mobile musicians and electronic musicians, the bus-powered Studio 26c 2-in, 4-out audio interface ($199) presents 2 front-panel combo mic/line/instrument inputs with XMAX-L solid-state mic preamps, 4 rear-panel line outputs, and a Cue Mix A/B button.
Moving up to the needs of producers and small studios, the Studio 68c 6-in, 6-out audio interface ($299) offers 4 XMAX preamps—2 mic/line/instrument on the front, and 2 mic/line on the back—as well as S/PDIF I/O.
Then there’s the Studio 1810c ($399.95), which records up to 18 simultaneous inputs and sports 8 outputs and 4 microphone inputs with XMAX Class A mic preamps.
The Studio 1824c audio interface ($499.95) is intended for project studios, and especially for recording full bands, including multi-channel drums. It records up to 18 simultaneous inputs and features 8 microphone inputs with XMAX Class A mic preamps. Its 18 outputs offer routing with DSP-based monitor mixing and control-room integration with included Studio One Artist and UC Surface software.
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