New York, NY (January 23, 2013)—Roland has introduced its new Studio-Capture, the latest addition to the company’s Capture family, which compacts 12 mic preamps into the USB audio interface, with 16 audio inputs, 10 audio outputs and MIDI I/O to provide users with connectivity within a portable tabletop device.
Other features include 24-bit/192 kHz audio quality, front-panel metering, XLR monitor outputs with dedicated level control, dual headphone outputs, drivers with VS Streaming technology and more.
Roland’s Capture family offers the Auto-Sens feature for setting input levels. Users press the dedicated front-panel button, play a connected instruments, and Studio-Capture automatically sets the recording level for each input in seconds.
Beyond traditional audio interfacing, Studio-Capture offers four independent Direct Mixers for zero-latency monitoring, operated via the software control panel. Powered by Studio-Capture’s internal DSP, each mix can be routed to any of the outputs, designed for sending custom monitor mixes to headphones, speakers or recording devices. Mix configurations can be saved for later use. A reverb processor is available for monitoring, allowing singers and instrumentalists to record dry tracks while listening to ambience effects.