NAMM 2014: Audio interface unveiled by Prism Sound

The Atlas audio interface is the third new interface released by the company in eight months.
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Cambridge-based manufacturer, Prism Sound, has announced the unveiling of the new Atlas audio interface at NAMM 2014. Atlas will be the third new interface product to be released by the company in eight months. The interface has eight of Prism Sound’s mic pre’s integrated as standard and is designed with the company’s acclaimed CleverClox clocking technology. Prism Sound states that the “latest addition to the USB interface family is aimed squarely at multi-track recording applications.”

 Atlas features ten digitally controlled preamplifiers, eight for microphones and two for instruments, which are automatically selected when the respective sources are plugged in. A rotary output control can be applied to any desired set of output channels for monitoring or output level control.
The new unit carries eight analogue inputs, eight analogue outputs as well as S/PDIF and TOSLINK optical digital I/O ports. It has a maximum capability of 18 concurrent input and output channels plus dual stereo headphones outputs with individual volume controls.
"Launching three new products in less than a year is a record for Prism Sound and indicates our determination to offer recording professionals a wide choice of the high quality, richly featured and competitive tools that they want and need," says Graham Boswell, the company’s sales director. www.prismsound.com

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