NAMM 2014: M-Audio M-Track Eight

US Eight-channel, 24-bit USB audio interface      23/01/14

NAMM 2014: M-Audio M-Track Eight


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Adding to the M-Track interface line, which includes MTrack, M-Track Plus, and M-Track Quad, M-Audio has now announced M-Track Eight, which they describe as an eight-channel, 24-bit USB audio interface designed for expanded recording capabilities with an ultralow-noise signal path, 112 dB signal-to-noise ratio, and zero-latency monitoring. M-Track Eight will include Avid Pro Tools Express with an iLok USB key.

JC Sutherland, M-Audio Product Manager, told us, "The M-Track line is all about equipping recording musicians at every level with professional capability. It has the best-quality microphone preamps on the market for the cost and it comes with Pro Tools, so, right away, musicians are equipped with pro-level hardware and software."

M-Track Eight has 24-bit / 96 kHz (max.) digital audio for recording audio higher than CD quality and, as its name implies, M-Track Eight includes eight XLR+1/4-inch combo inputs to accommodate any source. All inputs are combo jacks with mic/line auto-sensing capabilities, and Channels 1 and 2 add an instrument level switch in addition to being front-facing, which allows for easy access when the unit is rack-mounted. Two banks of 48V phantom power are onboard for use with condenser microphones. Outputs include eight 1/4-inch TRS, two pairs of 1/4-inch monitor outputs with A/B control, and two 1/4-inch headphone outputs, which are switchable between Outputs 1 and 2 or 3 and 4. M-Track Eight is class-compliant with Mac and a driver is included for PC.

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