NAMM 2015: Affordable Interface For On-The-Go Recording

US Alesis announces availability of the CORE 1      29/01/15

NAMM 2015: Affordable Interface For On-The-Go Recording

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Alesis has announced the immediate availability of its CORE 1 24-bit USB Audio Interfaces providing complete, fully integrated recording solutions. THe yel us that CORE 1 is a mono input/stereo output inline interface, ideal for on-the-go recording or the budget-conscious producer.

Walter Skorupski, Product Manager at Alesis, told us, "Our CORE 1 recording interface was designed for the on-the-go musician who wants a rugged and portable audio interface with outstanding professional built-in 24-bit/48 kHz converters. There's nothing like it at this price level and the performanceto-price ratio that CORE 1 delivers is unmatched."

Here's the details in Alesis' own words...

The CORE 1 interface offers a full range of recording solutions including XLR+1/4" combo inputs, Mic/Line or Guitar level switching, headphone outputs with level controls for efficient monitoring, and it ships with Cubase® LE 7 music production software, offering powerful yet easy-to-use software tools for a large range of music styles.

Alesis CORE 1 highlights

  • 1-Channel In-Line USB Audio Interface
  • 1 XLR+1/4" TRS combo input with gain knob
  • Record up to 24-bit, 48 kHz audio into virtually any software
  • Record on your iPad or iPhone via the Apple iPad Camera Connection Kit (not included)
  • Guitar / Line level switch for use with a guitar or bass
  • Stereo headphone out with level control
  • Includes Cubase® LE recording software

Pricing and Availability:
The Alesis Core 1 is available immediately at US retail pricing of $49.99

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