Apogee Electronics is pleased to introduce the new Ensemble – a 30×34 Thunderbolt™ 2 audio interface for the next generation of home, project and professional Mac-based studios.
Apogee and Avid® are pleased to announce two new Avid Artist Suite products for music recording and stereo audio post, Pro Tools® | Duet and Pro Tools® | Quartet. These solutions feature Avid branded versions of Apogee’s award-winning Duet and Quartet audio interfaces, each paired with Avid’s industry-standard Pro Tools 11 software for Mac and Windows customers.
Neil Johnston’s company Store Van Music runs music workshops in schools across the globe. His latest project with this Peterborough, England school – a single recorded using Apogee’s JAM, MiC, and Quartet – has quickly risen to the top of the iTunes UK Children’s chart.
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Apogee’s Duet for iPad & Mac was recently utilized by engineer Kevin Harp while working on Disney’s Frozen at Warner Brothers Eastwood Scoring Stage. With Duet, Harp was able to edit music multi-tracks for the animated motion picture on his laptop while engineer David Boucher worked separately on the score. “I needed a headphone amp with lots of power and the ability to send a separate mix to another monitor station,” Harp explains. “Duet was the ideal solution.”
There’s a handful of moments in life when we get to experience something so breathtaking and perfect that we’re reminded of how much of a blessing it is to be alive. Beck’s private concert/live taping at Apogee Studio was one of those moments.
Now in his third season as musical director and composer for Saturday Night Live, Eli Brueggemann has one of the wildest jobs in all of the music industry. A longtime Apogee user, Eli leans on products like Duet and MiC to capture pristine recordings of the SNL band and cast members while working on the fly.
Composer JohnnyRandom’s new single, “Bespoken”, is a gorgeous soundscape made entirely out of sounds drawn from parts of his bicycle… you won’t believe your ears.
On Thursday, March 20, The Tonight Show illustrated the creative potential of music creation on iPad. Host Jimmy Fallon and Grammy-Winning artist Billy Joel teamed up to record their live acapella performance of “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” using Apogee’s Quartet audio interface and Apple’s iPad. Using this setup, the two were able to effortlessly record, loop and layer studio-quality vocal melodies in realtime.