Audient Unveils New Easy-to-Use EVO Audio Interfaces | NAMM 2020

In this streaming-heavy age, the number of gamers, YouTubers, podcasters, and home recordists is continually on the rise year over year. And with this massive increase in the streaming scene comes an increasing need for simple, easy-to-use recording gear solutions that can rival the pro stuff in quality but not in complication (nor, ideally, in price).

Joining the likes of IK Multimedia's iRig is a new audio interface called the EVO from Audient, which promises to do just that: rivals the pros without the headaches. The core promise of this new, exceedingly slim interface is an intuitive user experience complete with helpful application-specific features like Smartgain, which automatically sets the gain level when the user starts playing or singing.

Audient EVO

The savvy can still manually dial in their gain if they so choose, but as Audient's Marketing Director Andy Allen explains, "We believe technology shouldn't get in the way of the creative process; it should enhance it and be accessible to all, no matter what their skill-level or art-form and EVO is here to help make great-sounding recordings as easy and effortless as possible."

Additionally, the EVO features all-new mic preamps with 58dB gain ranges, excellent converters featuring a 113dB dynamic range alongside a JFET D.I., speaker/headphone outputs, ultra-low latency, monitor mix, loopback functionality, and "smart" features like Smartgain and Smart Touchpoints.

The EVO is set to start shipping early this quarter (though the exact date is still TBD) at a street price of $129 USD. Click the blue button above to follow the product for information on when it's released, and click the orange banner below to follow along with more of our coverage of the NAMM convention in Anaheim.

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