Universal Audio Announces Apollo Twin MKII

Pro-audio heavyweights Universal Audio have come out of the corner swinging at this year’s NAMM with the announcement of a new generation of Apollo Twin Thunderbolt interfaces.

Apollo Twin MKI

Apollo Twin MKII

Sporting the same intuitive interface as its predecessors, this new iteration comes armed to the teeth with a combination of newly designed software and components. Capable of recording at near-zero latency, the new Apollo Twin will be available in UAD-2 SOLO, DUO, or QUAD Core processing formats to handle recording applications from acoustic and vocals to an armada of tracks with near-instantaneous response.

In addition to the coveted Apollo D/A and A/D conversion employed by scores of professional producers, the second generation comes primed with an included package of UAD plug-ins like the Teletronix 1176 and Pultec EQs to cram an authentic analog studio experience into your bedroom.

On the preamp side, the new Apollo Twin supercharges the two onboard Unison-capable mic preamps with emulations of studio monoliths like Neve, API, and Manley for mythical sound on tap.

With the announcement of this new line, the first-gen Apollo Twins are virtually guaranteed to take a dip in price, so check some out below to score yourself a deal.

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