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Cymatic Audio introduces the uTrack-X32 Live Recorder and Player
Engineered in Switzerland and manufactured in Germany, the uTrack-X32 is an all-new expansion card from Cymatic Audio that opens up a host of additional features for the X32 and M32 series of world-class digital mixing consoles.
Built on the same technology that has made the uTrack24 the go-to recorder/player for audio engineers around the globe, the uTrack-X32 is the world’s first 32-channel recorder/player expansion card for the X32 and M32 family of consoles.
The uTrack-X32 fits snugly into the X32 or M32 expansion card slot, operates completely independently and does not interfere with the console’s mixing operations.
The uTrack-X32 can digitally record 32 channels direct from the console, without the need for additional hardware or computers, so there is no need to setup, wire, make new sessions, arm tracks or verify input levels.
The uTrack-X32 allows for virtual sound checks, which means no more waiting for musicians or having to loop certain passages on the fly, thus giving ample time to rehearse and fine-tune the mix. And, as an extra level of convenience, the uTrack-X32 can be controlled from an IOS or Android device, as well as from the M32 or X32 console, without giving up any of the console’s ability to act as a 32x32 USB interface.
- Allows for 32 channel recording directly from a console, no computer or tablet needed
- Simple ‘Push and Go’ user interface to record
- 32-channel player, remotely controlled with uRemote software (Android, iPhone/iPad, Windows or OS X compatible)
- 32-input, 32-output USB computer audio interface for Windows, OS X and iOS
- 32-Channel Recorder/Player
- Optimised user interface for instant recorder operation during live performances
- Ethernet network interface for easy integration into existing network environments
- Free uRemote applications for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android
- Free uTool software application for Windows and Mac
The uTrack-X32 is available from Mid. September 2015.
15th September 2015
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