PreSonus Studio 18/10 USB Audio Interface
PreSonus Studio 18/10 USB Audio Interface, 24-bit 192 kHz, MIDI I/O, XMAX Mic Pres, S/PDIF Coaxial
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Studio 18|10: The versatile recording and performance solution
Almost everyone at PreSonus is a musician, and many of us are DJs and electronic musicians. So we understand the need for a high-quality interface with the best sounding preamps available and top quality digital converters. We need cue mix monitoring for live DJ gigs as well as in the studio. We need direct line inputs for our external synths, and we need expandability because we can't resist adding more synths to our collection. That's why we created the Studio 1810. With 18 flexible inputs, 8 outputs, cue mix monitoring on the first of two headphone outputs, and an onboard DSP monitor mixer that's integrated into both Studio One® Artist and UC Surface, the Studio 1810 delivers superior audio and the features electronic music producers and DJs need.
High-grade digital converters, ultra-low-jitter clocking, and our famous XMAX preamps add up to a superior recording and listening experience. The Studio 1810 operates at up to 192 kHz for ultra-high-definition mixing and recording. High-quality converters on every input and output provide 115 dB of dynamic range to capture complex musical harmonics smoothly and naturally with no audible distortion. XMAX Class A microphone preamps deliver incredibly high headroom, deep lows, smooth highs, and a rich overall sound so you'll hear every breath, transient, and detail in your recordings, making it ideal for both vocal production and sampling.
All The Inputs You Need, When You Need Them
In addition to XMAX mic preamps, the first two Studio 1810 inputs provide instrument preamps so you can directly connect guitars and basses without a D.I. box. All four combo connections feature line level inputs with 40 dB of gain for low-level line devices, like that TR-808 you snagged off Craigslist. Four direct-to-ADC balanced line inputs are ideal for connecting synthesizers, outboard preamps, and channel strips. And the Studio 1810 is equipped with eight channels of ADAT Optical input (four channels at 96 kHz), enabling you to expand your inputs with an 8-channel converter like our premium-quality DigiMax DP88, so your recording system can grow along with your synth collection.
In The Studio and On The Gig
The first of two high-powered headphone outputs features Cue Mix A/B so you can choose between two mixes with a button press, providing the flexibility you need for live DJ performances and studio collaboration. In addition to L/R main outputs with front-panel Mute and level controls, you get four balanced line outputs for monitor mixing plus stereo S/PDIF digital I/O. All line-level outputs are DC coupled, enabling them to send control voltages. An 18x6 monitor mixer lets you create three stereo near-zero-latency monitor mixes. Studio 1810's MIDI I/O enables connection to a keyboard, sound module, or control surface, as well, making this versatile interface the heart of your studio.
World-class Recording Software Included
The Studio 1810 interface works with virtually all Mac and Windows audio-recording software but it really shines when used with the included PreSonus Studio One® Artist DAW. Built by creative people for creative music production, Studio One is easy to learn and enables you to compose, record, and produce your masterpiece without getting distracted by the tools. The mix controls for the Studio 1810's onboard monitor mixer are seamlessly integrated into Studio One. Using Studio One's unique Z-Mix feature, you can create near zero-latency monitor mixes without leaving your recording environment. You also can remote-control monitor mixes using free PreSonus UC Surface touch-control software for Mac®, Windows®, iPad®, and Android™.
The Flexible Production Tool
With cue mix headphone monitoring, onboard monitor mixing, sweet-sounding preamps, abundant line inputs, and up to 192 kHz sample rate, the Studio 1810 will give you the ultra-high-def sound and versatile connectivity you need to make state-of-the-art recordings and perform live. An excellent companion for any recording software, the Studio 1810's integration with Studio One Artist and remote control with UC Surface provide a complete and thoroughly professional recording solution. Check out the Studio 1810 at your favorite PreSonus dealer.
Now Includes Studio Magic Plug-in Suite
This suite of plug-ins adds a wealth of fresh sounds and effects to Studio One. Cherry-picked from the first names in virtual instruments and effects, each plug-in brings a different flavor of practical magic to your songs. These plug-ins aren't gimmicky one-trick ponies - these are real-deal workhorses that you'll rely on for countless mixes.
• Simultaneous I/O up to 18 inputs/8 outputs (8x6 at 192 kHz)
• 2 mic/instrument/line inputs with XMAX Class A mic preamps
• 2 mic/line inputs with XMAX Class A mic preamps
• 4 balanced ¼” TRS direct-to-ADC line inputs
• 8 channels of ADAT Optical input (4 channels at 96 kHz)
• 2 balanced ¼” TRS main outputs - DC coupled for sending control voltages
• 4 balanced ¼” TRS line outputs for monitor mixing - DC coupled for sending control voltages
• 2 stereo headphone outputs with the same mix or independent mixes
• MIDI In/Out
• Stereo S/PDIF digital I/O
• 1 USB 2.0 port
• Studio One® Artist for Mac® and Windows®
• UC Surface control software for Mac, Windows, iPad®, and Android™
Meters, Controls, and Features
• 18x6 onboard DSP monitor mixer
• Studio One Artist®
• Front-panel mute and level controls for main outputs
• True +48V phantom power for condenser microphones (global)
• 6 ladder-style 8-LED level meters (4 input, 2 main output)
• 24-bit resolution
• 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4 and 192 kHz sampling rates
• Road-rugged construction with all-metal chassis and metal knobs
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