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Introducing two new audio interfaces: the 624 and 8A

MOTU is now shipping the 624 and 8A, two portable audio interfaces with Thunderbolt and USB3 connectivity for Mac and Windows. As their names imply, the 624 and 8A are half-rack counterparts to MOTU's award-winning, flagship 1248 and 16A interfaces. But make no mistake, these two compact versions pack serious punch when it comes to superb analog audio quality and advanced features.

  • Published: 2016-12-06 12:00:00

Introducing the UltraLite-mk4

Just when you thought it couldn't get any better, MOTU's award-winning UltraLite audio interface lineup has a new family member: the all-new UltraLite-mk4, with 18 inputs and 22 outputs for a total of 40 simultaneous I/O channels. With exceptional analog audio quality, DSP mixing, wireless control and new optimized low-latency drivers, the UltraLite-mk4 is sure to become another MOTU classic.

  • Published: 2016-09-27 11:50:00

MOTU and OS X Sierra

Apple released OS X® Sierra (version 10.12) today. MOTU has worked with Apple to ensure current MOTU products are compatible with OS X Sierra, and to provide a smooth transition for your MOTU products when you upgrade to OS X Sierra.

  • Published: 2016-09-20 16:52:09

Digital Performer 9.1 is now shipping

Summer is sizzling and so is Digital Performer 9.1, now shipping as a free update for all DP9 owners. If you don't own DP yet, you can run the free download as a 30-day trial version. The 9.1 release introduces two new plug-ins, significant performance optimizations and dozens of workflow enhancements.

  • Published: 2016-07-29 21:31:58

On tour with Digital Performer

Greg Rule is a former Keyboard magazine editor who transitioned to a career on the road ten years ago. Over the past decade, he has toured with the Eagles, Michael Jackson (Cirque du Soleil), Van Halen and others. He’s currently on tour with Foreigner. Through it all, Greg has relied on Digital Performer and MOTU hardware, day in and day out, in a high-pressure backstage world where his backline computer rig connects intimately with the artists and band members on stage, where failure is simply not an option, and where sheer panic is never more than a split second away. In his own words below, Greg shares how his MOTU gear has helped him achieve success over ten years of live touring.

  • Published: 2016-06-21 17:47:45