The benefits of this interface can satisfy all levels of audio enthusiasts, from novices to professionals alike.
As an audio engineer having worked on various large-format consoles from the NeoTek Elite, to an SSL, I knew I couldn’t afford to purchase one for myself. So when I first received the Fast Track Pro I was skeptical about how I could get the same professional applications I was used to, out of something a fraction of the size and cost. My fears quickly subsided once I read the Quick Start guide and saw all the features and options that were available on the FTP.
The front panel alone features two selectable mic/instrument preamp inputs, selectable -20dB pad on each input, five knobs for various gain structuring, stereo/mono selector, an A/B selector, and a host of indicator lights – and this is just the front panel! The back of the interface includes many of the professional and consumer connections available including S/PDIF I/O, MIDI I/O, 1/4″ TRS Outputs, Inserts (1/4″ TRS), USB, and even four unbalanced RCAs. There is also a slider for switching 48-volt phantom power on and off. My gosh… the features just keep on coming! It even comes with software featuring virtual mixers, FX tools, as well as recording, composition, arranging, and remixing your music.
It certainly didn’t take me long to realize that the benefits of this interface can satisfy all levels of audio enthusiasts, from novices to professionals alike.