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Apogee Symphony Compatible with 2014 Apple Mac Pro

Apogee has announced that their flagship Symphony System (consisting of the Symphony 64 Thunderbridge and Symphony I/O) is fully compatible with the new Mac Pro from Apple. The Symphony System works with Core... Read more »

Winter NAMM 2014: Apogee MiC 96k

Ready for a studio-grade digital mic you can take anywhere? Featuring up to 96kHz, 24-bit analog-to-digital conversion, Apogee MiC 96k is a cardioid condenser that's ideal for vocals, acoustic guitar, piano, drums... Read more »

Winter NAMM 2014: Apogee JAM 96k

The original JAM was hugely successful. Now Apogee ups the ante with JAM 96k, letting you capture the warmth and richness of your guitar's tone with up to 24-bit/96kHz fidelity. Optimized for use with your iPhone... Read more »

Updated Mavericks Compatibility Information

With the exciting release of Apple's OS X 10.9 "Mavericks" operating system — and as is the case with any major OS update — there are questions about music/audio software and hardware compatibility... Read more »

Apogee Duet for iPad and Mac Demo – Sweetwater’s iOS Update, Vol. 56

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0sJEBhArko Get the Apogee Duet right here: https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/Duet2iOS/ Mitch Gallagher tries out the Apogee Duet audio interface for iPad and Mac computers... Read more »

Can the Apogee Quartet be Bus Powered by an iPad?

Q: Can I bus power my Apogee Quartet using my iPad? A: Sorry, the Quartet requires more power than an Apple iPad can provide. A power supply is necessary to run it.

Can I Use an Apogee Quartet with my iPad 4?

Q: I saw your iOS Update video on the Apogee Quartet with the iPad. Since it uses a 30-pin connector cable, does this mean I can't use it with my new iPad 4, which has the Lightning connector? A: You definitely can... Read more »

iOS Update – Vol 40, Apogee Quartet Audio Interface and “Free Guitar Videos” App

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jqW2FxhScPI Learn more about the Apogee Quartet right here: https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/Quartet/ Get Maestro, Free Guitar Videos, and other music-related apps right here:... Read more »

Can I use my Apogee Quartet With my iPad?

Q: I love my Apogee Quartet with my Mac, but I would like to be able to use it with my iPad. I saw that the new ones are compatible with iOS — what about my older one? A: Absolutely — all Apogee Quartet USB audio... Read more »

iOS Update: Apogee and Steinberg

Apogee Very exciting iOS news at Winter NAMM: Apogee has brought their popular audio interfaces to the iPad and iPhone! At the trade show, held in late January in Anaheim, California, the company unveiled... Read more »

Can I Connect a USB Interface to Pro Tools?

Q: I come from the old-school Pro Tools world, where you had to use Digidesign hardware to run the software. I understand that Pro Tools is now "open" and can use other manufacturers' hardware, but my friend told me... Read more »

NAMM News: Apogee Symphony 64 ThunderBridge

Also new from Apogee at the Winter NAMM show was the Symphony 64 ThunderBridge, which allows connection of Symphony I/O and X-Symphony-equipped Rosetta and X-series converter system to a Mac computer equipped with... Read more »

NAMM News: Apogee One, Duet, and Quartet

Apogee announced updated versions of their One, Duet, and Quartet audio interfaces at Winter NAMM 2013. All three interfaces now support direct digital connection to iOS devices such as iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch.

Winter NAMM 2013: Apogee Duet for iOS and Mac

Apogee's Duet for iPad and Mac lets you effortlessly capture brilliant recordings on your iPad. The slim design fits right on your desktop, and the iOS/USB connection makes it easy to connect to Macs and iOS... Read more »

Winter NAMM 2013: Apogee ONE for iPad and Mac

The Apogee ONE for iPad and Mac is the perfect way to turn your iOS device into a professional recording tool. This compact and ultra-portable interface lets you record audio to your iPad when you are on the go... Read more »

Hands On Review: Apogee Quartet

Apogee has long been known for making top-quality AD/DA converters and audio interfaces. Now they’ve unveiled a new interface, aimed squarely at those who need several simultaneous inputs, want to control multiple... Read more »

Apogee Quartet

Apogee has unveiled a new USB audio interface for Mac, the Quartet. As you might expect, the Quartet has four analog inputs, which can be used for line, instrument, or microphone sources. There are also eight... Read more »

iOS Update: Apogee MiC & WaveMachine Labs Auria

The further I venture into the world of iOS, the more I am amazed at what we, as musicians, engineers, composers, DJs, and songwriters can do with our iPhones, iPod touches, and iPads! This time around, I’ve got two... Read more »

Hands On Review: Apogee Symphony I/O

For maximum audio quality with a computer-based audio system, you’ve got to get the sound into and out of the digital domain with maximum precision. And that’s something that Apogee Digital knows a lot about —... Read more »

MiC Cable Length?

Q: I love my Apogee MiC, but the iOS (dock connector for the iPad) cable that came with it is really short. Can I get a longer one? A: When the Apogee MiC Accessories Kit becomes available, it is slated to have USB... Read more »

USB Good Enough for Pro Audio Work?

We often hear professionals question whether USB is robust enough for serious multi-channel audio work. With the current generation of high-end USB interfaces, we definitely feel it is. For example we used an Apogee... Read more »

Apogee & Windows Compatability

Q: I have an Apogee interface that I use with my Mac, but I want to do some work in a friend's studio who uses Windows. Is there any way to use my Apogees with Windows? A: All Apogee Firewire and USB interfaces... Read more »

Dual Symphony Phone Mixes

Q: Can you send different mixes to the two headphone outputs on the Apogee Symphony I/O? A: Yes, the two headphone outputs on the front of the Symphony are completely independent. You can send different mixes to... Read more »

Apogee One and Maestro?

Q: Do I have to run the Maestro software with Apogee's One audio interface, or can it work directly with my DAW? A: Either way. You can use One with Maestro for low-latency monitoring and software control over all... Read more »