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Apogee Duet 2 Breakout Box

Tired of cable mess with your Apogee Duet 2? Then you need the new Apogee Duet 2 Breakout Box! This convenient, solidly built aluminum breakout box features studio-quality connectors — XLR and 1/4-inch —... Read more »

Winter NAMM 2012: Apogee Duet Breakout Box

Make your Apogee Duet 2 more efficient with the much-anticipated Duet Breakout Box. This solidly built, aluminum breakout box features studio-quality inputs and outputs. Dual XLR and 1/4" instrument inputs give you... Read more »

Winter NAMM 2012: Apogee MiC

Apogee aims to raise the standard for USB microphones with the MiC. Made for iPad, iPhone, and your Mac computer, MiC is intended to be your "anywhere, anytime" condenser microphone. Apogee's MiC features a solid... Read more »

Apogee Mic

If you're looking for a super-convenient microphone for quickly recording to your Mac, iPad, or iPhone — and you want to get the best possible sound quality, then you're looking for the Apogee Mic! This... Read more »

Apogee Duet 2

Apogee's Duet audio interface was a huge hit, and now they've kicked it up to Duet 2! The latest Duet is a 2-in/4-out USB 2.0 audio interface for Mac computers. It includes a breakout cable with two combi XLR/TRS... Read more »

UAD-2 Satellite and Apogee Duet

Q: Can I use the Universal Audio UAD-2 Satellite with an Apogee Duet interface? A: The UAD-2 Satellite does not supply bus power, so in order to use an Apogee Duet with it, you'll need a Firewire repeater or a... Read more »

Winter NAMM 2011: Apogee Symphony I/O

Apogee has just relesed two new modules for its flagship interface, Symphony I/O. The modules are 16 Analog IN + 16 AES Out and 16 Analog OUT + 16 AES In. Apogee decided to create this new module offering based on... Read more »

NEWS: Apogee Composes New Symphony

Apogee has announced a new, highly flexible audio interface, the Symphony I/O, which can be used with Logic, Pro Tools LE, Pro Tools|HD, and any Core Audio-compatible DAW - no drivers necessary. The I/O... Read more »

Apogee Composes New Symphony

Apogee has announced a new, highly flexible audio interface, Symphony I/O, which can be used with Logic, Pro Tools LE, Pro Tools HD, and any CoreAudio-compatible DAWs — no drivers necessary. The I/O... Read more »

Apogee Big Ben Review

Being a self labeled gearhead, it's not uncommon for me to add new pieces of gear to my collection every month or week depending on my current "need." After acquiring many different digital pieces in my arsenal I... Read more »

127th AES Convention: Apogee One

ONE packs Apogee's legendary sound quality into an astonishingly affordable (and compact!) audio interface for Mac-based audio production. You can either use the built-in microphone to capture your ideas or plug an... Read more »

Apogee Ensemble Review

I looked at the Ensemble the same way I looked at Apple's Mighty Mouse. It looked cool, but had few "normal" features. The front panel only had two knobs and a power button. But, just like my first experience with... Read more »

Snow Leopard Goes Mobile

Apogee has announced Snow Leopard compatibility for their Symphony Mobile. The new software also includes SBus compatibility and makes a single version of Maestro compatible with all Apogee products.

Snow Leopard Compatibility

With the release of Apple's Mac OS X version 10.6 (Snow Leopard), compatibility and update reports have started coming in: Antares has released new versions of all their products that are Snow Leopard compatible... Read more »

GiO for Me-O

Yesterday we dropped a hint in our coverage of Logic Studio 9 about a brand-new audio interface for guitar players from Apogee. Today, let's dig a little deeper! GiO is a USB-based audio interface for Macintosh... Read more »

One Interface To Rule Them All…

Apogee has announced ONE, a pocket-sized USB-powered audio interface for the Mac. ONE has an XLR mic input with phantom power, an unbalanced 1/4" instrument input (the inputs are on a breakout cable), and 1/8"... Read more »

Ensemble Rebate

If you purchase an Apogee Ensemble together with an Apple Mac, Logic Studio, or Logic Express during May, 2009, you'll qualify for a $200 instant rebate. Time is running out on this great deal, don't miss out!

Apogee and Mac Pro

Apogee has announced that their products have been tested and approved for use with the latest Intel Xeon "Nehalem" Apple Mac Pro computers. The products the company has verified include: Symphony 64 Symphony 32... Read more »

Updates and Upgrades

Spectrasonics has updated Stylus RMX to version 1.7. The new version is a free update for registered users. This is a major upgrade adding "Time Designer," which intelligently transforms RMX audio loops into any... Read more »

Apogee Discontinues Windows Development

Apogee Electronics have announced that they will be limiting their future development efforts to the Apple Macintosh platform, and will no longer develop products for the Windows platform. Note that this does not... Read more »

A Duet with GarageBand

Apogee has announced that their Duet FireWire audio interface is now compatible with Apple's GarageBand 5.0, which is included in iLive '09.

Apogee and PT8

Our friends at Apogee have let us know that all X-HD converters, including the AD-16X, DA-16X, Rosetta 800, and Rosetta 200, have been approved for use with Pro Tools HD 8 hardware and software running on Mac OS X... Read more »

Updates and Upgrades

Cakewalk has announced that it has updated its popular SONAR Home Studio 7 and Home Studio 7 XL software to version 7.0.1. This update enhances performance and usability across the entire application. Just some of... Read more »

Limited-time Offer: Free Cables with Apogee Converter Purchase

Here's a cool deal you can't pass up! All customers that purchase an Apogee Rosetta 800, AD-16X, or DA-16X between November 1 and December 31, 2008, are eligible to receive all the required Apogee interface cables... Read more »