Antelope Audio’s desktop Discrete 4 Thunderbolt & USB Interface with 4 Discrete Mic Preamps is aimed at solo musicians, smaller project studios and home recordists/producers. It features four console-grade six-transistor discrete microphone preamps; 121dB dynamic range conversion; and fourth-generation 64-bit AFC (Acoustically Focused Clocking) technology, together with Antelope’s Real-time FPGA FX.

Antelope Audio Discrete 4Antelope Audio uses its FPGA engine to model gear from BAE, Grove Hill, Graf Audio, Lang using its Accusonic preamps in real time. Although Discrete 4 was designed to work with any microphone, it is optimised for Antelope Audio’s new Edge and Verge modelling microphones.

Microphones, preamps, conversion, compressors, EQ and reverb are all accessible from within Discrete 4’s EasyPanel software or via any DAW using theAFX2DAW plug-in.

Discrete 4 comes complete with the fourth-generation 64-bit AFC technology found in its Isochrone Trinity master clock, OCX HD 768kHz HD master clock and Pure2, a mastering-grade 192kHz, 24-bit AD/DA two-channel converter and master clock. It supports up to four individual monitoring mixes and sends them to headphone or monitor outputs with (or without) FPGA FX.

Remote control covers all microphone input levels as well as full control over all talkback levels, monitoring, and headphone volumes via EasyPanel software or iOS and Android mobile apps.

More: www.antelopeaudio.com

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