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MOTU’s Traveler audio interface has been a favorite of mobile producers since it was originally released several years ago.
So much so that it’s won an award or two.
With the release of the Traveler-Mk3, they’ve added a slew of improvements and amenities that continue to set it apart from the pack.
With eight channels of up to192kHz analog recording and playback – combined with twenty channels of digital I/O in ADAT optical, AES/EBU and S/PDIF formats – the Mk3 is definitely one of the most full-featured FireWire boxes available.
Here’s the rundown of new features in the Traveler Mk3:
- More inputs and outputs
- Latest-generation converters and preamps
- True hi-impedance guitar inputs
- V-Limit and Soft Clip overload protection
- Digital Precision Trim
- CueMix FX
- Leveler, an accurate model of the legendary Teletronix LA-2A
- Advanced audio signal analysis
- Flexible optical I/O
- Expanded front-panel control
- New MIDI Time Code support
- Support for the MOTU 8pre mic input expander
- Included AudioDesk 3 workstation software (a major upgrade)
- Powered by computer — no additional power supply necessary
- Optional battery power — standard field battery pack (sold separately)
- Individual 48V phantom power on each mic input
Looks like MOTU has another winner on their hands.
The Traveler-mk3 is expected to ship Q1 of 2009 at the same price as the original award-winning Traveler.
If you can’t wait until the Traveler-Mk3 comes out, check out the most current version , which is available now.
Are you using a MOTU Traveler? What are your thoughts on this unit?
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