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PreSonus Ships Studio 192 Audio Interface, Studio Command Center

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The PreSonus Studio 192 Audio Interface and Studio Command Center ($899.95 street price) is now available. The new 26x32 interface records at up to 192 kHz and combines eight digitally controlled XMAX Class-A, solid-state mic preamps and premium Burr-Brown converters with 118 dB of dynamic range.

The Studio 192 offers with two front panel mic/instrument inputs and six rear panel mic/line inputs; 16-channel ADAT Optical In and Out (8 channels at 88.1 or 96 kHz); coaxial, stereo S/PDIF I/O; and BNC word-clock I/O. It has eight balanced TRS outputs, balanced stereo Main outputs, and two headphone amplifiers with independent outputs and level controls. All A/D/A conversion is at 192 kHz.

Studio One Version 3.1 is being released concurrently with the Studio 192 and is now available. The new version adds preamp and Fat Channel control for the Studio 192 and other new  integration features, enhancements, and fixes. As with past PreSonus incremental updates, V.3.1 is free to registered Studio One 3 users.

The Studio 192 can be expanded with PreSonus’ new DigiMax DP88 8-channel A/D/A converter with remote-controllable preamps, and provides a completely integrated hardware and software solution for personal and professional studios.

The Studio 192 is designed to act as a studio’s command center, managing speaker switching and talkback, with onboard condenser microphone, and featuring main mix Mute, Mono, and Dim.

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In addition to advanced monitor mixing, it has StudioLive Fat Channel signal processing on every analog input and the first eight ADAT channels.

PreSonus’ UC Surface touch-ready control software for Mac, Windows and iPad is included for easy management of all Studio 192 functions. Users of PreSonus' Studio One DAW will find full preamp control and zero-latency monitor-mix functions integrated into their recording environment. PreSonus’ exclusive hybrid Fat Channel plug-in runs on the Studio 192’s DSP and in Studio One on a computer, allowing users to record and monitor with zero-latency using Studio 192-based Fat Channel EQ and dynamics processing and seamlessly switch to Studio One’s Fat Channel for playback with no audible change.

Introduced in StudioLive RM Series rack-mount digital mixers, PreSonus’ remote-controllable XMAX solid-state preamps can be controlled from the Studio 192 front panel, UC Surface, and Studio One. MIDI control is also available for third-party DAWs.

Find more information at www.presonus.com/products/Studio-192.