Native Instruments have a longstanding reputation for crafting industry leading sample libraries, soft synths and production environments. Now they’ve expanded their hardware range with the Komplete Audio 6 interface.
Famous for their in the box products, Native Instruments is further expanding into their hardware range. Meet their new audio interface, the Komplete Audio 6.
With a focus on connectivity and portability, the interface makes collaboration easy for the stage and the studio. It boasts six inputs, with combi-XLR inputs on the front that can accept microphone cables and jack plugs from guitars.
The six outputs include two headphones jacks, good for silent recording sessions with a partner and two sets of stereo analog outputs, for two sets of monitors for example.
You can interface MIDI controllers with synths and drum machines via the 5-pin MIDI input and output and connect to your computer via the USB 2.0 output.
For more details, visit the Native Instruments website.
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