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ASP008 offers 8 channels of Audient’s premium mic pres packaged in a convenient 1U rack with digital output option for AES/ADAT. This provides the perfect upgrade for any user looking to step up to a world class quality of recording. Audient’s mic pres and A/D converters will bypass the mic pres and converters in your multi channel interface and bring warmth, clarity and punch to everything you record. Don’t take our word for it, get down to your local dealer and ask for a demo. For a quick test, plug a bass guitar into the DI input and check out the solid bottom end, then plug in a decent mic, try out some quick vocals and listen to the dynamic subtleties you can capture with the ASP008 plus the amazing crispness of the top end. There is a fantastic smoothness to s and f sounds recorded through ASP008 and they are distinctly different from each other. Many traditional designs suffer from a blurring between s and f sounds making vocals much less present and distinct.

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...console my rig. The initial concerns regarding getting signal into my rig from his console were allayed as my ASP008 allowed for DB25 line inputs, rather than the combo xlr/jack which other brands use. Rolled in and set up with the band the next day and the integration worked seamlessly. Well worth the effort and...

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Messe 2015: Audient announces the ASP800

Righto, last post of the day!! Hi Metrik! Thanks for the attention to detail!!! ;-) Let me re-cap this, take it as designers notes if you will. Personally I've not found any issue with the 60dB of gain available on iD22, ASP880 and the consoles for tracking with ribbon mics & low output dynamics! In fact you can hear...

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How many channels of preamplification do you have?

Nice. & It really is. I’ve spend many, many off days devoting hours upon hours trying out different combos of mics>pres to see what “sounds best” to me. Try explain that to a friend who’s not into audio like we are...

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