During the NAMM Show 2017, Universal Audio announced that they would be releasing a new generation of the Apollo Twin interface. In its first incarnation, the extremely popular Apollo Twin gave music creators of all shapes and sizes access to Universal Audio's incredible plug-ins and processing power. Universal Audio promises even bigger things for the Apollo Twin MkII in 2017. Improving on the original Apollo Twin, the MkII version of the interface features completely redesigned A/D and D/A next-generation conversion, which offers users increased dynamic range and ultra-low THD. The Apollo Twin MkII also offers improved monitor functionality with options for Mute, DIM, Mono, and ALT speaker switching. These features also include monitor remote controls and a built-in talkback mic for easy communication with talent, or for recording slate cues. Similar to the first generation of the Apollo Twin, the interface features onboard UAD-2 SOLO, DUO, in addition to the all new QUAD Core processing. Additionally, the Apollo Twin features Universal Audio's signature Unison technology, which enables the interface's preamps match the impedance, gain stage “sweet spots,” and circuit behaviors of the many classic pieces of gear emulated by UA plug-ins. To learn more about what the Apollo Twin MkII is capable of doing and the new additions to the interface, check out our recent video from the NAMM Show 2017 and an introduction video from Universal Audio below.