Universal Audio Apollo Expanded: Pairing The Apollo X and Apollo Twin

The connectivity options for the Universal Audio Apollo has always been one of the interface's greatest features. By combining multiple Apollos together, you can expand your processing power and feature set to make your workflow faster than ever before.

When specifically pairing a Universal Audio Apollo X interface with an Apollo Twin, there are some really handy features you can deploy for both recording and mixing. In this configuration, your Apollo Twin instantly becomes a monitor controller for up to three pairs of monitors and can be used as a talk-balk mic controller during your session. Not to mention, the Apollo Twin will also expand the processing power of your Apollo X rig.

Watch our new video below, Apollo Expanded: Pairing The Apollo X and Apollo Twin, to learn how to utilize the two interfaces together in a way that unlocks a completely new workflow. If you have any further questions about how to pair Universal Audio interfaces together, contact a Vintage King Audio Consultant via email or by phone at 888.653.1184

Through December 31st, Universal Audio is offering free plug-ins with the purchase of an Apollo Twin or Arrow interface. The plug-ins you receive depends on the model you purchase, but the song recorded and mixed for this Apollo Expanded video uses all of the plug-ins featured in the promo, including the Neve 1073 Preamp & EQ Collection, Oxide Tape Recorder, Fender ’55 Tweed Deluxe, Lexicon 224 Digital Reverb, Galaxy Tape Echo.   

 

 

← Previous Post Next Post →

Leave a Reply