Antelope Audio has been extremely busy as of late. The company launched the succesful Edge and Verge modeling mic series and has followed that up with a reworking of many of its interfaces. At the 2019 NAMM Show, we were introduced to the third generation of the Orion 32+ and Orion 32 HD. Both of these interfaces have seen significant upgrades with new mastering-grade converters, an improved dynamic range, and spruced up faceplates.
With the recent release of these upgraded Orion interfaces, we wanted to hit the studio and use the Orion 32 HD to record and mix a song. This powerful tool offers 64 channels of audio via USB 3.0 or Avid’s MiniDigilink connectors, and provides access to Antelope’s FPGA effects platform. These plug-ins include a wide variety of classic emulations and impressive tools, including 35 EQs, compressors, reverbs, and more, for real-time effects processing.
In addition to quality interfaces, Antelope Audio is also known for its incredible atomic clock technology. The 10MX is the brand's current atomic clock and supports sampling rates up to 768 kHz. To take our recording and mixing session to the next level, we printed off a final version of the song that utilizes the clocking of the 10MX.
Watch our new demo below to hear and see how a track is recorded and mixed using the Antelope Audio Orion 32 HD. In addition to hearing the Antelope Audio interface and plug-ins in action, click here to download the track with and without the 10MX atomic clock and hear what a difference the unit can make.
If you want to order the Orion 32 HD and 10MX or have questions about any Antelope Audio gear, contact a Vintage King Audio Consultant via email or by phone at 866.644.0160. Want to trade your current audio interface towards a new Antelope Audio Orion HD interface? Click here to see our exclusive trade values.