NAMM 2021 is officially here and Antelope Audio is announcing the rollout of its new interface, the Zen Go Synergy Core ($499). As the latest addition to be added to the Synergy Core lineup, the Zen Go is a USB-C powered desktop interface that is designed for portable use while still delivering elite-level sound.
This top-tier audio is achieved, thanks to Antelope Audio's class-leading AD/DA conversion, clocking technology and premium mic pres. The Zen Go features two discrete ultra-linear preamps with 65 dB of gain and switchable mic, line and Hi-Z modes. The interface is digitally expandable over S/PDIF and includes analog monitor outputs over RCA, a stereo output over TRS and two stereo headphone outputs with separate controls.
Let's not forget the collection of 37 Synergy Core effects that come with the interface. These plug-ins include preamps, EQs, compressors, guitar amps (more on that in a minute), reverb and more. With Antelope Audio's Synergy Core processing, music-makers can take advantage of these effects during recording and mixing with near-zero latency.
Just prior to NAMM's Believe In Music Week, Vintage King's Dustin McLaughlin got hands-on with the Zen Go and took to tracking guitars with Antelope's many amp and cabs sims. Watch below to hear the interface and effects used in tandem and continue on after for an interview with Antelope Audio's founder Igor Levin.