Similar to the other interfaces of the Antelope Audio Synergy Core lineup, the Galaxy 32 features 64 bit Acoustically Focused Clocking technology and real-time processing powered by FPGA and DSP chips. Previously unavailable in a 32 channel offering, Antelope Audio’s Synergy Core technology is at the heart of the new Galaxy 32 with six DSP and two FPGA chips.
Also included in the new offering is a haul of 37 plug-ins from Antelope Audio’s library of Synergy Core effects. These highly detailed emulations of classic hardware gear, in addition to third-party collaborations like Antares Autotune, will benefit your tracking and mixing process. Included plug-ins like the VCA160, Gyraf Gyratec IX, BAE 1084 and more bring users high-quality emulations of iconic recording studio classics, all with imperceptible latency. In fact, Antelope Audio claims that 128 instances of Synergy Core plug-ins will load within a session, all without significant latency due to the onboard processing.
The Galaxy 32 also features some welcome additions including two word clock outputs, a second Dante redundancy port and the ability to operate the unit standalone without a computer. In short, the Antelope opens up worlds of flexibility for recording operations needing expansive I/O. Overall, the Galaxy 32 represents an even-more-refined addition to the Synergy Core lineup that has already established Antelope Audio as a serious player in the interface market.