Antelope Audio Expands Synergy Core Lineup With Galaxy 32 Interface
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.