Dubspot has teamed up with Apogee Electronics, an award-winning manufacturer of digital audio interfaces and audio converter for recording music, to offer a chance to win the all new Apogee ONE audio interface for iPad & Mac.
Dubspot has teamed up with Apogee Electronics, an award-winning manufacturer of digital audio interfaces and audio converter for recording music, to offer a chance to win the all new Apogee ONE audio interface.
Enter for a chance to win the world’s first studio quality USB audio interface and DAC with built-in condenser microphone for recording on iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and Mac.
Meet the Apogee ONE
The all new Apogee ONE is the first studio quality microphone and USB audio interface for iPad and Mac. ONE is designed for easily creating professional and amazing sounding recordings on your iPod touch, iPhone, iPad or Mac. Using Apogee’s premium AD/DA conversion, ONE produces pristine music, podcast, and voice-over recordings while also delivering audiophile quality sound to your headphones.
Legendary Apogee sound quality
Get the world-renowned quality of Apogee’s mic preamps, AD/DA converters, and clocking in a portable, affordable form factor. ONE is built with carefully selected components and a highly efficient circuit design to deliver a level of audio quality you really can hear.
ONE is an audio interface
The breakout cable lets you connect a microphone to the XLR input and an electric guitar, bass, or acoustic guitar with pickup to the 1/4-inc instrument input. With up to two simultaneous channels of recording (instrument + built-in or external mic) and Apogee’s premium A/D conversion and mic preamp technology, you can make professional recordings anywhere with ONE.
A new listening experience
ONE’s stereo output delivers audiophile quality sound from iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, or Mac to your headphones or speakers. Premium D/A conversion ensures that you’ll hear every subtle detail of your music, so you can create better mixes and enjoy your iTunes library even more.
DC power charges iPad
Adequate power is essential for excellent sound quality. Thanks to a direct digital connection and an external power source, ONE can charge your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch while you record so you can work without interruption.
- Two-channel interface featuring built-in microphone, balanced XLR microphone input, or unbalanced instrument input
- Connect guitar, bass, or any kind of mic
- Studio-quality built-in omnidirectional condenser microphone
- Line-level, 1/8-inch stereo output for headphones or unbalanced powered monitors
- Record up to two inputs at a time (instrument + built-in microphone or external microphone)
- Selectable 48V phantom power
- Low latency monitoring, complete input-output control with Apogee’s Maestro software (iOS and Mac)
- DC power supplies charge to iPod touch, iPhone, or iPad
- Optional battery operation for remote recording on iPad (Two AA batteries not included)
- USB 2.0 audio with 24-bit/96kHz A/D and D/A conversion
- Die-cast aluminum body
- Works with any Core Audio compatible app on iOS or Mac, including GarageBand, Logic, Final Cut, Ableton Live, and Pro Tools
- Designed in California—Made in the USA
Apogee ONE for iPad & Mac
List price/value: $349
The Apogee Story
Apogee initially made its name with special anti-aliasing filters that solved many of the early problems associated with digital audio. Later, Apogee’s complete conversion systems pushed the envelope of digital audio quality and established Apogee as a key innovator in the field of professional digital audio. Today, Apogee converters and audio interfaces are regarded as the reference standard in the audio industry.
Now with its latest products JAM and MiC, designed especially for Apple’s iPad, iPhone and GarageBand software, Apogee continues to be at the forefront of recording technology. Apogee’s mission is to build products that offer ultimate sound quality, innovative design and unparalleled value to all music creators from the aspiring artist to the discerning audio professional.
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