Tom Lord-Alge – Grammy Winning Mixer

“The 2×6 SE inspires me on a daily basis, knowing that what is coming out of my console is getting to the listener EXACTLY the way it sounds at my studio!”

Rick Baker

Rick Baker uses the Apogee Sennheiser AMBEO Smart Headset to record in his Frankenstein laboratory


Buy Apogee Ensemble Thunderbolt or Element 88, Get Apogee Control hardware remote for FREE

For a limited time, (April 17 – June 30) when you buy an Ensemble Thunderbolt or Element 88 at an authorized Apogee dealer you get Apogee Control for FREE.

NAB Show 2018 – Las Vegas

Apogee at NAB – Las Vegas

Win Tickets to see Moby at Apogee’s Studio

On Monday, March 26, Moby will be performing in front of a small, invite-only audience at the Apogee Studio in Santa Monica, California for KCRW’s Apogee Sessions. Enter to win two free tickets!

Apogee Previews New DualPath FX Rack Plugins at NAMM Show

Designed specifically for Ensemble Thunderbolt and Element Series audio interfaces, DualPath FX rack provides dynamics and EQ plugin processing that runs both natively in your DAW and on hardware-based DSP in your Apogee interface.

Apogee Introduces New Special Edition 2×6 I/O Module for Symphony I/O Mk II

Apogee Electronics is pleased to announce the new 2×6 Special Edition AD/DA module for their flagship Symphony I/O Mk II. Designed specifically for mastering engineers, whose critical work demands ultimate sonic performance, Symphony I/O Mk II 2×6 SE offers the highest quality AD/DA conversion of any Apogee converter ever.

Letters from Kibera

I met twenty-one-year-old Zitah Jimoi a few years ago while working in Kenya, right before I began to work for Apogee’s philanthropic arm. Zitah was nineteen at the time. I met her while visiting a few NGOs in Kibera, the most populated informal settlement in East Africa. Zitah had just been awarded the title of “Miss Kibera,” an honor she received after giving a speech about what she believes can be done within Kibera to address some of the community’s most pressing needs. The slums of Kibera, just five kilometers southwest of the City Center, Nairobi, are home to more than one fourth of Nairobi’s population, over one million people.