Apogee Quartet for iPad & Mac (New)



The Ultimate Desktop Audio Interface and Studio Control for Mac and iPad

Apogee Quartet is the ultimate desktop audio interface and studio control center for professional recording on Mac and iPad. Made for the musician, producer and engineer that wants the ultimate sound quality and studio control in a compact desktop form factor, Quartet features legendary Apogee AD/DA conversion, 4 world-class microphone preamps, USB MIDI I/O, ESS Sabre32 DAC technology and monitor controls.

Apogee ONE, Duet, Quartet and Ensemble now include special offers on Waves plugins (available upon registration)

  • 35% off any Waves plugin bundles or 25% off individual plugin
  • $100 voucher* that can be used towards next Waves plugin purchase

With Quartet’s 4 Combo inputs you can connect microphones, guitars, keyboards or line level devices such as external mic preamps or a mixing board. Expand your system with 8 additional inputs via Quartets optical (ADAT/SMUX) digital IN. Quartet also includes 8 analog outputs – 6 1/4” balanced outputs for connection to speakers or outboard equipment and a separate, independently controlled 1/4” stereo headphone output. You can control up to 3 pairs of speakers or set Quartet up for 5.1 surround monitoring.

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    5 out of 5 Seasoned Music Producer.... I'm impressed!

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    Recently upgraded from my Duet 2, and let me say I am very happy with the results I am getting with the Quartet. To top it of it came with the WAVES Gold Bundle plug-ins that I use in Logic Pro X…. can’t go wrong with that! Although my Duet 2 had great D/A converts too, the quartet sounds even more ‘warm’ and ‘analog’ when it comes to tracking guitar and/or vocals. I just love how much head room the pre-amps gives me when it comes to compressing and mixing my audio files. As very as features and button/switches layouts I can say those are very easy to figure out. I have 2 sets of studio monitors connected on my outputs and I am able to switch back and forth between them when I am referencing mixes… or I can use all 4 monitors all at once. Apogee has great software that comes with it’s interfaces as well, leaving you total control as far as assigning input/outputs, adjusting levels, and assigning buttons A,B, and C for different tasks. Overall I’m very impressed… I’ve been producing and recording music for 10 years and this is the best interface I have owned. It has made my workflow so much better. Works perfect in my home studio.

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