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Presonus Audio Interface, Black (STUDIO 192 MOB)
Presonus Audio Interface, Black (STUDIO 192 MOB)
Presonus Audio Interface, Black (STUDIO 192 MOB)
Presonus Audio Interface, Black (STUDIO 192 MOB)
Presonus Audio Interface, Black (STUDIO 192 MOB)
Presonus Audio Interface, Black (STUDIO 192 MOB)
Presonus Audio Interface, Black (STUDIO 192 MOB)

Presonus Audio Interface, Black (STUDIO 192 MOB)

Presonus Audio Interface, Black (STUDIO 192 MOB)
Presonus Audio Interface, Black (STUDIO 192 MOB)
Presonus Audio Interface, Black (STUDIO 192 MOB)
Presonus Audio Interface, Black (STUDIO 192 MOB)
Presonus Audio Interface, Black (STUDIO 192 MOB)
Presonus Audio Interface, Black (STUDIO 192 MOB)
Presonus Audio Interface, Black (STUDIO 192 MOB)
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Features

  • 22x26 (8x14 at 192 kHz), USB 3.0 audio interface and studio command center. Frequency response (A-D): 10 Hz to 40 kHz, ±0.2 dB
  • Flawless analog signal path with up to 24-bit, 192 kHz operation and Burr-Brown converters with 118 dB dynamic range
  • 2 mic/instrument inputs with remote controllable XMAX mic preamps, 2 balanced line level inputs, and 18 channels of digital I/O
  • Low-latency Studio Live Fat Channel processing on every analog input plus the first eight ADAT input channels
  • Complete low-latency monitor mix, preamp control, and control room integration with Studio One, Studio One Remote, and UC Surface: Studio One 3 Artist DAW and UC Surface control software included via download.
  • Studio One Artist Included
  • Studio Magic plug-in bundle included

Description

Studio 192 Mobile is an ultra-low-latency USB 3.0 audio interface and studio command center. It offers 22 x 26 I/O and pristine audio quality up to 192 kHz with 2 digitally controlled XMAX Class A mic preamps and flexible connectivity options, including ADAT Optical I/O that lets you expand the system with a PreSonus DigiMax DP88 8-channel A/D/A converter/preamp. Tight integration with included Studio One DAW and the companion Studio One Remote app for iPad provides remote control over microphone preamp and zero-latency monitor mixing from your recording environment. Studio Ones exclusive hybrid Fat Channel plug-in runs on your computers processor and on the Studio 192 Mobile DSP, seamlessly switching between playback and recording. Zero-latency monitoring with effects is also available from included UC Surface control software for third-party DAW users. Also Included is the Studio Magic plug-in bundle.


Item Weight 5 pounds


Product Dimensions 7 x 12.5 x 1.8 inches


Shipping Weight 5.55 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Shipping Advisory This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.


ASIN B01AWABBLO


Item model number STUDIO 192 MOB


Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 42 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #73,165 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments) #531 in Computer Recording Audio Interfaces


Date first listed on Amazon March 31, 2016


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Features

  • 22x26 (8x14 at 192 kHz), USB 3.0 audio interface and studio command center. Frequency response (A-D): 10 Hz to 40 kHz, ±0.2 dB
  • Flawless analog signal path with up to 24-bit, 192 kHz operation and Burr-Brown converters with 118 dB dynamic range
  • 2 mic/instrument inputs with remote controllable XMAX mic preamps, 2 balanced line level inputs, and 18 channels of digital I/O
  • Low-latency Studio Live Fat Channel processing on every analog input plus the first eight ADAT input channels
  • Complete low-latency monitor mix, preamp control, and control room integration with Studio One, Studio One Remote, and UC Surface: Studio One 3 Artist DAW and UC Surface control software included via download.
  • Studio One Artist Included
  • Studio Magic plug-in bundle included

Description

Studio 192 Mobile is an ultra-low-latency USB 3.0 audio interface and studio command center. It offers 22 x 26 I/O and pristine audio quality up to 192 kHz with 2 digitally controlled XMAX Class A mic preamps and flexible connectivity options, including ADAT Optical I/O that lets you expand the system with a PreSonus DigiMax DP88 8-channel A/D/A converter/preamp. Tight integration with included Studio One DAW and the companion Studio One Remote app for iPad provides remote control over microphone preamp and zero-latency monitor mixing from your recording environment. Studio Ones exclusive hybrid Fat Channel plug-in runs on your computers processor and on the Studio 192 Mobile DSP, seamlessly switching between playback and recording. Zero-latency monitoring with effects is also available from included UC Surface control software for third-party DAW users. Also Included is the Studio Magic plug-in bundle.


Item Weight 5 pounds


Product Dimensions 7 x 12.5 x 1.8 inches


Shipping Weight 5.55 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Shipping Advisory This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.


ASIN B01AWABBLO


Item model number STUDIO 192 MOB


Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 42 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #73,165 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments) #531 in Computer Recording Audio Interfaces


Date first listed on Amazon March 31, 2016


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • 22x26 (8x14 at 192 kHz), USB 3.0 audio interface and studio command center. Frequency response (A-D): 10 Hz to 40 kHz, ±0.2 dB
  • Flawless analog signal path with up to 24-bit, 192 kHz operation and Burr-Brown converters with 118 dB dynamic range
  • 2 mic/instrument inputs with remote controllable XMAX mic preamps, 2 balanced line level inputs, and 18 channels of digital I/O
  • Low-latency Studio Live Fat Channel processing on every analog input plus the first eight ADAT input channels
  • Complete low-latency monitor mix, preamp control, and control room integration with Studio One, Studio One Remote, and UC Surface: Studio One 3 Artist DAW and UC Surface control software included via download.
  • Studio One Artist Included
  • Studio Magic plug-in bundle included

Description

Studio 192 Mobile is an ultra-low-latency USB 3.0 audio interface and studio command center. It offers 22 x 26 I/O and pristine audio quality up to 192 kHz with 2 digitally controlled XMAX Class A mic preamps and flexible connectivity options, including ADAT Optical I/O that lets you expand the system with a PreSonus DigiMax DP88 8-channel A/D/A converter/preamp. Tight integration with included Studio One DAW and the companion Studio One Remote app for iPad provides remote control over microphone preamp and zero-latency monitor mixing from your recording environment. Studio Ones exclusive hybrid Fat Channel plug-in runs on your computers processor and on the Studio 192 Mobile DSP, seamlessly switching between playback and recording. Zero-latency monitoring with effects is also available from included UC Surface control software for third-party DAW users. Also Included is the Studio Magic plug-in bundle.


Item Weight 5 pounds


Product Dimensions 7 x 12.5 x 1.8 inches


Shipping Weight 5.55 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Shipping Advisory This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.


ASIN B01AWABBLO


Item model number STUDIO 192 MOB


Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 42 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #73,165 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments) #531 in Computer Recording Audio Interfaces


Date first listed on Amazon March 31, 2016


abunda_amazon_reviews After struggling with misery inducing M-Audio drivers, I am so pleased to share my hard won dollars with a company that stays ahead of the curve. Don't get me wrong, I liked my M-Audio Quad - built like a tank with oodles of connectivity - but the driver are usually very late, and the last two attempts to update caused more problems than they cured. Though it's still listed as a current product, in reality M-Audio looks like it's selling down existing stock and not even working on updates. This Presonus unit is very well behaved - it's core audio compliant, meaning that all basic functions work without a driver. A driver is needed to reach the onboard plugins and to enable seamless transition of the controls of the onboard plugins from the unit to your computer or iPad. I already use Studio One Pro, but the very competent "Artist" version is supplied. As a former Logic user, I still have lots of files in that format, and I find this interfaces works seamlessly with both Logic (and by extension Garageband) and Finale. For composing and notation, as I'm insufficiently anal (in the Freudian sense) to continue using Finale any more, I switched to Notion a few years back, which works seamlessly with both Studio One and this unit. I've used all the connectors just to see how things work and the only thing on my wish list is gigbit ethernet connectivity. As a composer of classical and some electronica I'm very picky about the pre's I use. I want flat, neutral pre's and Presonus supplies pre's that meet my demands. Colour and texture are best added to a clean capture of a performance. The Studio 192 never leaves me feeling that I'll need to clean a performance, be it live or in my small studio/workroom. Some of my orchestral work require as many as 120 tracks of which only 1 to 3 will be recorded - the rest coming from East West orchestral components. Playback through the 192 is very clean. While I'm still learning about upsampling, I record mics at the highest bit rate possible, and the Studio 192 proves it's mettle - recording 2 tracks at 192 hz direct from mic to the Presonus without an e xternal mixing is very easy - as long as you're using good clean mics appropriate to the task, and have properly set levels, you'll have a remarkable recording. You can't make poor performances better, as all the warts and wobbles will be laid bare, but a capable musician will sound incredible - as if you're in the room (which you can be, thanks to UC surface or Studio One Remote which gives me touchpad control over the Studio 102 via an iPad - I use a 12.9 iPad Pro which makes handling "knobs and sliders" much easier. Every time I read the manual I pick up something new that improves playback, recording or my DAW controls. This unit is far and away the cleanest and easiest to use audio interface I've used- placing it at the head of an august lineup. I like these pre's for their solid, quiet and above all unflavoured sound as much as those of an RME Babyface, those used in the glorious Antelope MP8 and much more than those used by Universal Audio. Obviously this moderate dollar interface doesn't have either the capacity or the versatility of these high end boxes, but the sound from the 2 mic pre's, and those of the two 8 pre expansion boxes (DigiMax DP88) connected by adat (which I've heard in a studio, but do not yet own) is exactly what I look for: clean, uncoloured, relatively flat recordings from low bass to high. If you want a Rock n Roll flavour, or the tube sound that worked so well for 50's Jazz recordings, that can be added by in the box or in your DAW using the solid collection of plugins provided.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 1, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Perhaps Overkill for My Studio, but It Works and Works and Works...;;Spike;;/gp/customer-reviews/R27P05T20BBJO6/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01AWABBLO;;;Great audio interface! A nice addition to my studio. I really like the "Fat Channel" processing... I was able to eliminate several pieces of outboard gear. The build & sound quality is fantastic! Plus, it is so small that it can be used for mobile gigs as well. There may be a bit of a learning curve for the inexperienced recordist, however, if you know your way around a mixing console, then this will be a breeze. The only complaint... the listing said it was black, but the unit I received is silver (no biggie). Overall, I would highly recommend.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 14, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great I/O!;;Jeremy Ryan Creative;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1KDFH8QYYLD9P/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01AWABBLO;;;Love this thing so far! After years of working with digi products I made the switch and I haven't looked back since. Love the universal control application and the zero latency monitoring. The ability to dial in a monitor mix with comp, eq, verb, delay all from universal control is amazing. Not to mention that I can even monitor and track through plugins right in pro tools with the latency set at 32. Sound is clean and operation is simple. Love it!;;Reviewed in the United States on September 5, 2016;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Love this thing so far;;Adam Farrell;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1BYYYMXRDYGBO/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01AWABBLO;;;Great Interface, need a bit of updates since there are some functions like -20db pad that need to be added. UC surface works well but its not perfect, very user friendly though;;Reviewed in the United States on July 25, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great Interface, need a bit of updates since there ...;;Alberto Gabriel Leal Charles;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1MXKNV8B16GK3/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01AWABBLO;;;Got this up and running so quickly I thought I missed a step. Works great for bringing in all the instruments and mics to the DAW.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 12, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Works like a Charm!;;OZ4;;/gp/customer-reviews/R876E2AXW3AE7/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01AWABBLO;;;After exhaustive research I realized the Studio 192 was worth the extra investment when compared to all the popular entry level models from Behringer, Focusrite, etc.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 30, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;DSP Features and Dynamic Range and Headphone Output makes this unit a great value;;Joe D.;;/gp/customer-reviews/R20SK2KMZ4DLO8/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01AWABBLO;;;I had the opportunity to test a brand new USB 3.0 recording interface this week. With all the work I've been doing on the Neon Noir, I'm constantly having to to plug and unplug external instruments and even worse, record them each one at a time. I figured I would try utilizing a PreSonus Studio 192 26x32 , which is a couple of steps up in terms of inputs from the PreSonus Firebox I've had for years. Hook up and drive installation was easy enough, but when it came down to performance; it just couldn't cut it. My latency in my DAW increased and some of my beefier plug ins started buffering out pretty badly. I switched back to my Fire Wire interface and had no issues. While its been confirmed from a few outlets that USB 3.0 isn't all its cut out to be for recording interfaces, I figured it would still beat out Fire Wire. That's not the case. Logically, the next step would be to go to Thunderbolt, but that's not within the budget for the project. For now, I'll be adding a PreSonus Fire Pod to the mix for additional inputs and see how that goes, as its stays within the Fire Wire format.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 22, 2018;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;My fire wire interface performed much better.;;Michael J. Mertes;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1ZJGEFZJ2FPVK/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01AWABBLO;;;This is one of the best audio interfaces of it's time. I have no problems. I wish I had bought it sooner.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 7, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Very solid interface;;Antonio Nieves Torres;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1OVP1366AS3FY/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01AWABBLO

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Spike - Reviewed in the United States on July 1, 2018
Perhaps Overkill for My Studio, but It Works and Works and Works...
After struggling with misery inducing M-Audio drivers, I am so pleased to share my hard won dollars with a company that stays ahead of the curve. Don't get me wrong, I liked my M-Audio Quad - built like a tank with oodles of connectivity - but the driver are usually very late, and the last two attempts to update caused more problems than they cured. Though it's still listed as a current product, in reality M-Audio looks like it's selling down existing stock and not even working on updates. This Presonus unit is very well behaved - it's core audio compliant, meaning that all basic functions work without a driver. A driver is needed to reach the onboard plugins and to enable seamless transition of the controls of the onboard plugins from the unit to your computer or iPad. I already use Studio One Pro, but the very competent "Artist" version is supplied. As a former Logic user, I still have lots of files in that format, and I find this interfaces works seamlessly with both Logic (and by extension Garageband) and Finale. For composing and notation, as I'm insufficiently anal (in the Freudian sense) to continue using Finale any more, I switched to Notion a few years back, which works seamlessly with both Studio One and this unit. I've used all the connectors just to see how things work and the only thing on my wish list is gigbit ethernet connectivity. As a composer of classical and some electronica I'm very picky about the pre's I use. I want flat, neutral pre's and Presonus supplies pre's that meet my demands. Colour and texture are best added to a clean capture of a performance. The Studio 192 never leaves me feeling that I'll need to clean a performance, be it live or in my small studio/workroom. Some of my orchestral work require as many as 120 tracks of which only 1 to 3 will be recorded - the rest coming from East West orchestral components. Playback through the 192 is very clean. While I'm still learning about upsampling, I record mics at the highest bit rate possible, and the Studio 192 proves it's mettle - recording 2 tracks at 192 hz direct from mic to the Presonus without an e xternal mixing is very easy - as long as you're using good clean mics appropriate to the task, and have properly set levels, you'll have a remarkable recording. You can't make poor performances better, as all the warts and wobbles will be laid bare, but a capable musician will sound incredible - as if you're in the room (which you can be, thanks to UC surface or Studio One Remote which gives me touchpad control over the Studio 102 via an iPad - I use a 12.9 iPad Pro which makes handling "knobs and sliders" much easier. Every time I read the manual I pick up something new that improves playback, recording or my DAW controls. This unit is far and away the cleanest and easiest to use audio interface I've used- placing it at the head of an august lineup. I like these pre's for their solid, quiet and above all unflavoured sound as much as those of an RME Babyface, those used in the glorious Antelope MP8 and much more than those used by Universal Audio. Obviously this moderate dollar interface doesn't have either the capacity or the versatility of these high end boxes, but the sound from the 2 mic pre's, and those of the two 8 pre expansion boxes (DigiMax DP88) connected by adat (which I've heard in a studio, but do not yet own) is exactly what I look for: clean, uncoloured, relatively flat recordings from low bass to high. If you want a Rock n Roll flavour, or the tube sound that worked so well for 50's Jazz recordings, that can be added by in the box or in your DAW using the solid collection of plugins provided.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jeremy Ryan Creative - Reviewed in the United States on May 14, 2019
Great I/O!
Great audio interface! A nice addition to my studio. I really like the "Fat Channel" processing... I was able to eliminate several pieces of outboard gear. The build & sound quality is fantastic! Plus, it is so small that it can be used for mobile gigs as well. There may be a bit of a learning curve for the inexperienced recordist, however, if you know your way around a mixing console, then this will be a breeze. The only complaint... the listing said it was black, but the unit I received is silver (no biggie). Overall, I would highly recommend.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Adam Farrell - Reviewed in the United States on September 5, 2016
Love this thing so far
Love this thing so far! After years of working with digi products I made the switch and I haven't looked back since. Love the universal control application and the zero latency monitoring. The ability to dial in a monitor mix with comp, eq, verb, delay all from universal control is amazing. Not to mention that I can even monitor and track through plugins right in pro tools with the latency set at 32. Sound is clean and operation is simple. Love it!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Alberto Gabriel Leal Charles - Reviewed in the United States on July 25, 2017
Great Interface, need a bit of updates since there ...
Great Interface, need a bit of updates since there are some functions like -20db pad that need to be added. UC surface works well but its not perfect, very user friendly though

5.0 out of 5 stars
By OZ4 - Reviewed in the United States on September 12, 2018
Works like a Charm!
Got this up and running so quickly I thought I missed a step. Works great for bringing in all the instruments and mics to the DAW.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Joe D. - Reviewed in the United States on January 30, 2019
DSP Features and Dynamic Range and Headphone Output makes this unit a great value
After exhaustive research I realized the Studio 192 was worth the extra investment when compared to all the popular entry level models from Behringer, Focusrite, etc.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Michael J. Mertes - Reviewed in the United States on April 22, 2018
My fire wire interface performed much better.
I had the opportunity to test a brand new USB 3.0 recording interface this week. With all the work I've been doing on the Neon Noir, I'm constantly having to to plug and unplug external instruments and even worse, record them each one at a time. I figured I would try utilizing a PreSonus Studio 192 26x32 , which is a couple of steps up in terms of inputs from the PreSonus Firebox I've had for years. Hook up and drive installation was easy enough, but when it came down to performance; it just couldn't cut it. My latency in my DAW increased and some of my beefier plug ins started buffering out pretty badly. I switched back to my Fire Wire interface and had no issues. While its been confirmed from a few outlets that USB 3.0 isn't all its cut out to be for recording interfaces, I figured it would still beat out Fire Wire. That's not the case. Logically, the next step would be to go to Thunderbolt, but that's not within the budget for the project. For now, I'll be adding a PreSonus Fire Pod to the mix for additional inputs and see how that goes, as its stays within the Fire Wire format.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Antonio Nieves Torres - Reviewed in the United States on March 7, 2018
Very solid interface
This is one of the best audio interfaces of it's time. I have no problems. I wish I had bought it sooner.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Spike - Reviewed in the United States on July 1, 2018
Perhaps Overkill for My Studio, but It Works and Works and Works...
After struggling with misery inducing M-Audio drivers, I am so pleased to share my hard won dollars with a company that stays ahead of the curve. Don't get me wrong, I liked my M-Audio Quad - built like a tank with oodles of connectivity - but the driver are usually very late, and the last two attempts to update caused more problems than they cured. Though it's still listed as a current product, in reality M-Audio looks like it's selling down existing stock and not even working on updates. This Presonus unit is very well behaved - it's core audio compliant, meaning that all basic functions work without a driver. A driver is needed to reach the onboard plugins and to enable seamless transition of the controls of the onboard plugins from the unit to your computer or iPad. I already use Studio One Pro, but the very competent "Artist" version is supplied. As a former Logic user, I still have lots of files in that format, and I find this interfaces works seamlessly with both Logic (and by extension Garageband) and Finale. For composing and notation, as I'm insufficiently anal (in the Freudian sense) to continue using Finale any more, I switched to Notion a few years back, which works seamlessly with both Studio One and this unit. I've used all the connectors just to see how things work and the only thing on my wish list is gigbit ethernet connectivity. As a composer of classical and some electronica I'm very picky about the pre's I use. I want flat, neutral pre's and Presonus supplies pre's that meet my demands. Colour and texture are best added to a clean capture of a performance. The Studio 192 never leaves me feeling that I'll need to clean a performance, be it live or in my small studio/workroom. Some of my orchestral work require as many as 120 tracks of which only 1 to 3 will be recorded - the rest coming from East West orchestral components. Playback through the 192 is very clean. While I'm still learning about upsampling, I record mics at the highest bit rate possible, and the Studio 192 proves it's mettle - recording 2 tracks at 192 hz direct from mic to the Presonus without an e xternal mixing is very easy - as long as you're using good clean mics appropriate to the task, and have properly set levels, you'll have a remarkable recording. You can't make poor performances better, as all the warts and wobbles will be laid bare, but a capable musician will sound incredible - as if you're in the room (which you can be, thanks to UC surface or Studio One Remote which gives me touchpad control over the Studio 102 via an iPad - I use a 12.9 iPad Pro which makes handling "knobs and sliders" much easier. Every time I read the manual I pick up something new that improves playback, recording or my DAW controls. This unit is far and away the cleanest and easiest to use audio interface I've used- placing it at the head of an august lineup. I like these pre's for their solid, quiet and above all unflavoured sound as much as those of an RME Babyface, those used in the glorious Antelope MP8 and much more than those used by Universal Audio. Obviously this moderate dollar interface doesn't have either the capacity or the versatility of these high end boxes, but the sound from the 2 mic pre's, and those of the two 8 pre expansion boxes (DigiMax DP88) connected by adat (which I've heard in a studio, but do not yet own) is exactly what I look for: clean, uncoloured, relatively flat recordings from low bass to high. If you want a Rock n Roll flavour, or the tube sound that worked so well for 50's Jazz recordings, that can be added by in the box or in your DAW using the solid collection of plugins provided.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jeremy Ryan Creative - Reviewed in the United States on May 14, 2019
Great I/O!
Great audio interface! A nice addition to my studio. I really like the "Fat Channel" processing... I was able to eliminate several pieces of outboard gear. The build & sound quality is fantastic! Plus, it is so small that it can be used for mobile gigs as well. There may be a bit of a learning curve for the inexperienced recordist, however, if you know your way around a mixing console, then this will be a breeze. The only complaint... the listing said it was black, but the unit I received is silver (no biggie). Overall, I would highly recommend.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Adam Farrell - Reviewed in the United States on September 5, 2016
Love this thing so far
Love this thing so far! After years of working with digi products I made the switch and I haven't looked back since. Love the universal control application and the zero latency monitoring. The ability to dial in a monitor mix with comp, eq, verb, delay all from universal control is amazing. Not to mention that I can even monitor and track through plugins right in pro tools with the latency set at 32. Sound is clean and operation is simple. Love it!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Alberto Gabriel Leal Charles - Reviewed in the United States on July 25, 2017
Great Interface, need a bit of updates since there ...
Great Interface, need a bit of updates since there are some functions like -20db pad that need to be added. UC surface works well but its not perfect, very user friendly though

5.0 out of 5 stars
By OZ4 - Reviewed in the United States on September 12, 2018
Works like a Charm!
Got this up and running so quickly I thought I missed a step. Works great for bringing in all the instruments and mics to the DAW.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Joe D. - Reviewed in the United States on January 30, 2019
DSP Features and Dynamic Range and Headphone Output makes this unit a great value
After exhaustive research I realized the Studio 192 was worth the extra investment when compared to all the popular entry level models from Behringer, Focusrite, etc.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Michael J. Mertes - Reviewed in the United States on April 22, 2018
My fire wire interface performed much better.
I had the opportunity to test a brand new USB 3.0 recording interface this week. With all the work I've been doing on the Neon Noir, I'm constantly having to to plug and unplug external instruments and even worse, record them each one at a time. I figured I would try utilizing a PreSonus Studio 192 26x32 , which is a couple of steps up in terms of inputs from the PreSonus Firebox I've had for years. Hook up and drive installation was easy enough, but when it came down to performance; it just couldn't cut it. My latency in my DAW increased and some of my beefier plug ins started buffering out pretty badly. I switched back to my Fire Wire interface and had no issues. While its been confirmed from a few outlets that USB 3.0 isn't all its cut out to be for recording interfaces, I figured it would still beat out Fire Wire. That's not the case. Logically, the next step would be to go to Thunderbolt, but that's not within the budget for the project. For now, I'll be adding a PreSonus Fire Pod to the mix for additional inputs and see how that goes, as its stays within the Fire Wire format.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Antonio Nieves Torres - Reviewed in the United States on March 7, 2018
Very solid interface
This is one of the best audio interfaces of it's time. I have no problems. I wish I had bought it sooner.