The Studio 192 from PreSonus is a USB audio interface with flexible connectivity in addition to professional monitoring and mixing controls in a single rack-space unit. It can be used as a central hub in project or professional studios when paired with a Mac or Windows computer for applications such as recording, editing, mixing, signal processing, and more.
Total integration with Studio One for multitrack music production, zero-latency monitor mixing with effects, and studio command features
24-bit, 192 kHz USB 3.0 audio interface (backwards compatible with USB 2.0). Individual stereo main balanced outputs with mono, dim, mute, output metering and level control accessible from front-panel, UC Surface, and Studio One
Eight XMAX remote controllable mic preamps with individual 48V phantom power switching and 85 dB gain range. Two instrument inputs, available via dual-purpose front-panel combo jacks, six balanced line level inputs, 8 balanced TRS 1/4" outputs for monitor, stereo S/PDIF coaxial input and outputs, BNC wordclock input and out, and ADAT optical inputs/outputs
Studio One Artist license included, PreSonus' revolutionary digital audio workstation for Mac and Windows, with unlimited track count and 2 GB contentUC Surface for Windows and Mac PCs, Windows 8 touch computers and iPad
Operating System: OS X 10.8 or later hardware Minimum: Intel Core 2 processor, 4 GB RAM Recommended Hardware: Intel Core i3 processor or better, 8 GB or more RAM
Operating Systems: Windows 7x 64/x86 SP1 or Windows 8x64/x86 Hardware Minimum: Intel Core 2 processor, 4 GB RAM Recommended Hardware: Intel Core i3 processor or better, 8 GB or more RAM
Prerequisites for Host Computer
USB 2.0 port (USB 3.0 recommended) Internet connection Monitor resolution of 1280 x 800 px or higher 20 GB hard-disk space Internal or external 7200 RPM storage drive highly recommended
Note: The minimum system requirements may differ for DAWs other than Studio One. Please check the requirements for your DAW of choice with its manufacturer.The speed of your processor, amount of RAM and size and speed of your hard drive will greatly affect the overall performance of your recording system.