Audio Equipment Supplies West Hartford CT

There’s nothing more satisfying than finding the right music and audio equipment for your music recording jobs at a fair price. Quality equipment produces quality sound. It takes time to build talent and unless you have the best audio equipment and supplies it won’t sound perfect. Listed below you will have access to local audio equipment supply stores around West Hartford that have any and everything you are looking for to record music including assistive listening devices, audio cables, audio racks & cases, audio stands, headphones, amplifiers, speakers, audio mixers, microphones, wireless microphones, portable sound systems, signal processors, DJ equipment, PA packages, music recording software and more.

Music & Arts #73
(860) 231-9532
989 Farmington Ave
West Hartford, CT
Music & Arts
(860) 568-0692
42 Main Street
East Hartford, CT
Guitar Center Manchester
(860) 648-3900
120-B Hale Rd.
Manchester, CT
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Sat: 10-8
Sun: 12-6

Daddy'S Junky Music
(203) 757-9860
625 Wolcott St
Waterbury, CT
Rayburn Music Co
(860) 953-8846
19 Andover Dr
West Hartford, CT
Music & Arts
(860) 231-9562
989 Farmington Avenue
West Hartford, CT
Music & Arts
(860) 676-0048
Nod Brook Mall, 315 W. Main St
Avon, CT
Music & Arts
(860) 648-9178
The Center at Vernon Circle, 378 Kelly Road
Vernon, CT
J & L Music Llc Dba Joe'S Guitar
(203) 269-0820
1070 N Colony Rd
Wallingford, CT
Barnes & Noble Booksellers
(860) 236-9900
40 S Main St
Hartford, CT

MOTU Introduces Audio Express

0311 MOTU Audio Express

MOTU has announced the Audio Express, a 6x6 hybrid FireWire/USB 2.0 audio interface and mixer for personal studio recording and live performance mixing. The Audio Express features studio-grade sound, hands-on mixing, MIDI connectivity, and all the audio I/O needed for a well-equipped personal studio. Advanced features include front-panel control of four stereo mix busses, stand-alone mixing, digitally controlled analog trim, DDS (Direct Digital Synthesis) audio clocking for exceptionally low jitter performance, and an instrument tuner.

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"If you are looking for studio-grade sound quality combined with straightforward operation, the Audio Express is the perfect audio interface and mixer for your personal studio," said Jim Cooper, Director of Marketing at MOTU. "Just connect your mic, guitar, and keyboard, and you are ready to go, either in the studio or live on stage."

Studio-grade multichannel audio for Mac or PC

Thanks to MOTU's Hybrid interface technology, the Audio Express connects to any current Mac or PC via FireWire or high-speed USB 2.0 and provides six simultaneous inputs and outputs. Two XLR/TRS "combo" jacks with clean, neutral preamps provide input for guitars and microphones, with individual 48V phantom power for each input. Two additional quarter-inch (TRS) analog inputs let users connect a keyboard, drum machine, or other line-level instrument. Four quarter-inch (TRS) analog outputs can be connected to powered monitors, stage wedges, or other output destinations.

All quarter-inch analog connectors are balanced to ensure the best-possible protection against RF interference, AC hum, and other noise-producing environmental factors.

The rear panel includes S/PDIF digital I/O, MIDI I/O, and a foot switch input for hands-free punch-in recording (or other computer keyboard function, programmed from the included setup software).

Straightforward hands-on mixing for studio and stage

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