Behringer U-PHORIA UMC1820 Audio Interface
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | November 30, 2017
If you’re a studio owner or someone trying to record music in your lounge, you need an Audio Interface. It is, after all, one of the most important pieces of gear in recording. So, if you’re looking for a new Audio Interface, you check out the Behringer U-PHORIA UMC1820.
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The Behringer U-PHORIA UMC1820 is an excellent option if you want multiple inputs and great recording quality. Remeber, it doesn’t matter how good your song is, if it doesn’t sound good on a recording, no one will want to listen to it. So to ensure that your recording is something people want to listen to, you need top quality gear.
Lag, or latency, is the delay between playing a note and the computer reproducing it. In simple terms, if you play a note and don’t instantly hear it back, you have lag. Lag can throw off your timing, your rhythm, and make it near impossible to record properly. The U-PHORIA has Zero Lag monitoring, meaning that you will instantly hear what you play. Additionally, the U-PHORIA UMC1820 features dual headphone outputs. These have with separate level controls and monitor A/B source select for DJ-style cueing.
Midas Preamps and Multiple Channels
The Midas preamps on the U-PHORIA are top studio-quality preamps. This will ensure that what you record sounds the way it should. The interface will in no way colour the tone of what you are recording.
The addition of phantom power means that you can use any mic without worrying about whether or not it is compatible.
The U-PHORIA has 18 inputs and 10 outputs (I/O). This means that unless you are recording choirs or orchestras, you are unlikely to run out of channel space. This means that you can, if you need to, do a live recording of an entire band.
- Midas-designed mic preamps deliver high-quality audio reproduction
- 24-bit/96kHz resolution for professional audio quality
- Ample I/O provides extensive connectivity
- Simultaneous use of all signals allows for plenty of expansion
- Direct monitoring for zero-latency cue mixes
- High-quality components and rugged construction ensure long life
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