ESI's UGM96 USB Audio Adapter offers you an ultra-mobile, guitar-and-microphone-to-USB audio interface that allows you to connect 2 guitars (via the Hi-Z instrument inputs) or 1 guitar and 1 microphon... Read More
ESI's UGM96 USB Audio Adapter offers you an ultra-mobile, guitar-and-microphone-to-USB audio interface that allows you to connect 2 guitars (via the Hi-Z instrument inputs) or 1 guitar and 1 microphone simultaneously to your PC or Mac.
The backside offers a stereo output that you can use for monitoring with headphones. This makes the ESI UGM96 adapter the perfect companion for guitar recording applications on the road or in your studio. You can use the UGM96 audio adapter to jam with a guitar and microphone, process the signal with your PC or Mac notebook or desktop in realtime and listen to the mix directly via headphones. No special adapters or extra power supplies are needed. Simply plug the UGM96 adapter between your guitar, headphones, the microphone and your computer, and you're ready to lay down some tracks.
ESI bundles the UGM96 USB guitar and mic adapter with Cubase LE 4, the powerful multichannel recording software from Steinberg. ESI also includes the Virtual Guitar Amp plug-in from Gallo Engineering that can be used within Cubase LE 4 on both Mac and PC and even standalone (Windows only) via the UGM96 adapter's control panel software. On the Mac, Virtual Guitar Amp also works nicely in other applications such as Garage Band.
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Comments about ESI UGM96 Guitar and Mic USB Audio Adapter:
I needed something that would allow me to record directly into my computer both an instrument and a microphone. The UGM96 is able to do just that! It gets great sound, and with the adjustable input/output levels (on computer), it saves time messin' with volume later. Also, the bundled VST amplifier, I can get an enormously increased range of sounds! I use an Ibanez Gio and Jay Turser Electric Res through the UGM96, and there is no issue with tone, or anything. My mic is a Sampson M15. It's not the best mic, but with fiddling with the aforementioned input levels, everything is "work-withable." The convenient size is great for mobile use, as well as taking up barely any space in the studio! Five stars, fully recommended!
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