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Antelope Audio Announces Three New Products At Musikmesse 2016


Antelope has just announced three new products at Musikmesse 2016 – a new master clock perfect for any live sound set up, a unique portable audio interface and the impressive Goliath – a new multi-channel audio interface with 36 analog ins and 32 analog outs and 16 mic pres. 

Check out the product videos:

Goliath 



At this years's Musikmesse, Antelope's most massive introduction is the impressive sounding and immensely versatile Goliath - a Thunderbolt, USB and MADI I/O audio interface with 36 analog ins and 32 analog outs, including 16 channels of class-A microphone preamplifiers. Goliath offers two MADI ports with a total of 128 MADI channels or 64 channels per port. The Goliath features custom built-in DSP effects and several modern and vintage hardware EQ and compressor models, bringing the ultimate in both features and usability to the most discriminating recording applications.

Zen Tour



Zen Tour, which debuts at Musikmesse, features an ultra portable form factor, Thunderbolt™ and USB connectivity, 8 analog inputs and outputs, high-end DSP effects, hardware-based guitar amp and cab simulations and more — making it the ultimate creative recording tool for musicians and bands. With Zen Tour, there are no more boundaries to achieving great recordings. With 8 inputs, including 4 switchable Mic/Line inputs and 4 HiZ/Line inputs, Zen Tour provides plenty of options for tracking several instruments simultaneously — as well as digital ADAT & S/PDIF I/O for increased connectivity options.


Live Clock



The Antelope Live Clock, unique in terms of size, quality and price, is a compact master clock based on Antelope's ground breaking 4th generation Acoustically Focused Clocking (AFC) technology and designed for use in any live sound applications. The new clock, the first of its kind in the industry, fits perfectly into a dog house on the FOH console, takes up just 1U space and with additional rack years,  is a breeze to set in the rig.

Shop Antelope Products now or contact an RSPE Sales Specialist to learn more.

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