The PreSonus Quantum 2626 is a lightning-fast audio interface with excellent quality, powered by high-speed Thunderbolt 3 technology and eight immaculate XMAX mic preamps. Modern 24-bit/192kHz converters and rock-solid clocking deliver 120dB of dynamic range and jitter-free performance. Do you require extra I/O? No worries. Use the twin ADAT inputs of the Quantum 2626 to increase connection to 26 ins and outs. The Quantum 2626 features PreSonus’ Studio One Artist DAW as well as a free Studio Magic Plug-in Suite to get you up and running quickly.
These Class A preamps are better and more flexible than ever before. Their high-voltage rails and rugged architecture allow them to offer clean and open tones at modest gain settings, and as you dial up the heat, they may deliver increasingly richer, more textured, and more colorful tones. The Quantum 2626’s inputs and outputs are DC-coupled, which allows it to capture a wider frequency range than capacitor-coupled I/O, especially at lower frequencies. You’ll adore the way they sound!
There are other ways to get even more out of your Quantum 2626 than simply the eight outstanding XMAX preamps. You may increase your I/O up to 26-in/26-out with two ADAT lightpipe ports onboard. Two line returns provide simple patching-in of hardware equipment and other effects, allowing you to include all of your favorite external components into your digital audio studio. There’s also MIDI I/O onboard, so you can connect an old-school controller, synth module, or any number of other accessories.
Studio One Artist is included in your purchase from Gigasonic, as well as everything you need to get started recording on your PC. You also receive the Studio Magic plug-in package to take your recordings to the next level. This large collection of prominent plug-ins includes emulations of old studio gear from famous manufacturers, bringing the total worth to hundreds of dollars. Increase the volume of your mix bus with the Brainworx bx opto compressor, add ambient reverb with the Lexicon MPX-i Reverb, and boost transients with SPL’s Attacker Plus, among other things. These plug-ins are also compatible with any DAW because they are available in AAX, VST, and AU formats.