New Features for the Apogee Symphony I/O Mk II Series

18. April 2017| Apogee

Apogee is pleased to announce a range of new features for the world-renowned Symphony I/O Mk II Series:

Symphony Control Software
Symphony Control has been built from the ground up and replaces Apogee’s Maestro software for Symphony I/O Mk II users. Symphony Control delivers all the functionality of Maestro in a new, highly customizable user interface along with innovative new features like Talkback functionality, the simplified “Essentials” control window and an FX Send mixer feature, recently introduced as part of the Element Control software.

Standalone Mode
Standalone routing lets you setup and use Symphony I/O Mk II without a computer. From the front panel touch screen you can set up Symphony I/O Mk II to use Apogee’s flagship AD/DA conversion with your Windows DAW workstation, digital console or even your Hi-Fi System.

Multi-unit support for up to 64 channels of I/O
Symphony I/O Mk II Thunderbolt customers can now use 2 units simultaneously for up to 64 channels of I/O over a Thunderbolt connection to their Mac. Symphony I/O Mk II combined with Logic Pro on a Mac delivers the most advanced native workstation available with superior quality high-channel count recording at incredibly low latency.

Apogee Control Hardware Support
The latest software update provides compatibility between Symphony I/O Mk II audio interfaces and the Apogee Control hardware remote accessory. Apogee Control gives you instant access to input and output levels using the large Symphony-inspired Control knob and 3 control knob focus buttons, plus direct access to a wide range of software functions using the 8 user-configurable hardware buttons.

Further information regarding the Symphony I/O Mk II and the Apogee Control can be found on the respective product pages.