Four of the top names in recording have created two new recording packs that offer musicians, engineers and producers a one-box recording solution.
The Cubase Recording Pack comes with Cubase 7 and the UR22 audio interface from Steinberg, along with an MXL1022 condenser microphone, MXL-57 shock mount and a Mogami 10’ XLR-XLR cable. The Cubase Recording Pack also includes a pair of Yamaha RH5MA headphones – the final component in this quality instant recording studio solution.
The second bundle, the hardware-oriented UR22 Recording Pack, also has the UR22, an MXL1022 condenser microphone, an MXL-57 shock mount and a Mogami 10’ XLR-XLR cable. The UR22 Recording Pack is aimed at first time audio interface users who seek a high quality solution featuring trustworthy brands.
One of the most popular Digital Audio Workstations, Cubase 7 features the new MixConsole, enhanced workflow options and a new Channel Strip that offers epic pro-console sound. The rock-solid UR22 USB 2.0 audio interface includes two D-PRE preamps and 192 kHz support, providing professional-grade sound in a portable package.
The MXL1022 large diaphragm condenser microphone features an FET preamp with balanced output and wide frequency response to pick up a broad range of sound, from vocals to a wide variety of instruments. The microphone is internally wired with world-class Mogami cable for precise recordings and, when placed into the MXL-57 shock mount, ensures professional performance.
The 10’ XLR-XLR Cable from Mogami is made from Mogami’s 2552 microphone cable with signature Mogami 100 percent spiral coverage for extremely low noise. The cable is finished off with high quality gold-contact XLR connectors.
Yamaha RH5MA headphones feature a semi-closed design, they come with 1/4” and 1/8” inch jacks along with an eight-foot long cable. Frequency response is 20 Hz to 20 kHz and the impedance is 32 ohms.
Pricing and Availability
The Cubase Recording Pack (MSRP: $1,119.99) and the UR22 Recording Pack (MSRP: $439.99) will be available in October exclusively in the United States.