Today we have something similar, but with the PRO postscript in the name. That is one step higher.. I invite you to find out together what features in addition to the three cherished letters in the name. Has this small device. Let’s examine it and have some fun. Friends, hello? You are on Let’s Record channel. Where I remind you, we are talking about Pro Audio., Go It’s time to try on Captain Evidence’s, shoulder straps and still say the most obvious thing. This is an external audio interface for working with guitars, with acoustic and electric guitars, but still more with electric ones. Well., And here is the most important difference, the most important difference between the PRO version and the non PRO version.. The Pro version is an external audio interface., While the version without the PRO prefix is more well as Ive described it in that video, rather something like a di box.. That is so that you can match the impedance of the instrument, output and the input of your iPad or other mobile devices., Because this is a mobile interface designed primarily to work with mobile devices, although it can also be connected to a computer without any problems.. If you are suddenly interested in a TC Helicon, Go Guitar review then follow the link in the annotation and watch the full review. Lets return to this interface.. So this is an external audio interface., Its quite logical. Here we will find a USB connector for connecting to various devices to a computer or tablet.

. This is a mini USB., And this is where the most interesting thing begins. The set of today’s device has several cables at once, a fairly large number., And these are the cables that manufacturers, as a rule, do not put in kits.. That is the expectation is that you buy everything yourself and work with it. Somehow. Liability is removed., But everything is included here. It’S great., Let’s see., So we are interested in these three cables. Well, two cables and one adapter, but still. So let’s start with this.. This is a Type A to mini USB. Mini USB to the interface Type. A to the computer.! Well, if we need a connection to the computer., Then we take this adapter, put it on this very cable and get just such a sausage. On the one side, the same mini USB for connecting to an audio interface on the other side. Micro. Usb for connecting to a tablet running on Android., Did you get it Two ways already.? Finally, the third cable is lightning on one side and mini USB on the other.. It will allow us to connect this audio interface to a tablet to an iPad and start working with an iPad without any difficulties.. Everything is in the kit., And this is just wonderful But let’s get back to the interface itself., As I said, even by its appearance. Its made for various guitar work., There is a strap holder for your guitar or your belt, which you use to hold your pants on.

And, of course, connectors. Lets talk a little about them.. There are two connectors with big jacks one for the input, the other for the output.. We will connect a guitar to the first one. We will take a signal from the other one well, for example, plug it to the amplifier.. There is a headphone output. There are two adjustments with which the whole thing is controlled.. The first is gain, that is the input gain and the second adjustment is responsible for the volume of the signal that will go to your headphones. At this point, let’s slow down for a while and listen to an acoustic guitar connected directly in line to this audio Interface., In addition to acoustics, it will be interesting for us to listen to the electric guitar of course., Although we will record all our tests on an iPad. I repeat that this thing can be connected to a computer. And, of course, when recording directly to a computer. When we especially hang up some VST processing, emulation of guitar, amplifiers and so on, the latency is very important to us so that we can record with maximum comfort without hearing a double signal guitar in ears.. So this very parameter this very latency that the interface produces. I personally measured on my computer. And now you can see what in fact, this interface gives out.. The measurements were made using a special program. If we have already dealt with the computer. Let’S talk a little about the iPad about working with soft, because TC Helicon has made several applications for this device.

And, of course, about the ability to record.. So here we have a ThruFX switch.. This thing will allow us to send a dry signal of the guitar, for example, for recording or for recording on a tablet and then on an output, for example, to an amplifier.. That is, you can immediately play a concert or a rehearsal and record a clean signal to your tablet. At the same time, this is quite convenient.. Recording a clean signal is great yes, but we have an application. We have a special function that emulates such a pedalboard.. There are not only effects there are also amplifiers and so on., But we are interested in the effects because using such application we can use this device as an effects processor. As a really effects processor, The processed signal will go thru the output to the amplifier.. Do you understand? Look we connect the guitar here. We connect this device via USB to the tablet. With a special attachment. We set the sequence of effects that we need overdrive, modulation, reverb and the like. Already processed a little wet. I will call it that the signal goes through the output to the amplifier. To the amplifier., And we can already work with a signal processed a bit in the amp., And this is really very interesting.. You will see this in the electric guitar test, next. Let’s set and listen to the sound and figure out what this couple is capable of an application and such an audio interface.

. Well, such an interesting guitar box was in our review today.. It is quite miniature that is, it is well probably like two matchboxes in size, not more.. That is, you can take such a thing with you to rehearsals to concerts again, if you need some kind of processing from the tablet. If you want to have the same sound in principle everywhere then welcome You can play at home.. You can send dry sound to the amplifier. You can send the processed sound through processing of iPad for example.. Well, you can record clean sound to your DAW.. It will be probably GarageBand or Cubasis. If were talking about mobile devises., It may be every DAW you want. If were talking about computer., It has converters 24 bits per 48 kilohertz. In general. The thing is quite interesting and again, I repeat the difference between the PRO and the regular version. In the PRO version, we have a full fledged audio interface for one input channel. The regular version is mostly a di box, which is the thing that balances the impedance of your guitar’s output and the input of your device. You will be connecting to.. It just makes everything work as it should makes the instrument input from non instrument. By the way. It will be very interesting for me to know your opinion.. What do you think about this device? Did you like it? Why? What would you like to change or add to it? Let me remind you that this was Let’s Record channel here we are talking about Pro Audio.

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