6 x 4 USB 2.0 audio interface with 4x D-PREs, 24-bit/192 kHz support and MIDI I/O
The perfect balance between connectivity and portability: the UR44 is a powerful audio/MIDI interface designed to suit a huge range of recording and production situations. Four mic preamps, six inputs, four output channels, MIDI I/O ports, onboard DSP power and full iPad connectivity offer an outstandingly flexible feature set.
24-bit/192 kHz USB 2.0 audio interface
Top of the range converters provide a maximum sampling rate of 192 kHz and a resolution of 24 bits, delivering pristine audio quality.
Four Class-A D-PRE mic preamps
Yamaha’s highly acclaimed D-PRE preamps deliver a truly transparent and beautifully detailed sound that is unrivaled in this product class.
Rugged full-metal casing
Built to the most exacting standards by Yamaha’s experienced engineers, the UR44’s full-metal chassis is rugged enough to withstand all the rigors of the road.
Compatible with major recording software
The UR44 is compatible with all major audio editing, mastering, and music production software supporting ASIO, Core Audio, or WDM standard.
MIDI input & output
For utmost flexibility, the UR44 is equipped with a MIDI I/O — connect your favorite synth, a drum trigger module or whatever MIDI device you prefer!
Cubase AI included
Based on the same core technologies as the popular Cubase DAW, Cubase AIoffers an intuitive feature set for composing, recording, editing and mixing.
UR44 offers connectivity with Apple’s iPad. When paired with Cubasis or other iOS audio apps, the UR44 offers a portable and effortlessly intuitive production experience.
Basic FX Suite
UR44 offers VST 3 versions of the onboard DSP plug-ins offering useful sound-shaping and FX tools: the Sweet Spot Morphing Channel Strip, the REV-X reverb and Guitar Amp Classics.
Latency-free monitoring with FX
UR44 offers zero-latency monitoring with FX thanks to the included dspMixFx software with even tighter integration for Cubase owners with auto-setup, custom views, and much more.
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