Motu Ultralite wins top honors as Best Audio Interface

The editors of Electronic Musician and Future Music magazines have given the UltraLite their award for Best Audio Interface of 2006. Read what they – and other respected industry publications – have to say about the Motu UltraLite.

Winner – Electronic Musician 2007 Editors’ Choice Award for Best Audio Interface

“MOTU’s UltraLite packs a lot of punch for its size, in terms of both features and audio quality.”

“The UltraLite’s audio quality is great, and its mic pres are more than adequate and provide lots of headroom and gain. Details like +4 dB operation and the ability to easily route mixed audio back to the computer make the UltraLite a pro-quality device in a budget-priced package.”

“With a computer and digital-audio-sequencing application, the UltraLite is really in its element. It’s a front end that’s useful and cool. You can even name your inputs. The combination of MOTU’s well-designed hardware and compatible software sets a high standard for compact FireWire setups. Details like +4 dB operation and the option to easily route mixed audio back to the computer make the UltraLite a pro-quality device in a budget-priced package.”
“The combination of MOTU’s well-designed hardware and compatible software sets a high standard for compact FireWire setups.”

“The system sounds great and is expandable. With AudioDesk and CueMix Console included, it offers almost every feature a computer-based recordist could need, and throws in SMPTE, talkback, and four stereo buses. With MOTU’s software, the system operates seamlessly, and the clear, well-written manual provides detailed instructions for use with other Core Audio software and with Windows software, including ASIO (Steinberg Cubase and Nuendo), WDM (Cakewalk Sonar), and GSIF (Tascam GigaStudio) applications. The UltraLite package is a great choice if you’re looking for a pro-quality compact FireWire recording system, and the included software makes it especially attractive.”

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