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Universal Audio Releases Volt 476P and Volt 4 USB Audio Interfaces

Universal Audio Releases Volt 476P and Volt 4 USB Audio Interfaces

4‑channel recording interfaces give music creators expanded I/O for collaborating, with onboard tone shaping and included plug‑ins for Mac, PC, iPad, and iPhone.

Universal Audio Inc. (UA), a worldwide leader in audio production tools including Apollo and Volt audio interfaces, UAD plug-ins, UA mics, and UAFX guitar pedals, is proud to introduce Volt 476P and Volt 4 USB audio interfaces, now shipping worldwide. Featuring 4-in/4-out audio connections with onboard tone shaping, each model brings 48v phantom power, Direct Monitoring for latency-free recording, a suite of audio software, and iPad/iPhone connectivity.

Built for creative collaborators and bands who want to easily record larger audio projects with quality studio sound, Volt 476P is UA’s first Volt model to feature four analog preamps, with 76 Compressor and Vintage Mic Preamp modes on every input channel. With expanded outputs for headphones, speakers, and outboard gear, Volt 476P sports added style with rugged metal construction and retro wood sides.

Volt 476P Key Features:

  • 4-in/4-out USB recording interface for collaborators, bands, and larger projects
  • Four analog preamps, class-leading 24-bit/192 kHz audio conversion
  • Add punch to vocals and instruments with analog compressor based on UA ’s 1176
  • Record voice or guitar using Vintage Mic Preamp mode, based on the legendary 610 tube preamp
  • Rugged metal construction with retro wood sides

With 4-in/4-out audio connections, including dual analog mic preamps with Vintage Mic Preamp mode, Volt 4 is UA’s portable, bus‑powered USB recording interface for creative collaborators who want to easily record audio projects with professional UA sound.

Volt 4 Key Features:

  • 4-in/4-out USB recording interface for collaborators, bands, and larger projects
  • Two analog preamps, class-leading 24-bit/192 kHz audio conversion
  • Record voice or guitar using Vintage Mic Preamp mode, based on the legendary 610 tube preamp
  • USB bus powered for recording on‑the‑go

Volt 476P USB Audio Interface — $469. Volt 4 USB Audio Interface — $239.

For more information, please visit uaudio.com.

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