Next-Gen Conversion. Timeless Analog Sound.
Meet Apollo. The world’s most acclaimed professional recording interfaces for Mac and Windows — giving project and commercial studios superior A/D and D/A conversion with the tone, feel, and realtime workflow of classic analog recording.
Class-leading sound quality for superior recordings
The next generation Apollo interfaces feature all-new A/D and D/A conversion for extremely detailed and open sound — giving you the lowest noise and highest dynamic range in their class.
Mic preamp emulations powered by Unison™
Breakthrough Unison mic preamp modeling gives you the character and color of classic mic preamps, including legendary designs from Neve, API, Manley, and Universal Audio.
Realtime UAD Processing for authentic analog tones
Imagine having a classic analog studio, in your rack or on your desktop. Onboard UAD plug-in processing delivers a range of vintage sounds from Neve, API, Ampex, Lexicon, Manley, and more.
High-speed connectivity for Mac and Windows
Apollo offers the world's best implementation of Thunderbolt 2 — for stunningly low latency, plus the ability to cascade up to four units as your studio grows.
Access the World of UAD Powered Plug-Ins
Apollo lets you record through the full library of award-winning UAD Powered Plug-Ins — including vintage EQs, Compressors, Reverbs, Tape Machines and more — at near-zero latency, regardless of your audio software’s buffer size, and without taxing your host computer’s CPU. It’s like having an endless analog studio, in your rack or on your desktop.
Apollo Twin USB
Classic Apollo sound on your Windows USB system.
- •2 x 6 audio interface for Windows
- •World-class A/D and D/A conversion
- •2 Unison-enabled mic preamps
- •Onboard UAD-2 SOLO or DUO Core processing
The Apollo for FireWire-equipped Mac and Windows systems.
- •18 x 24 FireWire audio interface for Mac and Windows
- •Worldwide standard A/D and D/A conversion
- •4 Unison-enabled mic preamps
- •Onboard UAD-2 QUAD Core processing
Apollo Artist Sessions
Mick Guzauski & Big Data “New Body”