Audient Introduces EVO Audio Interfaces

Audient has introduced EVO 4, a 2in/2out audio interface targeted to podcasters, gamers and streaming users.

Audient said the EVO 4 launches a line of lower-cost interface products for the audio company. The EVO 8, a larger size unit, will be available soon.

With the rise in podcasting, streaming and gaming, alongside the continuing rapid expansion of home recording, the EVO concept is designed to address the affordable audio interface market with a new range that offers an intuitive user experience, with application-specific features and stunning aesthetics, the company said.

EVO features Smartgain, which automatically sets the gain levels when the user starts recording, though gain can still be set manually. The EVO range provides EVO mic preamps with 58dB gain range, converters with a 113dB dynamic range alongside a JFET D.I.

EVO 4 features two mic preamps, a JFET instrument input, headphone and speaker outputs, 4 ms latency, a monitor mix and loopback. It is USB 2.0 powered and USB-C compliant. The sample rate is 24 bit, 96kHz, it has DAW-controlled mic pros and full 48-volt phantom power, and comes with a package of free software and plugins.

The EVO 8 is larger, and will feature four mic preamps plus two headphone and speaker outputs.

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