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Apogee Integrates its Ensemble and Element Audio Interfaces with Logic Pro X to Eliminate Latency

Apogee’s Ensemble Thunderbolt and Element Series audio interfaces now offer direct monitoring support in Apple’s Logic Pro X that eliminates recording latency with the click of a button.

Apogee said pressing the new “Direct” button causes the monitoring signal to come directly from the hardware input, bypassing any I/O buffer or plug-in induced latency.

The new feature makes it possible to end input delays without having to constantly change audio monitoring preferences and interact with a separate low latency monitoring mixer.

The newly-implemented Direct button is found in Apple Logic’s Channel Strip Audio Device Controls, where Apogee hardware input parameters including mic pre gain, input type selection and others are currently found. This simplified user experience allows customers working with Apogee hardware and Logic Pro X to focus on a single session window when recording.

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