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MOTU Traveler FireWire Audio Interface
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The MOTU Traveler FireWire Audio Interface provides 8 channels of pristine 192kHz analog recording and playback, combined with all the digital I/O yo...Click To Read More About This Product
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Pristine digital recording in a small yet powerful package!
The MOTU Traveler FireWire Audio Interface provides 8 channels of pristine 192kHz analog recording and playback, combined with all the digital I/O you need: ADAT optical, AES/EBU, and S/PDIF (TOSLink and RCA). 4 mic/instrument preamps equipped with individual 48V phantom power switches and digital Precision Trim controls.
Built-in, latency-free, 8-bus digital mixer with enough connections for all your studio gear. The Traveler can also be used as a standalone mixer and includes a 16-channel MIDI interface. Connect additional 828, 828mkII, 896HD, or Traveler FireWire interfaces for additional I/O.
Cross-platform compatibility with Mac OS 10.2.3 or higher and Windows Me/2000/XP and all your favorite audio software. Includes AudioDesk workstation software for Mac with 24-bit recording/editing and 32-bit mixing/processing/mastering.
- 20 channels, including 4 mic inputs with individual 48V phantom power--all the I/O you need
- Record at sample rates up to 192kHz
- CueMix DSP provides latency-free monitoring
- Front-panel control to easily access your entire mix or any Traveler setting
- Standalone operation--program your mixes at the studio, then bring them to the gig
- Tweak your mix on-site with the backlit LCD and front-panel controls
- Multiple CueMix DSP mixes--create different monitor mixes for main outs and headphones
- Add send/return loops for outboard gear with no latency
- ADAT sync port for sample-accurate digital transfers
- Stereo 24-bit/96kHz S/PDIF I/O
- 8 channels of 24-bit ADAT optical I/O
- 8 channels at 44.1/48kHz
- 4 channels at 88.2/96kHz
- 8 - 24-bit/192kHz outputs on balanced/unbalanced 1/4" TRS jacks
- 4 - 24-bit/192kHz inputs on balanced/unbalanced 1/4" TRS jacks
- Headphone jack with independent volume control
- Includes AudioDesk full-featured workstation software for the Mac
- Includes drivers for Mac and PC, including ASIO, WDM, Wave, GSIF, Core Audio, and Core MIDI
- 4 analog 24-bit/192kHz inputs
- 8 analog 24-bit/192kHz outputs
- 4 mic/instrument preamps
- 8 channels of ADAT optical I/O
- 24-bit/96kHz AES/EBU digital I/O
- 2 standard 1394 FireWire ports
- 24-bit/96kHz S/PDIF I/O
- 8 - 24-bit/192kHz analog I/O on balanced/unbalanced connectors
Reviewed by 6 customers
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I've had my Traveler for over 3 years now, and I have found it to be very reliable. I purchased it for my home studio, and it's been used for countless projects without a hitch. The only issue I ever had was with it receiving inconsistent bus power when I got a new computer, but MOTU sent me a wall adapter for the unit (I think Travelers now come standard with one) and it's been trouble-free ever since. I could have used more explicit documentation in the manual for the included CueMix software, but the unit itself is very sturdy and it sounds great. It has a great balance of lots of inputs and outputs (so my whole studio can go through it) with multiple mic pres (so my whole band can record at once). I love my Traveler and I would certainly recommend it to anyone...as I've upgraded my whole studio, the Traveler has remained relevant and excellent.
I've owned my Traveler for over a year now. It's extremely flexible. I use it to mix all audio to and from my computer, as well as my home stereo, all at the same time (using 2 mix busses, very nice). The offline operation is great, no need to boot up a laptop to use. That said, the drivers have been great. Super good job on this MOTU people!
I've had mine for about a year now, and haven't been disappointed by it yet. It's got decent pre's for the price, and intensely high quality a to d conversion. I use it with Logic and they play very nicely together.
Holy shit. So I have been recording via M Audio's 1010LT and thats not so bad for the buck. Problems are protablilty, expansio, and features. I purchased a Traveler, bus powered, exponential expansion, and all the featured I could ask for. The mic pre's are great, without any channel strips or tube pres it sound great. Take this and a Joe Meek and you've got professional grade.
I have owned this product for almost year. I have had 0 problems with it. Motu tech support is outstanding (they answered any question I had about the Traveler). One of the travelers downfall is it only has 4 mic pre-amps however there are ways around it. I recently bought the Behringer ADA 8000 (ADAT) and extended my pre-amped imputs to 12. The traveler is very easy to use. I use it wil Logic Express and Audio Desk which came with it. One major downfall with Logic Express and any ADAT unit, Logic Express will only display the motus 1st 12 inputs.
I bought my Traveler 3 years ago, and it never fails! simply the best, the sound quality is excelent, the only thing that could give it a plus would be an internal compressor... (like the new mk3)