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Universal Audio isn't your ordinary recording gear company. Started in 1958 by the famous Bill Putnam Sr., the "Father of Modern Recording" and a favorite engineer of the likes of Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, and Ray Charles, Universal Audio has been pioneering, inventing and innovating ever since. Not only creating the first modern recording console, the first multi-band audio equalizer, and the first vocal booth, but Bill also helped invent stereophonic recording. So if you're looking for gear with deep roots in the industry, as well as a proven track-record for success, you want Universal Audio equipment.

From full recording packages to individual interfaces, the lineup here represents them both depending on your specific needs. If you're just starting out, you'll definitely want to check out the packages first in order to ensure you have everything you need. Options like the Audio Apollo Twin DUO 990/991 Recording Bundle and the Apollo Twin SOLO BX5 Recording Bundle mix and match compatible gear, saving you time, effort and money. With everything from microphones, stands, pop filters, interfaces, studio monitors, headphones, and all the necessary cables, you can more-or-less unbox and go.

On the other hand, if you're looking to enhance your current studio setup, the individual interfaces are the way to go. Whether you want the sound and feel of analog with the Apollo Duo Audio Interface, or you're more interested in decking out your desktop studio with the Apollo Twin DUO with Realtime UAD Processing, Universal Audio has you covered. The perfect tribute to everything Bill Putnam Sr. has been working towards, these interfaces are a breakthrough in modern interface technology.

Giving you all the tools you need to create your music the way you want, Universal Audio recording gear goes the extra mile in terms of design, power and features. No matter how you plan to record, this equipment is exactly what you've been searching for.