Alesis has launched the Core 1, a new 24-bit inline usb audio interface designed for the modern musician. Whether you're recording via pc, mac, or even iOS devices using the Apple iPad camera connection kit (not included), the Core 1 is prepared to capture your ideas up to 24-bit, 48 kHz audio quality.
Housed in durable sand-blasted aluminum, and equipped with a space-conscious combo input XLR+1/4 inch input jack, the class-compliant Core 1 allows you to simply plug in and record great sounding audio.
Headphone and input gain knobs allow for easy level adjustment, and the included Cubase LE recording software gets you up and recording fast each and every time.
Pricing of the new Alesis Core 1 24-bit audio interface is set at $49.00.
About the company Established in 1980, Alesis is well-known for their electronic percussion products such as the USB Pro and DM5 Pro Kits, and Surge Cymbals, as well as highly innovative and adaptable computer audio interfaces and controllers.
The all-time best-selling drum machine, Alesis SR-16, hit the market in 1990, followed by the all-time best-selling rack-mount drum sound module DM5 in 1995. Alesis introduced the world's first drum trigger-to-midi interface with usb in 2007. The next year Alesis introduced the SR18, a 24-bit drum machine/three-part sequencer. PercPad, the most compact and affordable percussion multi-pad, saw the light of day in 2011.