RME Fireface UCX II Review
RME Fireface UCX II Crack launched by RME, the successor of its popular and long-lasting Fireface UCX professional audio recording interface. Featuring 40 I/O channels, the new Fireface UCX II portable updates the former solution in a compact half-rack size. All inputs or outputs of the Fireface UCX II can be recorded directly to a USB storage device. Celebrating the company’s 25th anniversary, the new UCX II is also introduced as representing 25 years of RME innovation in a cutting-edge interface for flexible use in studios and live performances.
The more flexible products and designs, the easier they can be adapted to new requirements. For RME Audio founder Matthias Carstens this lies at the heart of the company’s success: “The Fireface UCX II makes us proud and enthusiastic as it represents a natural evolution of our product range.“
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“The Fireface UCX II is a highly integrated pro audio solution in an ultra-compact format for studio and live recordings. It continues RME’s long tradition of designing compact advanced interfaces, packing into a half-rack size unit what usually would be spread out over two or three 19 inch panels. Boasting up to 20 recording and 20 playback channels, Steady Clock FS, high-performance microphone inputs, built-in parametric EQ, USB direct recording plus full stand-alone functionality, the brand-new Fireface UCX II truly represents the essence of freedom, flexibility, and passion. At present, no existing audio interface offers more connectivity and functionality in a half-rack package,” he adds.
The Fireface UCX II houses two mic/line preamps in XLR combo configuration on the front panel, along with two digitally controlled line/instrument inputs, followed by a headphone jack, various control buttons, a display, and the main volume knob. At the rear users will find a set of ten analog balanced line inputs and outputs, MIDI I/O, ADAT I/O, AES/EBU and SPDIF I/O, USB 2.0 as well as a switchable word clock I/O.
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Control all device states directly from the front panel for convenient, direct access to all features. Four keys and the encoder, the high-resolution and clear color display, and a well thought-out menu structure enable the user to quickly change and configure the device’s settings. Additionally internal memory allows for the permanent storage of six different states of the unit. Therefore the rme fireface ufx is able to operate fully stand-alone, without any connected computer. In stand-alone operation it can transform into totally different devices by the simple click of a button. Furthermore Total Mix FX can also be controlled via MIDI.
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Fireface UCX II Key Features
40-Channels ready for your Mobile Recording Rig
DURec is an integrated digital recorder for all inputs and outputs directly to RME Audio USB Interface memory devices via the rear USB port. It allows to record on USB thumb drives or hard drives with up to 2 TB capacity. The recording functionality is provided by the internal DSP, and is therefore independent from a connected Windows or Mac computer.
The Direct USB Recording converts the Fireface UCX II into a stand-alone field recorder and a powerful multichannel live player for previous recordings, e. g. for virtual sound checks. Live concerts, band rehearsals or spontaneous jam sessions can be directly recorded and played back from the medium – even completely stand-alone without computer or software. All input and output channels can be individually chosen for recording and playback.
DC-Coupled Outputs – CV/Gate Voltage Control
Most audio interfaces are traditionally designed with what is called ‘AC-coupled outputs’, where capacitors are used to filter out any extreme low frequencies.
Whilst these frequencies are generally considered undesirable for audio – eating into headroom and potentially causing damage to other equipment – one instance where DC-coupling remains desirable is the world of modular synthesizers, where static or slow-moving signals are used for control over various parameters such as pitch note values or LFOs.
All of the Fireface UCX II’s line-level outputs are fully DC-coupled, allowing for the sending of control voltages (CV) or Gate information to modular synthesizers (such as the popular Eurorack and Moog/MOTM/Synthesizers.com formats) and other studio hardware.
Class Compliant Audio
The Fireface UCX II operates in two different modes: driver-based Fireface UCX II USB 2 and Class Compliant. The Class Compliant mode is a standard that is natively supported by operating systems like Windows, Mac OSX and Linux distributions. No proprietary drivers are required, the device will be directly recognized when the CC firmware is loaded. The natively available features will be limited in comparison to those provided by the RME driver for the UCX II.
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