New M-Track interfaces announced

M-Audio M-Track C-Series 2×2
M-Audio M-Track C-Series 2X2

M-Audio’s new M-Track C-Series 2X2 audio interface: “an unmatched all-in-one recording solution”

inMusic brand M-Audio releases C-Series 2X2 and 2X2M USB audio interfaces with 24-bit/192kHz resolution, Crystal low-noise pre-amps and A/D converters

InMusic’s music production technology brand, M-Audio has announced the immediate availability of the M-Track C-Series 2X2 and 2X2M audio interfaces. Boasting a pro-grade metal chassis with a machined-aluminium central volume knob, both devices feature M-Audio’s new Crystal low-noise pre-amps and A/D converters that deliver 24-bit/192kHz computer-based recordings.

The 2X2 is equipped with one balanced XLR and quarter-inch combo input and one quarter-inch instrument input, while the 2X2M is equipped with two combo inputs, two instrument inputs, as well as five-pin MIDI input and outputs for connecting external MIDI gear such as synths or sequencers. Connectivity with Mac or PC comes via a standard USB or USB-C port using one of the two included cables.

The M-Track 2X2 and 2X2M include a software suite: Steinberg’s Cubase LE, C-Series Virtual Instrument Suite from AIR Music Technology (including Strike, Xpand!2 and Mini-Grand) and 20 iconic AU/VST FX plugins from the AIR Creative FX Collection.

“Our goal at M-Audio was to set a new standard and create the most advanced 2-channel USB audio interfaces at this price point,” said M-Audio’s Walter Skorupski. “These interfaces were painstakingly engineered to be the heart of your studio and maximize your creative potential as a musician. Studio-grade 24- bit/192kHz capture, our ultra-transparent Crystal preamps and the included C-Series software suite delivers an unmatched all-in-one recording solution of unprecedented value for singer-songwriters and producers.”

Both M-Track audio interfaces are available immediately at £79.99 for the 2X2 and £99.99 for the 2X2M. For more information, or to find your nearest dealer, visit

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