Universal Audio Volt 276 USB-C Audio Interface

JOD310.00

Brand: UNIVERSAL AUDIO
Model: VOLT 276

Category: Product ID: 3373

Description

Universal Audio Volt 276 USB-C Audio Interface

2-in/2-out USB-C Audio Interface with 2 Preamps, 24-bit/192kHz AD/DA, Built-in FET Compressor, MIDI I/O, and Software Bundle – Mac/PC/iOS
Universal Audio created Volt 276 for collaborators — from musicians and producers to livestreamers and content creators — who want to easily record audio with big studio tone. Plug right in to your Mac, PC, iPad, or iPhone and Volt just shows up, ready to capture your inspiration with legendary sound, courtesy of Universal Audio.

Capture Legendary Vocals with Vintage Mic Preamp Mode

Few sounds can compare to a vintage Universal Audio 610 tube preamp, as used to record everyone from Ray Charles to Van Halen. Volt 276 gives you the rich, full sound of this iconic UA preamp, thanks to its built-in tube emulation circuitry, a UA exclusive.

Control Volume Peaks with UA Compression

Get album-ready punch and presence with Volt 276’s onboard 76 Compressor — an innovative analog circuit inspired by UA’s renowned 1176 Limiting Amplifier. The 76 Compressor features three perfectly tailored presets to tame voice, guitars, synths, and drum machines. Just plug in, pick a setting, and play.

Stay Inspired with a Curated Suite of Audio Software

Some audio interfaces give you a smattering of random audio apps. Not Volt. Instead, we put together a bundle of serious music production tools, virtual instruments, and plug‑ins from the industry’s best.

Universal Audio Volt 276 USB-C Audio Interface Features:

  • 2-in/2-out USB-C audio interface with 2 microphone preamps/input channels
  • Top-flight analog circuitry and class-leading 24-bit/192kHz AD/DA conversion
  • Selectable Vintage Preamp Mode employs solid-state electronics for tube-like dynamic saturation and clipping
  • Convenient input metering makes setting levels a piece of cake
  • Built-in 1176-derived analog compressor with 3 expert presets
  • Stereo analog outputs and a headphones output make monitoring a snap