I gotta say – I’m pretty pumped this week!
Last year I had the chance to check out the latest interface from Apogee. I’m a huge fan of Apogee interfaces. Specifically for the level of sound quality and innovation they deliver for recording and mixing.
It all started when I purchased and checked out the Element series. Which ended up being the best interface I had ever used with Logic Pro.
In fact, I was so enamored with the Element series I ended up also buying Apogee’s big-boy/girl interface, the Apogee Ensemble.
Then last year Apogee sent along their newest desktop interface, the Symphony Desktop. While tiny in form factor, the Symphony Desktop wowed me with its quality, innovation, and accessibility.
- Tactile touchscreen – which gives you instant access to every aspect of the interface
- Stellar Alloy preamp technology – which offers different models of high-end preamp sound
- Effortless DSP effects – which you can use for zero-latency printing and monitoring effects
I’ve been more than impressed. In fact, the Symphony Desktop has been my main interface for recording and mixing for the last year.
And this week Apogee released the latest 1.2 update for the interface. And man, it’s awesome. That’s because the full suite of Apogee DSP effects is now available to all Symphony Desktop users. At no extra cost!
To celebrate, I wanted to revisit my review with a 3-part deep-dive walkthrough to show you everything that makes the Symphony Desktop so special. Just check out the videos below:
I really can’t say enough good things about the Symphony Desktop. So if you’ve been even slightly curious about this amazing interface, check out the videos above!